Importing Existing Computers into a Device Collection

Main Installer

Updates for 2012

Fixes the issue with restarting the ConfigMgr Agent Host on the client tools

Fixes the issue with performing an Application Deployment Evaluation Cycle on both clients and collections

Fixes the issue with files being copied to the wrong location.

ConfigMgr 2012 – Powershell Right Click Tools Version 2.0

Speed Up SCCM TFTP Performance to PXE clients

It’s possible to change the size of the blocks used for the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) transfer; the larger the block size, the greater the performance. Microsoft’s recommendation is to not set higher than 16384; in addition, you must use multiples of 4096, such as 8192, 16384, and so on. I got a huge performance boost from using a value of 16384. Perform the following steps:

Log on to the Configuration Manager PXE Windows Deployment Services (WDS) server.

Open the registry editor (regedit.exe).


From the Edit menu, select New, DWORD value.

Enter a name of RamDiskTFTPBlockSize and press Enter.

Double-click the new value.

Set the Base to Decimal and set the value (e.g., 16384).

Click OK.

Restart the WDS server service.