The primary audience for this course is intended for IT Professionals who are responsible for configuring and managing endpoints in one or more System Center. This course describes how to configure and manage a System Center R2 Configuration Manager site and its associated site systems. The course focuses. This live webinar will feature lessons on select topics found in Microsoft Official Courseware SCCM View Webinar. In this session, we will cover.
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This course describes how to configure and manage a System Center R2 Configuration Manager wccm and its associated site systems. The primary audience for this course 107477 intended for IT Professionals who are responsible for configuring and managing endpoints in one or more System Center R2 Configuration Manager Sites and all supporting systems.
They have one to three years of experience managing and maintaining client computers, devices, and servers in medium to large enterprise organizations. Administrators may have previous Configuration Manager Experience, or be new to the product. The secondary audience for this course is intended for individuals who are interested in taking exam. Planning and Deploying System Center Configuration Manager, are necessary to prepare for this exam. Before attending this course, students must have: System administrator—level working knowledge of: This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentations, discussions and practical exercises.
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: Prakash has more than 11 years of working experience in the IT industry and 10 years of experience in Training. He is independent and hungry for knowledge. This trait makes him an ideal candidate for success in the IT industry because of its rapid development and constant updates. Follow through on your goals with courses. Administering System Center Configuration Manager. All of our private classes are customized to your organization’s needs.
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Click on the button below to send us your details and you will be contacted shortly. You have successfully submitted your private class request form. We will contact you for further confirmation. The secondary audience for this course is intended for individuals scck are interested in taking exam TS: Installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for Windows-based personal computers. Windows client management including endpoint security fundamentals.
Windows Server administration concepts including Active Directory and group policy principles and management. Familiarity with Windows Intune Desired: Basic understanding of Windows Server roles and services Desired: Describe the System Center R2 Sccm Manager Feature set and manage and troubleshoot sites by using the Configuration Manager Console and associated toolset.
Configure boundaries and boundary groups, configure discovery methods, manage user and device cscm, and implement role-based administration. Describe the client deployment process, configure client deployment methods, configure the client agent settings, and monitor client status.
Describe the inventory collection process, configure and manage hardware and software inventory, monitor inventory data flow, and use Asset Intelligence and Software Metering. Analyze data by creating queries and running reports. Create, deploy, xccm manage software packages and programs.
Configure multiple deployment types. Deploy and manage software updates. Deploy operating systems by using the Configuration Manager infrastructure. Manage configuration items, baselines, and profiles to assess and configure settings for devices. In this module, you will learn about the basic features of System Center R2 Configuration Manager, the 1074 types of sites, and the site system roles that you can deploy.
System Center R2 Configuration Manager takes advantage of a redesign of several features in previous versions of Configuration Manager. This module covers the enhancements and modifications made to 107447 Configuration Manager 10774. You will explore the interface of the Configuration Manager console and learn how to navigate it to locate and use important features.
Additionally, you will review the tools that are available for monitoring and troubleshooting Configuration Manager. Discovering And Organizing Resources. You can manage computer and user resources within a System Center R2 Configuration Manager environment only when Configuration Manager has discovered these resources and assigned them to a site. In this module, you will learn about boundaries and boundary groups that help create logical network locations that contain discovered computers based upon IP addresses or Active Directory sites.
You can use these boundary configurations for client site assignment and for helping clients find content from associated site systems. You also will learn about the discovery processes that you can use to identify computers, users, and the network infrastructure within your network environment.
You then will learn about collections that support logical groupings of resources. scccm
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You use these groupings for management tasks such as targeting software updates, managing applications, or deploying compliance settings to resources. Additionally, you will learn to implement role-based administration by using security roles, security scopes, and collections. Role-based administration determines both the tasks that an administrative user can perform, and the objects and resources on which the user can perform those tasks.
You can install the System Center R2 Configuration Manager client agent software on devices such as workstations, laptops, servers, and mobile devices.
