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SCCM 2007

System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Virtual Labs :
What’s coming in ConfigMgr
ConfigMgr – Prerequisites Before Installation
Using Configuration Manager 2007 to Perform Your Most Common and  Critical Desktop Management Tasks
Installing SQL Server on a Server other than the ConfigMgr Primary
Installing SQL 2005 SP2 Local to the ConfigMgr Primary Server
In-Place Upgrade of SMS 2003 SP3 with the ITMU to ConfigMgr Mixed Mode
Configuring PKI and Installing ConfigMgr in Native Mode
How to Properly Upgrade from ConfigMgr Base to SP1
First Steps After ConfigMgr Installation
Deploying and Configuring a Secondary Site
How to Deploy the ConfigMgr Client to Target Machines
How to Remove the ConfigMgr Client
Deploying System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Deploying Windows 7 Operating System Images Using System Center Configuration Manager 2007
Determining Client Health in Configuration Manager 2007 R2
Generating Asset Intelligence Data with Configuration Manager 2007
Implementing Branch Distribution Points in System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Implementing Desired Configuration Management in System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Implementing Maintenance Windows for Software Distribution in System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Integrating Application Virtualization into Configuration Manager 2007 R2
Integrating SQL Server Reporting Services into Configuration Manager 2007 R2
Introduction to System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Managing Custom Application Updates using Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Managing Microsoft Updates with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Upgrading SMS 2003 SP2 to System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
Upgrading System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to Service Pack 1
Configuring Configuration Manager 2007 Security including PKI TechNet

System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Webcast’s/ Video Tutorials :

Configuration Manager SP1 and R2 Overview (Level 300) Level 300
Deploying and Upgrading to ConfigMgr (Part 1 of 2) Level 300
Deploying and Upgrading to ConfigMgr (Part 2 of 2) Level 300
Deploying Operating Systems with ConfigMgr (Part 1 of 2) Level 300 – With John Baker
Deploying Operating Systems with ConfigMgr (Part 2 of 2) Level 300 – With John Baker
Deploying Operating Systems with ConfigMgr (Part 1 of 2) Level 300 – With Keith Combs
Deploying Operating Systems with ConfigMgr (Part 2 of 2) Level 300 – With Keith Combs
Deploying Operating Systems with ConfigMgr 2007 Level 300 – With Ravi Kiran Chintalapudi
Deploying ConfigMgr 2007 Level 200
Deploying ConfigMgr 2007 Clients Level 300
Desired Configuration Management in ConfigMgr 2007 Level 300
Introduction to ConfigMgr 2007 Level 200
Lite Touch Installation Using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Level 200
New License Options for ConfigMgr 2007 Level 100
New Tools to Streamline the Imaging and Deployment Process in Windows Server 2008 Level 300
Optimizing Desktop Management with ConfigMgr and Microsoft Soft Grid Application Virtualization Level 300
Overview of ConfigMgr 2007 Level 300
Software Distribution with ConfigMgr Level 300
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit – Zero Touch Screencast
SCUP – Installation Video
SCUP – Finding, Managing & Importing Catalogs
An Introduction to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Tools (Level 200) Level 200
Software Update Management with ConfigMgr Level 300
ConfigMgr: The Datacenter Level 300
Zero Touch Installation Using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and ConfigMgr 2007 Level 200
 
        More Links will be posted Soon!
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2 Responses to “SCCM 2007”

  1. Zaheer said

    Hi Eswar – I Have been going thru your site, followed some technets..am kinda lost..can you please guide me on this, i need to understand SCCM 2007 & 2012 from the srart and how MDT integrates with the same, virtual Labs.etc could you please refer me some links or books which i can follow step by step as a guide and can practice the same in the LAB. awaiting your response. Thanks

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