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Mastering System center 2012 configuration manager, Steve Rachui [and others] ; contributing author, Brett Bennett

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Mastering System center 2012 configuration manager
Title
Mastering System center 2012 configuration manager
Statement of responsibility
Steve Rachui [and others] ; contributing author, Brett Bennett
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B24X7
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004.6/068
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TK5105.5
LC item number
.M37 2012eb
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  • Rachui, Steve
  • Bennett, Brett
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  • Computer networks
  • Software configuration management
  • Client/server computing
  • COMPUTERS
  • COMPUTERS
  • Client/server computing
  • Computer networks
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Expert coverage of Microsoft's highly anticipated network software deployment toolThe latest version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a dramatic update of its predecessor Configuration Manager 2007, and this book offers intermediate-to-advanced coverage of how the new SCCM boasts a simplified hierarchy, role-based security, a new console, flexible application deployment, and mobile management. You'll explore planning and installation, migrating from SCCM 2007, deploying software and operating systems, security, monitoring and troubleshooting, and automating and customizing SCCM 2012 with scripts. Features an unparalleled team of authors, two of whom are insiders at Microsoft and have worked with SCCM since nearly its inceptionProvides in-depth coverage and offers a hands-on approach to learning all there is to know about SCCMExplores why SCCM 2012 is the most significant update in its 16-year historyPacked with real-world scenarios to show you how to use SCCM in various contexts, Mastering System Center Configuration Manager 2012 covers all aspects of this powerful and complete network software deployment tool
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Mastering System center 2012 configuration manager, Steve Rachui [and others] ; contributing author, Brett Bennett
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Contents
  • Exploring the Microsoft Operations Framework
  • Asset Intelligence Synchronization Point
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 5
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Overview of Role-Based Administration
  • Using Security Roles and Security Scopes
  • Managing with Flat Hierarchies
  • Security Roles
  • Security Scopes
  • Creating a Custom Security Scope
  • Overview of System Center Configuration Manager
  • Assigning Resources to a Security Scope
  • Viewing Security Scope Objects
  • Collections
  • Using Collections
  • Understanding the Default Collections
  • Administrative Users
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 6
  • Client Installation
  • Creating Client Settings
  • Configuration Manager Features
  • Supported Operating Systems
  • Discovering Network Objects
  • Active Directory Discovery Methods
  • Configuring Boundaries and Boundary Groups
  • Client Installation Methods
  • Command-Line Properties
  • Manually Installing the Client
  • Client Push
  • Group Policy
  • Software Update
  • ch. 2
  • Software Distribution
  • Logon Script Installation
  • Imaging
  • Keeping Clients Up to Date
  • Verifying Client Installation
  • Troubleshooting a Client Installation
  • Ensuring Client Health
  • Automatic Client Remediation
  • Determining Client Health
  • Monitoring Client Status
  • Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure
  • Configuring Alerts
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 7
  • Application Deployment
  • What's New in Application Deployment?
