Learn how to use Compliance Settings in Configuration Manager

Have you ever wished that you could use the Compliance Settings feature in Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, but weren’t quite sure how it works? Well today’s your lucky day, because I recently developed a couple of example videos that will help you to get started! One of the videos covers how to use PowerShell in conjunction with Compliance Settings, to ensure that a particular process is always running on a given computer. The other video shows how to use a simple registry rule to build a dynamic ConfigMgr Collection of systems that are compliant with a particular registry value.

Start using Compliance Settings today to take control of your IT environment! Here are the links to the videos, which are also embedded below.

PowerShell-based Compliance Setting
Registry-based Compliance Setting