Articles relating to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager

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Getting Ready for Windows 10 using Configuration Manager Inventory


When starting a project to deploy a new operating system into the environment, it is a good thing to look at the current state of affairs. Configuration Manager already contains a wealth of information about your current environment, but there are also other useful pieces of information that is not enabled in the default Configuration…

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Peer-To-Peer Content Distribution Options for Configuration Manager


If you’re using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager to manage your desktop environment, you are probably considering the options available for delivering software distribution, patch management and OS deployment without implementing Distribution Points in every location. Configuration Manager has come a long way in providing solutions for remote users. Microsoft has also introduced a number of…

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Scandic Hotels Removes +215 DPs with 1E Nomad for Server Reduction


1E’s Rosario Perri sat down with Richard Häggström, an IT operations specialist at Scandic Hotels based in Sweden, to discuss their successful implementation of Nomad, 1E’s peer-to-peer content delivery solution, in their hotels across the Nordics. Before teaming up with 1E, Scandic was facing a full SCCM server replacement in their hotel sites. They were looking…


8 Ways to Keep Configuration Manager Secure


Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is an incredibly powerful tool. It provides IT administrators and operators with visibility of desktop and server system configurations and the ability to change configurations, install software and security patches, execute any code on clients with elevated privileges and even replace or upgrade the operating system on hundreds of thousands…

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Five Reasons Why You Must Upgrade to Configuration Manager


In December 2015, Microsoft released the latest version of System Center Configuration Manager. The naming of the latest version may cause some confusion, as there is no version or year annotation in the tile (e.g., ConfigMgr 2007, ConfigMgr 2012)—this new release is just “Configuration Manager (Current Branch)” (aka ConfigMgr CB). This first release is also…