  • Distribution Point Changes
  • Applications: Application References
  • Deployments
  • Dependencies for Application Deployment
  • Management Point
  • Gathering Deployment Intelligence
  • Distribution Point
  • Default Client Settings
  • Elements of Application Deployment
  • Applications
  • Deployment Types
  • Deployments
  • Application Deployment Process
  • Create Application Wizard
  • Options for Application Deployment: the Ribbon
  • Exploring the Sample Application
  • Determining What You Need to Accomplish
  • Exploring the Deployment Type
  • Create Deployment Wizard
  • Application Deployment -- Client Experience
  • Application Deployment -- Advanced Configurations
  • User Device Affinity
  • Troubleshooting Application Deployment
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 8
  • Software Updates
  • What's New in Software Updates
  • Describing the Network
  • Prerequisites for Software Updates
  • Elements of Software Updates
  • Software Update Point
  • Software Updates Client Agent
  • Software Updates Metadata
  • Software Update Files
  • Software Update Objects
  • Software Update Groups
  • Deployment Templates
  • Deployment Packages
  • Describing Your Migration Needs
  • Deployments
  • Automatic Deployment Rules
  • System Center Updates Publisher
  • Software Update Process in Configuration Manager
  • Synchronization
  • Compliance
  • Deployment
  • Planning to Use Software Updates in Configuration Manager
  • Determining What Needs to Be Accomplished
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Planning the Configuration Manager Environment
  • System Center Updates Publisher
  • Testing in an Isolated Lab
  • Configuring Software Updates
  • Configuring the Software Updates Client Agent
  • Installing Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Server
  • Installing the Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 Administrative Console
  • Setting Up the Active Software Update Point
  • Configuring Software Updates Settings and Synchronization
  • Synchronizing Updates with Export and Import
  • Preparing Software Updates for Deployment
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • System Requirements
  • Finding the Software Updates to Be Deployed
  • Downloading Software Updates
  • Creating a Software Update Group
  • Deploying Software Updates with the Deploy Software Updates Wizard
  • Using System Center Updates Publisher
  • Installing the System Center Updates Publisher
  • Configuring System Center Updates Publisher
  • Using System Center Updates Publisher
  • Third-Party Updates in Configuration Manager
  • Monitoring Software Update Deployments
  • Extending Active Directory Schema
  • In-Console Monitoring
  • Reporting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch
  • Hierarchies and Sites
  • Site Boundaries and Boundary Groups
  • Site System Roles
  • Best Practices for Site System Design
  • SQL Considerations
  • Site Communications
  • Site Security Mode
  • Discovery of Your Resources
  • ch. 1
  • Client Settings and Client Deployment
  • Content Management
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Migration
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Designing Your Configuration Manager Environment
  • Planning the Configuration Manager Hierarchy
  • Planning Configuration Manager Site Systems
  • Planning Configuration Manager Clients
  • Determining How to Deploy Configuration Manager
  • Overview of Operations Management
  • Building a Proof-of-Concept Environment
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 3
  • Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007
  • Introducing Migration
  • Migration Functionality in Configuration Manager 2012
  • Source Hierarchy
  • Data-Gathering Process
  • Migration Job Types
  • Objects Supported for Migration
  • Defining Operations Management
  • Objects Not Supported for Migration
  • Distribution Point Sharing
  • Planning a Migration
  • Preparing Your Migration
  • Planning Your Migration Strategy
  • Performing the Migration
  • Using the Side-by-Side Migration Strategy
  • Using the Wipe-and-Load Strategy
  • Upgrading the Configuration Manager Console
  • Post-Migration or Installation Considerations
  • Systems Management
  • Migrating Packages to the New Application Model
  • What Is Package Conversion Manager?
  • Conversion Process
  • Conversion Process Steps
  • Package Conversion Manager Best Practices
  • Monitoring Conversion
  • Migrating Branch Offices with the Physical-to-Virtual Migration Toolkit
  • Requirements
  • P2V Migration Scenario
  • Task Sequence
  • Operations Management
  • Steps for Using the P2V Migration Toolkit
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 4
  • Installation and Site Role Configuration
  • Understanding Configuration Manager 2012 Site Types
  • Implementing Site Servers
  • Software Requirements
  • Implementing a Central Administration Site
  • Implementing a Primary Site
  • Implementing a Secondary Site
  • Understanding IT Service Management
  • Verifying Proper Site Installation
  • Troubleshooting a Configuration Manager 2012 Site Installation
  • Unattended Installation
  • Installing Site System Roles
  • Understanding Configuration Manager 2012 Site System Roles
  • Component Server
  • Distribution Point
  • Management Point
  • Site Database Server
  • Site Server
  • Exploring the IT Infrastructure Library
  • Site System
  • System Health Validator Point
  • State Migration Point
  • Fallback Status Point
  • Out-of-Band Service Point
  • Reporting Services Point
  • Application Catalog Web Service Point and Application Catalog Web Site Point
  • Enrollment Proxy Point and Mobile Device and AMT Enrollment Point
  • Software Update Point
  • EndPoint Protection Point
