Microsoft apparently made some changes to how cumulative updates are packaged for Windows 10 beginning in version 1809. My co-worker discovered them via a whitepaper. I dissect this snoozer and ask some further questions.
It's time to learn about binary/bitwise operators and the ways that binary operators are used to define a group of settings by just a number. While I'd love to take credit for "-bAnd Practice" I will humbly admit that my co-worker is much more creative than I am.
A script to intelligently manage the lifecycle of Peer Cache sources based on a number of variables. This way you can track how many Peer Cache sources you have in each "location" to ensure proper coverage especially if you don't want to enable all devices (or filtered devices) as Peer Cache sources.
Here are some tips and tricks regarding Peer Cache in ConfigMgr. You may already know some of these things, but they will be rather foundational to my next post for automating the lifecycle of Peer Cache sources.
The new ADK for 1809 has a bug in the WinPE addon which makes WPF (Windows Presentation Framework) based GUIs cease to function. This blog post covers a quick work around until Microsoft releases an official fix.