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Mastering System Center Configuration Manager

Get up to date quickly with clear, expert coverage of SCCM 2016

Mastering System Center Configuration Manager provides comprehensive coverage of Microsoft's powerful network software deployment tool, with a practical hands-on approach. Written by Santos Martinez, Peter Daalmans, and Brett Bennett, this guide walks you through SCCM 2016 with in-depth explanations anchored in real-world applications to get you up to speed quickly. Whether you're planning a new installation or migrating from a previous version of Configuration Manager, this book provides clear instruction and expert insight to get the job done right. Fully aligned with the latest release, the discussion covers the newest tools and features with examples that illustrate utility in a variety of contexts.

System Center Configuration Manager (formerly SMS) is one of Microsoft's flagship products; the 2016 release has been updated with better Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 compatibility, improved tools for managing non-Microsoft mobile devices in the cloud, and more. This book provides start-to-finish coverage and expert guidance on everything you need to get your system up to date.
Deploy software and operating systems
Automate processes and customize configurations
Monitor performance and troubleshoot issues
Manage security in the cloud and on Virtual Machines

SCCM 2016 improves your ability to handle the bring-your-own-device influx in managing mobile, streamlining the latest hiccup right into the everyday workflow. Mastering System Center Configuration Manager provides the practical coverage you need to get up and running seamlessly.
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Santos Martinez has over fifteen years of experience and worked on major implementations and support of Configuration Manager and Enterprise Mobility and Security. He has been both a SQL Server MVP and Configuration Manager MVP. Currently, he is a Senior Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft. Peter Daalmans is a Senior Technical Consultant in the Netherlands with a primary focus on Configuration Manager and Enterprise Mobility. Peter has been awarded a Microsoft Enterprise Mobility MVP every year since 2012. Peter writes blogs, and shares his knowledge on his blog, ConfigMgrBlog.com. More information about Peter can be found at https://ref.ms/aboutme. Brett Bennett is currently a Senior Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft, and has been with Microsoft for over 10 years. Brett has worked with Systems Management Server/System Center Configuration Manager since 1994, and has provided consulting and advisory services to many Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies over his 30-year career in the computer industry.
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  • Introduction xxiii

    Chapter 1 Overview of System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune 1

    Chapter 2 Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure 17

    Chapter 3 Migrating to Configuration Manager 63

    Chapter 4 Installation and Site Role Configuration 103

    Chapter 5 Client Installation 185

    Chapter 6 Client Health 229

    Chapter 7 Application Deployment 247

    Chapter 8 Software Updates 319

    Chapter 9 Operating System Deployment 407

    Chapter 10 Inventory and Software Metering 479

    Chapter 11 Asset Intelligence 513

    Chapter 12 Reporting 533

    Chapter 13 Compliance Settings 565

    Chapter 14 Endpoint Protection 633

    Chapter 16 Disaster Recovery 683

    Chapter 17 Troubleshooting 711

    Chapter 18 Enterprise Mobility and Configuration Manager 759

    Appendix The Bottom Line Answers 859

    Chapter 2: Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure 859

    Chapter 3: Migrating to Configuration Manager 860

    Chapter 4: Installation and Site Role Configuration 862

    Chapter 5: Client Installation 864

    Chapter 6: Client Health 865

    Chapter 7: Application Deployment 866

    Chapter 8: Software Updates 867

    Chapter 9: Operating System Deployment 868

    Chapter 10: Inventory and Software Metering 869

    Chapter 11: Asset Intelligence 870

    Chapter 12: Reporting 871

    Chapter 13: Compliance Settings 872

    Chapter 14: Endpoint Protection 873

    Chapter 15: Role-Based Administration 874

    Chapter 16: Disaster Recovery 875

    Chapter 17: Troubleshooting 876

    Chapter 18: Enterprise Mobility and Configuration Manager 877

    Index 879
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 936
Erscheinungsdatum 17.03.2017
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-119-25845-2
Verlag John Wiley & Sons Inc
Maße (L/B/H) 23.6/19/5.3 cm
Gewicht 1229 g
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