  • Deployment Process
  • Prepare for Operating System Deployment
  • Build and Capture an Operating System
  • Deploy an Operating System
  • Preparing Configuration Manager 2012 for Operating System Deployment
  • Configuring the Network Access Account
  • Creating the Configuration Manager Client Install Package
  • Creating a USMT Package
  • Configuring the State Migration Point Role
  • Configuring PXE on Distribution Points
  • 9
  • Distributing the Boot Image Package
  • Enabling Boot Images for PXE
  • Adding Operating System Installers
  • Developing a Task Sequence for Creating a Capture Image
  • Task Sequences Used with PXE Boot
  • Task Sequences Used with Media Boot
  • Capturing an Operating System Image
  • Building and Capturing Automatically
  • Capturing a Reference Computer
  • Deploying an Image
  • Operating System Deployment
  • Adding a Captured Image
  • Distributing and Deploying the Image
  • Developing a Task Sequence for Deployment
  • Deploying the Task Sequence
  • Deploying the Operating System on Bare Metal
  • Importing Computer Information
  • Creating a Task Sequence for the Bare-Metal OSD
  • Deploying the Bare-Metal Task Sequence
  • Installing Device Drivers into OSD
  • Servicing Your Operating System Images Offline
  • What's New in Operating System Deployment
  • Using User Device Affinity
  • Manually Configure a Primary User for a Device
  • Manually Configure a Primary Device for a User
  • Configure a Site to Automatically Create User Device Affinities
  • Import User Device Affinities
  • Enable Users To Configure Their Primary Device
  • Pre-deploy User Applications
  • Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012
  • Installing Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012
  • Integrating the Deployment Toolkit
  • Planning for OSD with Configuration Manager 2012
  • Creating a New Boot Image
  • Creating a Deployment Toolkit Task Sequence
  • Using a Replace Scenario
  • Maintaining the User State
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 10
  • Asset Intelligence
  • Requirements for Asset Intelligence
  • Client Agent Prerequisites
  • Maintenance Tasks
  • Deployment Scenarios
  • Windows Event Log Settings
  • Elements of Asset Intelligence
  • Asset Intelligence Catalog
  • Asset Intelligence Validation States
  • Asset Intelligence Synchronization Point
  • Asset Intelligence Home Page
  • Asset Intelligence Reports
  • Configuring Asset Intelligence
  • Enabling Asset Intelligence
  • Import Software License into Asset Intelligence
  • Kind of Images to Deploy
  • Importing Software License Information
  • Operating System Deployment Components
  • User Device Affinity
  • Collecting Software Inventory
  • Recovering a Primary Child Site
  • Recovering a Primary Standalone Site
  • Recovery Scenarios for Multisite Environments
  • Other Site Maintenance Options
  • Hierarchy Maintenance Tool
  • Post-Recovery Tasks
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 17
  • System Center Endpoint Protection
  • Differences between FEP and SCEP
  • Using Resource Explorer to View Inventory
  • Additional Benefits of SCEP
  • Deployment
  • Protection
  • Monitoring
  • Security
  • Endpoint Protection Site System Role
  • Endpoint Protection Client Agent
  • Endpoint Protection Policies
  • Antimalware Policy
  • Windows Firewall Policy
  • Scheduling Inventory
  • Assigning Policy
  • Definition Files
  • Alerts
  • Reporting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 18
  • Client Health
  • Understanding the Client Health Mechanism
  • Scheduled Task
  • CCMEval Process
  • Configuring Inventory
  • Client Health Evaluation: Results
  • Monitoring: Client Health
  • Bottom Line
  • Appendix The Bottom Line
  • ch. 2
  • Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure
  • ch. 3
  • Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007
  • ch. 4
  • Installation and Site Role Configuration
  • Configuring Software Inventory for a Configuration Manager Site
  • ch. 5
  • Role-Based Administration
  • ch. 6
  • Client Installation
  • ch. 7
  • Application Deployment
  • ch. 8
  • Software Updates
  • ch. 9
  • Operating System Deployment
  • Troubleshooting Inventory
  • ch. 10
  • Asset Intelligence
  • ch. 11
  • Inventory and Software Metering
  • ch. 12
  • Reporting
  • ch. 13
  • Compliance Settings
  • ch. 14
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Software Metering in Configuration Manager 2012
  • ch. 15
  • Troubleshooting
  • ch. 16
  • Disaster Recovery
  • ch. 17
  • System Center Endpoint Protection
  • ch. 18
  • Client Health
  • Overview of Software Metering
  • Configuring Software Metering
  • Bottom Line
  • Note continued:
  • ch. 12
  • Reporting
  • Installing SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Considerations for Installing SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Installation of the Reporting Services Site System
  • Default Reports
  • Running a Report
  • Viewing Available Reports
  • Running a Report from the Administrative Console
  • Running a Report from Report Manager
  • Creating the Microsoft Volume License Statement
  • Working with Reporting Security
  • Permissions Required to Run Reports
  • Managing Reports
  • Working with Subscriptions
  • Creating Reports
  • Basic SQL Commands
  • Report Models
  • Creating a Report Using Report Builder
  • Creating a Report Using Business Intelligence Development Studio
  • Moving Reports
  • Creating the General License Statement
  • Linked Reports
  • Importing and Exporting Reports
  • Importing Reports
  • Exporting Reports
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 13
  • Compliance Settings
  • Overview of Compliance Settings
  • What's New in Configuration Manager 2012?
