SCCM Training

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Introduction to SCCM Training

SCCM Training course is designed for both experienced and freshers, who want to know about administering, maintaining, and troubleshooting a Microsoft SCCM Environment

Our certified instructors will teach you all you need to know about SCCM and how to use its associated site systems to efficiently manage network resources.

Our focus on practical teaching will ensure that you not only understand the technical aspects of SCCM but can put your newly learned skills into practice in the real world and be on your way for high paying career opportunities.

Instructors will guide you through day-to-day management tasks, including how to manage applications, client health, hardware and software inventory, operating system deployment, and software updates by using SCCM . You’ll also learn how to optimize manage compliance, and create management queries and reports.

What will you learn in SCCM Training?

  • Proactively manage device life cycles from purchase to retirement
  • Deploy software and printers to devices in an automated manner utilizing a common software library
  • Deploy operating system upgrades and patches
  • Ensure devices are encrypted, patched, and secured in compliance with accepted security best practices
  • Provide “self-service” to end users so they can update machines when convenient

Why Should I choose Lara Online Training?

  • Laraonlinetraining provide very in-depth course material with real time scenarios for each topic with its Solutions for sccm training.
  • We also provide production case studies during the training.
  • Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real-time Experts.
  • Get the Class recordings, immediately after the session for further Reference.
  • Avail flexibility with Normal Track, Fast Track, and Weekend Batches also for SCCM Training.
  • Cost Effective and Flexible Payment Schemes.
  • 100% Placement assistance
  • We provide Assessment and Mock Interviews

SCCM Demo Video For Your Preview

Overview and Installation of System Center Configuration Manager

1
Overview of SCCM Architecture
2
Installation of SCCM Roles, Features, SQL Server and Configuration Manager
3
Exploring the SCCM Console

Discovering and Organizing Resources

1
Configuring Resource Discovery
2
Configuring Boundaries and Boundary Groups in sccm console
3
Configuring User and Device Collections in sccm console
4
Creating a Device Collection
5
Configure role-based administration

Managing the Configuration Manager Client

1
Overview of the Sccm Client
2
Deploying the Sccm Client
3
Managing Client Agents
4
Configuring and Monitoring Client Status

Managing Inventory and Software Metering

1
Overview of Inventory Collection
2
Configuring Hardware Inventory
3
Configuring Software Inventory
4
Managing Inventory Collection
5
Configuring Asset Intelligence
6
Configuring Software Metering

Querying and Reporting Data

1
Introduction to Queries
2
Creating Data Queries
3
Configuring a Reporting Services Point
4
Introduction to Queries

Managing Software Deployments by Using Packages and Programs

1
Configuring Software Distribution
2
Configuring Packages and Programs
3
Distributing Content to Distribution Points
4
Deploying Programs to Configuration Manager Clients

Managing Application Deployment

1
Configuring Requirements and Dependencies for Deployment Types
2
Configuring Multiple Deployment Types and User Device Affinity
3
Managing Applications

Configuring Wake On LAN and Remote Control

1
Configuring Wake On LAN
2
Overview of Out of Band Management
3
Configuring Power Management Settings
4
Configuring Remote Control

Deploying and Managing Software Updates

1
Overview of Software Updates
2
Preparing the Configuration Manager Site for Software Updates
3
Managing Software Updates
4
Configuring Automatic Deployment Rules
5
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Software Updates

Implementing Endpoint Protection in SCCM

1
Overview of Endpoint Protection in SCCM
2
Configuring and Monitoring Endpoint Protection Policies

Managing Operating System Deployment

1
Overview of Operating System Deployment using sccm
2
Preparing the Site for Operating System Deployment
3
Capturing an Operating System Image
4
Deploying an Operating System

Managing Compliance Settings

1
Overview of Compliance Settings using sccm
2
Configuring Compliance Settings
3
Viewing Compliance Results
Configuration Manager offers different solutions for managing PCs, servers, and devices. Choose the solution that's right for your organization. Base your decision on the device platforms you need to manage and the management functionality you need. You can use these device management solutions by themselves or in combination with each other. For example, you can use the client-based management approach to manage the computers and servers in your organization and also use co-management to manage internet-based laptops. By combining approaches this way, you can cover all of your device management needs
Primary Site This site has Access to Microsoft SQL Database. Clients can be Assigned directly to the site. It can be a child of another primary site and can have child sites of its own. Can administer via configuration manager console. Secondary Site It does not have access to a Microsoft SQL Database. Clients cannot be assigned directly to the site. Secondary sites cannot have child sites of their own. Secondary sites are always a child site of a primary site and can only be administered via the primary site.
Create an install program in the package (you may have already done this?), pointing it to the installation sources, create a package in SCCM. To the contents get synched, assign distribution Points to your package. Create a Collection containing the objects (users/computers) that are allowed to receive the package. Create an Advertisement for the distribution, linking the package you created to the collection, decide whether the Advertisement is mandatory (installation enforced) or not (users have to go to the “Run Advertised Programs” dialog in Windows and select to install the program)
In the Configuration Manager console, navigate to System CenterConfiguration Manager / Site Database /Site Management / – / Site Settings / Site Systems Right-click the site system server name, and then click New Roles. Select Software update point, and then click Next. Specify whether the site server will use a proxy server when connecting to the software update point, and then click Next. Select Use this server as the active software update point, and then specify the port settings configured for the WSUS Web site on this site system. Specify the synchronization source for the active software update point using one of the following settings: like Synchronize from Microsoft Update or Synchronize from an upstream update server Keep the default setting Do not create WSUS reporting events, and then click Next Specify whether to synchronize software updates on a schedule by selecting Enable synchronization on a schedule For which the Updated software will be occur at the same time, update the classifications and then press ok. For which the Updated software will be will be occur at the same time, Specify the products and then press ok. To Observe the installation process for the Updated software, the path is Open Logs SUPSetup.log in, After completion of Installation, it will be written into log file. To confirm that the link to the WSUS server was completed successfully, the path is Open Logs WCM.log.
To create a scheduled backup task, expand the Site Settings node and expand the Site Maintenance node, click on Tasks. For Manual backup – Start SMS_SITE_BACKUP service
Client Push Installation, Software update point-based installation, Group Policy Installation, Logon Script Installation, Manual Installation, Upgrade Installation (software Distribution)
It enables administrators to deploy the latest Microsoft product updates to computers that are running the Windows operating system.
This is required a component of software updates, and after it is installed, the SUP is displayed as a site system role in the Configuration Manager console. The software update point site system role must be created on a site system server that has Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 installed.
Instead of BITS, Client computer uses server message blocks (SMB). It helps to control the bandwidth throttling between distribution points and client computers. BITS-enabled distribution point and is interrupted, it can be started where it left off.

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Duration: 30
Lectures: 47
Level: Beginner

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