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Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) allows system admins to manage large groups of client operating systems. In addition, it provides remote control patch management, software distribution, operating system deployment, network access protection, and hardware and software inventory, deploy application and software. The course covers instructions for using SCCM for asset inventory, and to monitor software and application distributions. You will also learn about managing clients and users, configuring boundaries and boundary groups, creating user and device collections, and setting up admin users. You will familiarize on how to configure maintenance windows and resource discovery, the reporting features in SCCM including queries and reports, perform routine maintenance tasks such as remote administration, backups, and system logging.

Key features of this training are:

  • Installing different site servers
  • Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007/2012/CB
  • Installing Distribution Points
  • Installing Secondary Sites
  • Installing and Configuring Management point
  • Inventory Management
  • Package deployment
  • Application deployment
  • Software updates
  • Working with multiple sites
  • Operating System Deployment
  • Integrating with MDT
  • Advanced troubleshooting

Who should aim for this course?

IT-pros and administrators who want to build real deployment solutions using MDT and ConfigMgr

Pre knowledge requirement

Basic understanding of Active Directory, WSUS and SQL. Basic knowledge of Configuration Manager 2007/2012 or SMS 2003 is helpful not a requirement.

Target

This class will take you through the design, installation and configuration of the main features in Configuration Manager CB based on Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10. After the training you will have a solid understanding off the product and be able to use and design these features according to best practices

Course Duration:40 Hrs

Course Curriculum

  • Configure Active Directory Environment
  • Configure Domain Name System
  • Configure Windows Server Components for the primary site server
  • Configure Windows Server Components for the site system server
  • Install SQL Server 2012
  • Install Windows Assessment and Deployment kit (ADK)
  • Install WSUS

  • Install ConfigMgr CB
  • Create the source folder structure
  • Verify the installation and explore the Admin UI

  • Install site systems
  • Install new site system server
  • Site Maintenance tasks
  • Status Summarizers
  • Configure Discovery

  • Prepare Configuration Manager environment
  • Migrate from ConfigMgr 2012

  • Implement administrative roles

  • Configure client settings
  • Install Clients
  • Monitor the Client Policy Process
  • Work with client health (check)
  • Work with Power Management
  • Finish the migration process