  • What Can You Do with Compliance Settings?
  • Bottom Line
  • Configuration Items
  • Configuring Compliance Settings Client Settings
  • Creating Configuration Items
  • Name, Description, and Category
  • Choosing a Detection Method
  • Creating and Validating a Setting
  • Building a Configuration Baseline
  • Creating the Initial Baseline
  • Baseline Rules
  • Assigning the Configuration Baseline to Clients
  • ch. 11
  • Additional Configuration Baseline Options
  • Client Validation of Compliance Baseline Rules
  • Compliance Settings Reporting
  • Importing Configuration Packs
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 14
  • Mobile Device Management
  • What's New in Mobile Device Management
  • Requirements for Mobile Device Management
  • Lite Management
  • Inventory and Software Metering
  • Depth Management
  • Troubleshooting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 15
  • Troubleshooting
  • Creating the Maintenance Plan
  • Using Troubleshooting Tools
  • Log Files
  • Status Messages
  • Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Deployment
  • Inventory in Configuration Manager 2012
  • Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Database Replication
  • Data Types
  • DRS Initialization
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 16
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Planning for Disaster Recovery
  • What Is Not Included in the Backup
  • Backing Up Configuration Manager
  • Backup Considerations for the Central Administration Site
  • Collecting Hardware Inventory
  • Copying Site Backups to Another Location
  • Archiving the Backup Snapshot to Another Server with AfterBackup.bat
  • Windows Application Log Entries Created by the Backup Process
  • Configuring the Backup ConfigMgr Site Server Maintenance Task
  • Restoring Configuration Manager
  • Understanding the Effects of a Site Failure
  • Recovering a Configuration Manager Site
  • Recovering Configuration Manager
  • How to Start a Recovery Process
  • Recovering a Central Administration Site
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1 online resource.
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online
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9781118238400
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2011945673
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rdamedia
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Label
Mastering System center 2012 configuration manager, Steve Rachui [and others] ; contributing author, Brett Bennett
Publication
Note
Title from title screen
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Exploring the Microsoft Operations Framework
  • Asset Intelligence Synchronization Point
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 5
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Overview of Role-Based Administration
  • Using Security Roles and Security Scopes
  • Managing with Flat Hierarchies
  • Security Roles
  • Security Scopes
  • Creating a Custom Security Scope
  • Overview of System Center Configuration Manager
  • Assigning Resources to a Security Scope
  • Viewing Security Scope Objects
  • Collections
  • Using Collections
  • Understanding the Default Collections
  • Administrative Users
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 6
  • Client Installation
  • Creating Client Settings
  • Configuration Manager Features
  • Supported Operating Systems
  • Discovering Network Objects
  • Active Directory Discovery Methods
  • Configuring Boundaries and Boundary Groups
  • Client Installation Methods
  • Command-Line Properties
  • Manually Installing the Client
  • Client Push
  • Group Policy
  • Software Update
  • ch. 2
  • Software Distribution
  • Logon Script Installation
  • Imaging
  • Keeping Clients Up to Date
  • Verifying Client Installation
  • Troubleshooting a Client Installation
  • Ensuring Client Health
  • Automatic Client Remediation
  • Determining Client Health
  • Monitoring Client Status
  • Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure
  • Configuring Alerts
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 7
  • Application Deployment
  • What's New in Application Deployment?
