Hi, my name is Martin Bengtsson, an IT professional working with Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Configuration Manager, Intune, Office 365, Azure and the Windows family of Operating Systems.
This blog serves as a notebook and a place to share my thoughts, ideas and ramblings on all things techie with anyone who’s interested.
I blog about real world scenarios and oftentimes based on my own production environment. I’m not revealing confidential information, but this is for the benefit of the audience. I believe this will make my posts a lot more appealing and inspiring.
I have been working with the family of Microsoft products the past 17 years. Some of my focus areas are:
- Microsoft Endpoint Manager
- Configuration Manager Current Branch
- Microsoft Intune
- Microsoft Azure
- Microsoft 365
- Active Directory
- Group Policy Management
- Microsoft Windows Operating Systems
- Microsoft Windows Server Operating Systems
- Office 365 administration
- PowerShell automation
E-mail: mab at imab.dk
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I have a post for Code 8024402C Windows Update ran into a problem: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/2780d1e0-76fa-48ba-a3de-7688028b12be/code-8024402c-windows-update-ran-into-a-problem?forum=ConfigMgrDeployment
Could you please review it and give me your help if you have time?
Much thank in advance!
Thank you for the toast script! I was wondering if it is possible to change the action button to point at an url link? Namely ADSELFSERVICE. Its is a service user can change their passwords, and if I can link the url to the action button it would be optimal. Either I love the script. thank you again!
Where I can find the file Windows 10 Toast Notification Script Custom Action Protocols.msi
That installation is no longer needed if you use my latest version of the script on GitHub 🙂
Any chance you can add Progress bar in toast for software center application installs? Our users have no way of knowing when the application install is done when clicking install from toast notification.
I will have a look at it. The toast notification as it’s designed today, do open software center in the installation tab, so progress can be seen there, but I understand how this is a nifty addition 🙂
That’s weird mine did not open the software center
All of my action scripts has builtin functionality to open Software Center while triggering the action. What version of the script are you using?
Go get the latest version. This has a lot of improvements, among which is that software center is opening on the installation page to see the progress.
Is there a way to run the toast notification script in debug mode? I want to test some changes without deploying it.
Hej Martin and thanks for an awesome blog!
I just wanted to know if you have tested Windows Hello For business Cloud Trust and if you know how to make it work with RDP/RDGW?