Source Control is so EASY Skip to instructions Are you or your team a bit old school? PowerShell‘s kind of just crept up on you out of nowhere and suddently everyone‘s using it and some stuff isn‘t even in the GUI and some stuff doesn‘t even have a GUI and you don‘t know where to start and what if you break everything and what in the hell is a Git. Back in the day a Git was what you called someone whose policies on appropriate behaviour you didn‘t agree with and you certainly didn‘t want it in your team.
Group Policy Loopback. It‘s a saucy wench. For those not in the know, GPO loopback makes it so User policies apply to Computer objects. It‘s predominantly used for kiosk / shared PCs where you don‘t want anything to change, regardless of which User sits at it. There‘s two modes, Merge and Replace. The following clarity is brought to you based on the idea you know a bit about GPO and how to apply it.
Okay that was click bait. Vlookup is merely bad. Ohhh the controversy. Intermediate Excel Lesson time. I’ve tried putting plenty of pictures to explain but tbh it’s so much easier just to download the sheet and play along. So click here and do that. I’ve used Vlookup for years , in a million spreadsheets. A million? Literally a million ? Yes. You are ridiculous and I refuse to engage with you further.
System Center Config Manager Task Sequences (SCCM). Version: 1610 Mostly used for deploying Operating Systems through SCCM, these cheeky guys bring some fresh hell to your learning burden. I had a sequence much like the below (apologies this is not my actual screen shot as I don’t get the error anymore,I took this off Microsoft.com somewhere). The objects referenced in the task sequence cannot be found. Verify that the objects exists and that the task sequence references the correct object name and location.