  • Distribution Point Changes
  • Applications: Application References
  • Deployments
  • Dependencies for Application Deployment
  • Management Point
  • Gathering Deployment Intelligence
  • Distribution Point
  • Default Client Settings
  • Elements of Application Deployment
  • Applications
  • Deployment Types
  • Deployments
  • Application Deployment Process
  • Create Application Wizard
  • Options for Application Deployment: the Ribbon
  • Exploring the Sample Application
  • Determining What You Need to Accomplish
  • Exploring the Deployment Type
  • Create Deployment Wizard
  • Application Deployment -- Client Experience
  • Application Deployment -- Advanced Configurations
  • User Device Affinity
  • Troubleshooting Application Deployment
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 8
  • Software Updates
  • What's New in Software Updates
  • Describing the Network
  • Prerequisites for Software Updates
  • Elements of Software Updates
  • Software Update Point
  • Software Updates Client Agent
  • Software Updates Metadata
  • Software Update Files
  • Software Update Objects
  • Software Update Groups
  • Deployment Templates
  • Deployment Packages
  • Describing Your Migration Needs
  • Deployments
  • Automatic Deployment Rules
  • System Center Updates Publisher
  • Software Update Process in Configuration Manager
  • Synchronization
  • Compliance
  • Deployment
  • Planning to Use Software Updates in Configuration Manager
  • Determining What Needs to Be Accomplished
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Planning the Configuration Manager Environment
  • System Center Updates Publisher
  • Testing in an Isolated Lab
  • Configuring Software Updates
  • Configuring the Software Updates Client Agent
  • Installing Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Server
  • Installing the Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2 Administrative Console
  • Setting Up the Active Software Update Point
  • Configuring Software Updates Settings and Synchronization
  • Synchronizing Updates with Export and Import
  • Preparing Software Updates for Deployment
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • System Requirements
  • Finding the Software Updates to Be Deployed
  • Downloading Software Updates
  • Creating a Software Update Group
  • Deploying Software Updates with the Deploy Software Updates Wizard
  • Using System Center Updates Publisher
  • Installing the System Center Updates Publisher
  • Configuring System Center Updates Publisher
  • Using System Center Updates Publisher
  • Third-Party Updates in Configuration Manager
  • Monitoring Software Update Deployments
  • Extending Active Directory Schema
  • In-Console Monitoring
  • Reporting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch
  • Hierarchies and Sites
  • Site Boundaries and Boundary Groups
  • Site System Roles
  • Best Practices for Site System Design
  • SQL Considerations
  • Site Communications
  • Site Security Mode
  • Discovery of Your Resources
  • ch. 1
  • Client Settings and Client Deployment
  • Content Management
  • Role-Based Administration
  • Migration
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Designing Your Configuration Manager Environment
  • Planning the Configuration Manager Hierarchy
  • Planning Configuration Manager Site Systems
  • Planning Configuration Manager Clients
  • Determining How to Deploy Configuration Manager
  • Overview of Operations Management
  • Building a Proof-of-Concept Environment
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 3
  • Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007
  • Introducing Migration
  • Migration Functionality in Configuration Manager 2012
  • Source Hierarchy
  • Data-Gathering Process
  • Migration Job Types
  • Objects Supported for Migration
  • Defining Operations Management
  • Objects Not Supported for Migration
  • Distribution Point Sharing
  • Planning a Migration
  • Preparing Your Migration
  • Planning Your Migration Strategy
  • Performing the Migration
  • Using the Side-by-Side Migration Strategy
  • Using the Wipe-and-Load Strategy
  • Upgrading the Configuration Manager Console
  • Post-Migration or Installation Considerations
  • Systems Management
  • Migrating Packages to the New Application Model
  • What Is Package Conversion Manager?
