Before we start anything with Configuration Manager, WSUS or SCUP however, we do have the small matter of prerequisites to cover off and in this case it requires a certificate. The certificate we are interested in is a Code Signing certificate which unless you are familiar with signing PowerShell scripts that you author, you may not have come across previously and your internal CA may not be setup to issue. You can buy these certificates for Code Signing from an external third-party CA if you wish but it is easiest and best done internally as after all, the code you are going to be signing is for updates to your internal clients.
As part of a project of work I’m looking into currently, we are planning a move from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010. As those of you who’ve done this before will know, you need to setup the environment with two namespaces for a period of the migration which Microsoft refer to as the Exchange 2010 […]
Last week, when converting our existing ICT internal dogfood trial of App-V to a highly available production capable App-V solution, we came to a decision to utilize the RTSPS (Real Time Streaming Protocol Secure) protocol for streaming our applications. Using some my own and another colleagues laptops for testing the RTSPS protocol, we ran into […]