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Tuesday, May 16 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Collection Evaluation Revisited (Option 2) FULL

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Session Description:
All management activities in ConfigMgr target collections and thus collections are arguably the most important object to know about and get right. The split up of device and user collections in ConfigMgr 2012 was just a side-effect of much deeper changes under-the hood. In this session our goal is to dive under that hood and see what truly happens when you modify or update collections including incremental collections, collection query rules, collection evaluation, and limiting collections to name just a few.

What you will learn:
  • Don't use a CAS
  • Collection evaluation in depth
  • Incremental collection evaluation limits
  • Proper limiting collection usage
  • How to kill your DB - or better yet, how not to kill your DB with collection evaluation
  • How to monitor collection evaluation and what to do when it goes wrong

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avatar for Kim Oppalfens

Kim Oppalfens

Senior Consultant, Microsoft MVP, OSCC
Kim Oppalfens was awarded as an MVP 1st of April 2005, which makes him one of a couple of ConfigMgr April fool's MVP's. Kim is a self-proclaimed quiet, shy guy and overall nice guy, although part of that statement is currently under stress because of the evil influence of certain... Read More →
avatar for Jason Sandys

Jason Sandys

Microsoft MVP, CTGlobal
Jason is an Enterprise Mobility MVP, has 20+ years of experience in a wide range of technologies, environments, and industries and extensive knowledge in implementing and supporting all things SMS and Configuration Manager beginning with SMS 2.0. He is a co-author for System Center... Read More →



Tuesday May 16, 2017 8:00am - 9:45am
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