HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release

UPDATE – We, HTMD Community, have stopped the support of Android and iOS apps for the HTMD Forum. These apps will be retired soon.

This is really exciting news that we are announcing HTMD Forum App – iOS and Android Applications! We have announced this news during the Namaste🙏Techies Episode 3️⃣. As you know HTMD community has many WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal groups, this HTMD application is to empower the Device Management Community to help each other. Help each other is very significant here.

The Key value of the HTMD forum is to help your fellow device management admin with your experience and get some help from their experience. For us, it’s like Peer-to-Peer content sharing in the device management world. We have to spend a lot of time and effort publishing these applications for the device management community. Hopefully, this would be helpful to enrich the forum experience.

Features of HTMD Forum App

  • Native Mobile application
  • Create an Account (You don’t have to create a new account if you already have an HTMD Forum account)
  • One Time Login (No Need to log in every time)
  • No Advertisements
  • Access the HTMD Forum on the fly from your Android or iOS mobile
  • Post new questions
  • Answer Questions
  • Search the Forum for Solutions
  • Share the forum learnings with the community and spread the knowledge

iOS App

You can download and install the HTMD forum app from the apple store. It’s available for both iPad and iPhone.

You can just search the apple store with the HTMD Forum” keyword.

📢📢 HTMD Forum iOS Application is now available‎HTMD Forums on the App Store (apple.com)

HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release
HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release

Android App

You can download and install the HTMD forum app from Google Play Store. It’s available for all Android platforms.

📢📢 HTMD Forum Android Application is now available – HTMD Forum – Apps on Google Play

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HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release

Feedback

Feedback is very important for us! This is the early version of the HTMD Forum App. It will improve with your feedback! We have created a thread to provide the feedback about HTMD Forum!

📢📢 HTMD FORUM App Feedback Thread – HTMD Forum App Feedback – How To Manage Devices Community Forum

HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release
HTMD Forum App | iOS & Android Applications | Introduction | Release

📢📢 HTMD Forum – https://forum.howtomanagedevices.com/​

Video Guide for HTMD Forum App

iOS HTMD Forum App Video:

Android HTMD Forum App Walkthrough 📢📢 HTMD Forum #Android Application Overview #HTMDForum #DeviceManagement #Forum – YouTube

📢📢 HTMD Website and Blog – https://howtomanagedevices.com/

Resources

How to Configure Collection Size Limits for Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM

Hopefully, this post will give you more details to Configure collection size limits for Task Sequence Deployment Settings in Configuration Manager (a.k.a SCCM). This post will help you to configure and manage task sequence deployment settings with Configuration Manager. By configuring collection size limits in deployment verification site settings, will help admins to manage high-risk task sequence deployments and also reduce the accidental deployments that cause unwanted results. These settings warn administrators if they create a high-risk task sequence deployment.

A high risk deployment is a task sequence with Required deployment settings that deploys an Operating System. More details Deploy Windows 10 20H2 Using SCCM Task Sequence | ConfigMgr | MEMCM

Here lets check the available deployment verification settings –

Available Deployment Verification Settings

You can review and configure size limits in these following deployment verification settings from Primary Site server properties.

  • Collection size limits: When you target a deployment using configuration manager, configure collection size limits that hide collections if it include more clients than your specified limit.
  • Default size: When you create a deployment, this setting hides collections by default that include more clients than this limit. You can still see these collections when creating the deployment, but they’re hidden by default. The default value is 100. Select 0 to disable a configuration.
  • Maximum size: When you create a deployment, this setting always hides collections with more clients than this limit. The default value is 0, which ignores this setting. The Maximum size value must be greater than the Default size value.
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM

High-risk deployments are always limited to custom collections, collections that you create, and the built-in All Unknown Computers collection.

Configure Deployment Verification

Let’s start the process to configure deployment verification site settings –

  • In the Configuration Manager console, Navigate to the Administration\Site Configuration, select Sites, and then select the primary site to configure.
Configure Task Sequence Deployment Settings in Configuration Manager | SCCM
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM
  • In the primary site, Right click and select Properties
Configure Task Sequence Deployment Settings in Configuration Manager | SCCM
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM
  • In Primary Server Properties, move to the Deployment Verification tab. Configure the settings you want to use, and then select OK to save the configuration and close the properties.
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM

Results

Lets see the experience, if you set Default size to 100 and the Maximum size to 1000. When you target a deployment, the Select Collection window only displays collections that include fewer than 100 clients. If you clear the setting to Hide collections with a member count greater than the site’s minimum size configuration (100), the window displays collections that include fewer than 1000 clients as shown below.

How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM
How to Configure Collection Size Limits in Task Sequence Deployment Settings | Configuration Manager | SCCM

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