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Configuration Manager provides several options for installing the client software. This module explains the supported operating systems and devices, the software requirements, and the different methods for installing the client software. After installing the client software, you can configure the client settings to perform routine management tasks.
This module describes some of the default and custom client settings that you can configure. The module also describes how to monitor the operations and client health of the Configuration Manager client agent software by using alerts and the client health evaluator. Managing Inventory And Software Metering.
The first feature that you likely will use in your Microsoft System Center R2 Configuration Manager implementation is inventory collection. Collecting hardware and software details provides a foundation that you can use with many other advanced features, such as application deployment.
For example, you can use inventory details such as memory, operating system, IP address, or installed applications to identify clients that might need an upgrade, or as a basis for creating custom collections.
To enhance standard inventory collection, you can implement the Asset Intelligence feature to provide additional data for reports and information about the software titles installed on specific clients.
Software metering provides a way to monitor and collect software usage data from your System Center R2 Configuration Manager clients. When you combine this data with software inventory and the Asset Intelligence feature, this can help you determine a number of software-usage scenarios, so that you can plan software deployments and licensing. Querying And Reporting Data. Microsoft System Center R2 Configuration Manager stores a large amount of data about the devices in your environment.
You may not always want to perform all management tasks on all of the devices simultaneously. Therefore, to help you locate devices in your environment that meet specific criteria, you can create queries. You then can use these queries to create collections or to find clients and install the Configuration Manager client on them.
This module describes queries and the methods to create and run them. Additionally, you may want to run reports about your environment. To be able to run Configuration Manager reports, you have to install a reporting services point, which this module details. Traditionally, Microsoft Systems Management Server and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager product lines utilized packages and programs for deploying software.
System Center Configuration Manager introduced the concept of applications, which provides a new software deployment model that is more flexible than the conventional packages and programs. However, this did not eliminate the need to use packages and programs.
Typically, you will deploy software to computers running Windows and Apple OS X by using applications. However, you can still use packages and programs in many situations for Windows-based computers.
For example, you can deliver content to Windows-based clients to support running scripts. This module is the first of many that focus on software deployment. This module describes how to manage software by using packages and programs, while subsequent modules cover the application-management model.
Creating And Deploying Applications. The System Center R2 Configuration Manager application deployment model enhances the capabilities of packages and programs for delivery of software to Windows operating systems, the Mac operating system Mac OS Xand mobile devices.
These applications are best for deploying installer-based software, such as Windows installations that are.
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This is because they provide a more intelligent software deployment model. With the Configuration Manager application deployment model, you can create a single deployment for Windows-based clients and mobile device clients that provide different installation options depending on specifically defined conditions. You 1074 do this by using features such as requirements and dependencies. Additional features, such as state-based reporting and detection methods, can help you create intelligent deployments.
In this module, you will learn about the application model and the basics for creating, deploying, and managing applications with Configuration Manager. Deploying Additional Application Types.
Windows 8 has introduced a new application type named the Windows Store app, which is designed specifically to run on devices running Windows 8. Windows Store apps have a new. In many cases, you might want your users to have access to scxm application that is not installed directly on their computer. Microsoft Application Virtualization App-V allows you to install applications in an isolated, nonpermanent environment on a Windows-based computer.
Managing virtualized applications with System Center R2 Configuration Manager is similar to managing other applications.
In this module, you will learn about managing deployments on unconventional applications. This module describes how to install Windows Store apps and wccm applications. Deploying And Managing Software Updates. Software update management helps ensure that computer devices maintain operational efficiency, and helps maintain the stability of the network infrastructure. By using the software updates feature in Configuration Manager, you can implement an end-to-end management process for the complex task of identifying, deploying, and monitoring software updates to your Configuration Manager clients.
Based on System Center Endpoint Protection functionality, Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager supports the deployment, management, and monitoring of antimalware policies and Windows Firewall settings on client computers. Managing Operating Systems Deployment.