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Mastering System Center Configuration Manager

  • ID: 3829919
  • Book
  • 936 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Your Hands–On, Practical Guide to System Center Configuration Manager

System Center Configuration Manager is one of Microsoft′s flagship products. The newest version is fully updated with better Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 compatibility, improved tools for managing non–Microsoft and BYOD mobile devices in the cloud, and more. Mastering System Center Configuration Manager provides expert, step–by–step direction to guide you through a new installation or a migration from a previous version.

Written by a team of Microsoft insiders, it offers a hands–on approach to planning and installation, migration, deploying software and operating systems, security, monitoring and troubleshooting, automating, and customizing. Real–world scenarios show you how to use the tools in a variety of situations, enabling you to get right down to business.

Coverage includes:

  • Planning a configuration manager infrastructure
  • Planning and performing a migration
  • Implementing site servers and installing site system roles
  • Creating, configuring, and verifying client installation
  • Deploying applications
  • Managing the software update process
  • Preparing for and enacting operating system deployment
  • Installing SQL Server® reporting services
  • Handling compliance settings and endpoint protection
  • Restoring, recovering, and troubleshooting Configuration Manager

Manage Security in the Cloud and on Virtual Machines

Automate Processes and Customize Configurations

Monitor Performance and Troubleshoot Problems

Streamline Bring–Your–Own Devices into Your Everyday Workflow

Create a Complete Disaster Recovery Plan

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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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Santos Martinez
Peter Daalmans
Brett Bennett
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