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DavidJenkins-7665 suggested campbellkerr commented

Please fix your tags

I'm still complaining because I can't use tags.

What tag would I use for SCCM? I can't find it under SCCM, not COnfig, not Manager, Not..nor nor nor nor


error error can't find tag to post,,,, can't even complain because can't find a tag.. fix tags
tags suck

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AndreasBaumgarten commented AndreasBaumgarten edited

Hi @DavidJenkins-7665 ,

it's a bit hard to find the right tag for SCCM .... but it is mem-cm-.....
Please take a look on this website to see all the tags for SCCM: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/products/enterprise-mobility-security


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Andreas Baumgarten

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DavidJenkins-7665 commented cheong00 edited

Why mem? What is mem?

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campbellkerr commented

Perhaps when something gets renamed (this happens regularly for MS stuff), the tag can be updated.

For example, SCCM is now MEM, so the "sccm" tag could be renamed to "sccm-mem".

That way all existing questions/tags get preserved, and the same tech (just renamed) always gets tagged with the single tag.

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