Blogger for SCConfigMgr.com

Recently I got the opportunity to join the team of awesome bloggers at SCConfigMgr.com.

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I’m  really honored as the team is really great, in fact they are highly respected in the community 🙂 and it’s a real pleasure for me to join the team. I’ve written my first blog post there about WinPE and wireless support, check it out:

Build a WinPE with wireless support
http://www.scconfigmgr.com/2018/03/06/build-a-winpe-with-wireless-support

Blog post summary:
The post describes the usage of WinRE as a replacement for the normal WinPE with some additional enhancements to get full wireless support. To provide user driven connection handling I built a .NET program (can be found on my GitHub site) to support the wireless setup process.

For the time being I do not plan to retire my newly started blog here at oliverkieselbach.com. I will need to figure out how to handle this new situation with two blogs but I’m sure I will find a good way to do that.

I can truly encourage everyone to check out SCConfigMgr.com as we have great articles around everything in the Enterprise Mobility and Security space.

Feel free to leave a comment and stay tuned for my next blog articles, thanks!

2 thoughts on “Blogger for SCConfigMgr.com”

  1. Congrats and well deserved!
    Please dont stop this blog and pure Intune articles 🙂
    Btw first great blog @ scconfigmgr

    1. Thanks RKast! I will not stop producing content but you might see some content on SCConfigMGr. I’m really not sure how I will do this exactly. But either way I will still focus on modern management and Intune and you will see more articles in this area.

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