About the course
A fast-paced guide to building advanced, practical concepts with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) enhances administrative tasks such as keeping your software and security policies up-to-date, managing PCs and servers, and monitoring systems for your organization.
In this course, you will start by learning advanced application deployment using SCCM. After that, you will delve into third-party patch management, where you will learn to deploy third-party updates for SCCM and explore various third-party options for your SCCM deployment. Next, you will learn to secure SCCM by configuring public key infrastructure, validating HTTPS mode, and configuring site roles to support HTTPS. Finally, you will learn to manage your Mac OSX using Configuration Manager, where you will be taught how to enroll your Mac device, deploy applications and settings, and explore different third-party applications.
By the end of this course you will be well versed with the various advanced, yet real-world scenarios that you may come across using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
Style and Approach
A fast-paced guide that will take you on a journey through the various features of Microsoft SCCM; you will explore its advanced capabilities to help you manage your professional systems more efficiently.
What You Will Learn
- Look into advanced application deployment and troubleshooting using SCCM
- Learn to configure and integrate System Center Updates Publisher for third-party updates
- Secure Microsoft SCCM by configuring public key infrastructure prerequisites
- Prepare Configuration Manager for Mac OSX support
- Deploy applications and settings for your device using various third-party options
Peter Daalmans is a technical consultant and Enterprise Mobility Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) with a speciality in System Center Configuration Manager, Enterprise Mobility (Microsoft EMS) and Exchange Server.
He specializes in the deployment of new, large, local or international COE implementations. The keywords are Zero Touch Migration when migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
Peter is interested and experienced in infrastructure migration projects and building Greenfield Microsoft infrastructures, and loves to share his knowledge via ConfigMgrBlog.com while speaking at international events.
He authored the following books: Mastering System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and Mastering System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.
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