  • Conversion Process
  • Conversion Process Steps
  • Package Conversion Manager Best Practices
  • Monitoring Conversion
  • Migrating Branch Offices with the Physical-to-Virtual Migration Toolkit
  • Requirements
  • P2V Migration Scenario
  • Task Sequence
  • Operations Management
  • Steps for Using the P2V Migration Toolkit
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 4
  • Installation and Site Role Configuration
  • Understanding Configuration Manager 2012 Site Types
  • Implementing Site Servers
  • Software Requirements
  • Implementing a Central Administration Site
  • Implementing a Primary Site
  • Implementing a Secondary Site
  • Understanding IT Service Management
  • Verifying Proper Site Installation
  • Troubleshooting a Configuration Manager 2012 Site Installation
  • Unattended Installation
  • Installing Site System Roles
  • Understanding Configuration Manager 2012 Site System Roles
  • Component Server
  • Distribution Point
  • Management Point
  • Site Database Server
  • Site Server
  • Exploring the IT Infrastructure Library
  • Site System
  • System Health Validator Point
  • State Migration Point
  • Fallback Status Point
  • Out-of-Band Service Point
  • Reporting Services Point
  • Application Catalog Web Service Point and Application Catalog Web Site Point
  • Enrollment Proxy Point and Mobile Device and AMT Enrollment Point
  • Software Update Point
  • EndPoint Protection Point
  • Deployment Process
  • Prepare for Operating System Deployment
  • Build and Capture an Operating System
  • Deploy an Operating System
  • Preparing Configuration Manager 2012 for Operating System Deployment
  • Configuring the Network Access Account
  • Creating the Configuration Manager Client Install Package
  • Creating a USMT Package
  • Configuring the State Migration Point Role
  • Configuring PXE on Distribution Points
  • 9
  • Distributing the Boot Image Package
  • Enabling Boot Images for PXE
  • Adding Operating System Installers
  • Developing a Task Sequence for Creating a Capture Image
  • Task Sequences Used with PXE Boot
  • Task Sequences Used with Media Boot
  • Capturing an Operating System Image
  • Building and Capturing Automatically
  • Capturing a Reference Computer
  • Deploying an Image
  • Operating System Deployment
  • Adding a Captured Image
  • Distributing and Deploying the Image
  • Developing a Task Sequence for Deployment
  • Deploying the Task Sequence
  • Deploying the Operating System on Bare Metal
  • Importing Computer Information
  • Creating a Task Sequence for the Bare-Metal OSD
  • Deploying the Bare-Metal Task Sequence
  • Installing Device Drivers into OSD
  • Servicing Your Operating System Images Offline
  • What's New in Operating System Deployment
  • Using User Device Affinity
  • Manually Configure a Primary User for a Device
  • Manually Configure a Primary Device for a User
  • Configure a Site to Automatically Create User Device Affinities
  • Import User Device Affinities
  • Enable Users To Configure Their Primary Device
  • Pre-deploy User Applications
  • Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012
  • Installing Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012
  • Integrating the Deployment Toolkit
  • Planning for OSD with Configuration Manager 2012
  • Creating a New Boot Image
  • Creating a Deployment Toolkit Task Sequence
  • Using a Replace Scenario
  • Maintaining the User State
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 10
  • Asset Intelligence
  • Requirements for Asset Intelligence
  • Client Agent Prerequisites
  • Maintenance Tasks
  • Deployment Scenarios
  • Windows Event Log Settings
  • Elements of Asset Intelligence
  • Asset Intelligence Catalog
  • Asset Intelligence Validation States
  • Asset Intelligence Synchronization Point
  • Asset Intelligence Home Page
  • Asset Intelligence Reports
  • Configuring Asset Intelligence
  • Enabling Asset Intelligence
  • Import Software License into Asset Intelligence
  • Kind of Images to Deploy
  • Importing Software License Information
  • Operating System Deployment Components
  • User Device Affinity
  • Collecting Software Inventory
  • Recovering a Primary Child Site
  • Recovering a Primary Standalone Site
  • Recovery Scenarios for Multisite Environments
  • Other Site Maintenance Options
  • Hierarchy Maintenance Tool
  • Post-Recovery Tasks
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 17
  • System Center Endpoint Protection
  • Differences between FEP and SCEP
  • Using Resource Explorer to View Inventory
  • Additional Benefits of SCEP
  • Deployment
  • Protection
  • Monitoring
  • Security
