How to detect Office bitness with MEMCM global condition

Jonathan LefebvreSCCM6 Comments

I recently came across an issue where a MEMCM) Global condition was detecting the Office bitness (architecture), but only to one specific version(example below). This lead to a requirement issue where the computer was running another version of Office that wasn’t covered by the global condition. With that said, we still needed a requirement only for the architecture of Office, while the version was not that important for now. I’ve uploaded a new script to Technet Gallery that returns the Office Bitness no matter what version is installed (from Office XP to the latest). In this post, I’ll describe how to use the script with a MEMCM global condition as a requirement for an application. MEMCM Global Condition Office Bitness Requirement Download the Office Bitness detection script from Github The script The script is looking at the Bitness registry key of Outlook. The script will return the value of Bitness. … Read More

Understanding Devices Ownership and Wipe option in SCCM 2012

Benoit LecoursSCCMLeave a Comment

Download and own all parts of the blog series in a single PDF file. Use our products page or use the download button below. This blog post won’t be updated, only the document will be. [purchase_link id=”3885″ style=”button” color=”gray” text=”Add to Cart | Mobile Device Management guide” price=”yes”]   In Part 1 of this series, we prepared the Intune environment for mobile device management. We also make sure we got the Intune subscription account. In Part 2, we configured Active Directory and create users in Intune. In Part 3, we prepared our Configuration Manager server in order to link it to Intune using the SCCM connector. In Part 4, we enrolled an Apple iOS devices in SCCM. In Part 5, we enrolled an Android device in SCCM. In Part 6, we enrolled an Windows Phone device in SCCM. In Part 7, we created a compliance setting on a mobile device. In Part 8, we will cover some SCCM 2012 … Read More