I am Microsoft Certified Trainer, MCSA- Server 2016, MCITP-EA, MCTS – SCCM, SCOM, SCVMM. I work at HCL Technologies which is an Indian software giant as Architect for EUC products. My major work includes working on transition, transformation and migration projects. I often need to do project planning and end to end execution for my clients too.

I have 14+ experience in IT field. Before HCL, I was working as SME for Windows products in Koenig Solutions Limited .My clients include many Fortune 500 companies as Accenture, Microsoft, Dell, Wipro, Cognizant, Coca-cola, Volvo, CSC and many more. I have worked for various government departments as Department of Finance – Micronesia, American Army and Air force, Civil Aviation – Nigeria and Iraq, United Nations, World Bank, and Health Department – UAE. For my work I have been globetrotter all these years.

My core areas are Intune, Windows Servers, Windows Clients, Active Directory, Cluster, MECM, Hyper-V, PowerShell, Tachyon and Nomad. I also work in IIS, Hyper-V, SCVMM, SCOM, SCDPM and Azure Technologies.

When not working, I like to travel and play with my daughter, Shreya and my pet, Tiger.


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  1. Hi Vinit,
    I am new to SCCM and your blog really lifeline for the begginers like me.
    I have one issue in my environment,We are plannong to deploy one applcation through task sequence.
    To be specific with the issue ,we deployed autodesk few months back,and almost 200 machines have installed the application.and now the customers needs some modifications in that application,and reinstall it in all workstations.So we have created one task sequence which will intially uninstall the installed Autodesk and reinstall the new one.
    If we deploy the task seqeunce as available,Application works fine ,But if we deploy it as required one,it shows the status as installed in software center.

    Can you please suggest what needs to be done in this case?

    Thanks and Regards,


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