  • Endpoint Protection Site System Role
  • Endpoint Protection Client Agent
  • Endpoint Protection Policies
  • Antimalware Policy
  • Windows Firewall Policy
  • Scheduling Inventory
  • Assigning Policy
  • Definition Files
  • Alerts
  • Reporting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 18
  • Client Health
  • Understanding the Client Health Mechanism
  • Scheduled Task
  • CCMEval Process
  • Configuring Inventory
  • Client Health Evaluation: Results
  • Monitoring: Client Health
  • Bottom Line
  • Appendix The Bottom Line
  • ch. 2
  • Planning a Configuration Manager Infrastructure
  • ch. 3
  • Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007
  • ch. 4
  • Installation and Site Role Configuration
  • Configuring Software Inventory for a Configuration Manager Site
  • ch. 5
  • Role-Based Administration
  • ch. 6
  • Client Installation
  • ch. 7
  • Application Deployment
  • ch. 8
  • Software Updates
  • ch. 9
  • Operating System Deployment
  • Troubleshooting Inventory
  • ch. 10
  • Asset Intelligence
  • ch. 11
  • Inventory and Software Metering
  • ch. 12
  • Reporting
  • ch. 13
  • Compliance Settings
  • ch. 14
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Software Metering in Configuration Manager 2012
  • ch. 15
  • Troubleshooting
  • ch. 16
  • Disaster Recovery
  • ch. 17
  • System Center Endpoint Protection
  • ch. 18
  • Client Health
  • Overview of Software Metering
  • Configuring Software Metering
  • Bottom Line
  • Note continued:
  • ch. 12
  • Reporting
  • Installing SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Considerations for Installing SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Installation of the Reporting Services Site System
  • Default Reports
  • Running a Report
  • Viewing Available Reports
  • Running a Report from the Administrative Console
  • Running a Report from Report Manager
  • Creating the Microsoft Volume License Statement
  • Working with Reporting Security
  • Permissions Required to Run Reports
  • Managing Reports
  • Working with Subscriptions
  • Creating Reports
  • Basic SQL Commands
  • Report Models
  • Creating a Report Using Report Builder
  • Creating a Report Using Business Intelligence Development Studio
  • Moving Reports
  • Creating the General License Statement
  • Linked Reports
  • Importing and Exporting Reports
  • Importing Reports
  • Exporting Reports
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 13
  • Compliance Settings
  • Overview of Compliance Settings
  • What's New in Configuration Manager 2012?
  • What Can You Do with Compliance Settings?
  • Bottom Line
  • Configuration Items
  • Configuring Compliance Settings Client Settings
  • Creating Configuration Items
  • Name, Description, and Category
  • Choosing a Detection Method
  • Creating and Validating a Setting
  • Building a Configuration Baseline
  • Creating the Initial Baseline
  • Baseline Rules
  • Assigning the Configuration Baseline to Clients
  • ch. 11
  • Additional Configuration Baseline Options
  • Client Validation of Compliance Baseline Rules
  • Compliance Settings Reporting
  • Importing Configuration Packs
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 14
  • Mobile Device Management
  • What's New in Mobile Device Management
  • Requirements for Mobile Device Management
  • Lite Management
  • Inventory and Software Metering
  • Depth Management
  • Troubleshooting
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 15
  • Troubleshooting
  • Creating the Maintenance Plan
  • Using Troubleshooting Tools
  • Log Files
  • Status Messages
  • Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Deployment
  • Inventory in Configuration Manager 2012
  • Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Database Replication
  • Data Types
  • DRS Initialization
  • Bottom Line
  • ch. 16
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Planning for Disaster Recovery
  • What Is Not Included in the Backup
  • Backing Up Configuration Manager
  • Backup Considerations for the Central Administration Site
  • Collecting Hardware Inventory
  • Copying Site Backups to Another Location
  • Archiving the Backup Snapshot to Another Server with AfterBackup.bat
  • Windows Application Log Entries Created by the Backup Process
  • Configuring the Backup ConfigMgr Site Server Maintenance Task
  • Restoring Configuration Manager
  • Understanding the Effects of a Site Failure
  • Recovering a Configuration Manager Site
  • Recovering Configuration Manager
  • How to Start a Recovery Process
  • Recovering a Central Administration Site
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