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Learn System Center Configuration Manager in a Month of Lunches: Covers SCCM 1511 and Windows 10

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Summary

Learn System Center Configuration Manager in a Month of Lunches is a super-practical guide to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. In this book, you'll cut to the chase and learn the administrative procedures and techniques that will keep your systems humming smoothly.

About the Technology

Businesses rely on a complex patchwork of client computers, physical and virtual servers, middleware, mobile devices, and cloud services. Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) sits in the middle of this mix, providing a single administrative control center to deploy and manage Windows servers and applications across your entire infrastructure, including cross-platform management of Mac OS X, Linux, and UNIX. To get up to speed with the day-to-day tasks of managing a system with ConfigMgr, all you need is this book—and a quiet place to eat your lunch.

About the Book

Learn System Center Configuration Manager in a Month of Lunches is a super-practical guide to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. In this book, you’ll cut to the chase and learn the administrative procedures and techniques that will keep your systems humming smoothly. Whether you’re a new sysadmin or you already understand the inner workings of Active Directory and Windows Server, you’ll be productive immediately as you work through the 22 self-contained lessons in this handy tutorial.

What’s Inside

  • Covers the latest build of Configuration Manager

  • How to simplify updates, operating system deployment, and reporting

  • Cross-platform and mobile management including Linux, OS X, and Windows

  • Smart application delivery

  • About the Reader

    No prior experience with System Center Configuration Manager needed.

    About the Author

    James Bannan is a Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP based in Australia.