Hands-on with SCCM

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager17 H 1 M

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  • Installation - Greenfield
    • Overview
    • So You Want to Build a Lab in Hyper-V
    • So You Want to Build a Lab in Azure
    • So You Want to Build a Lab Using Pre-Built VMs
    • Architecture and Site Design Guidance
    • Site Roles
    • Right Sizing, Growth Management for Hardware
    • Prerequisites for Installation
    • Using the SCCM Setup Wizard - Getting Started
    • Using the SCCM Setup Wizard - Finishing Up
    • Spotlight on: Boundaries
  • Client Configuration
    • Client Installation Methods Overview
    • Discovery Methods - Active Directory
    • Discovery Methods - Others
    • Performing Client Installations - 2 Ways
    • How to Configure Client Settings
  • OSD
    • Infrastructure Requirements for OS Deployment
    • Managing Boot Images
    • Managing OS Images
    • Customizing OS Images
    • Managing OS Upgrade Packages
    • Managing Drivers
    • Managing Unknown Computer Deployments
    • Setting up Windows PE Peer Cache
    • OS Deployment Scenarios Overview
    • PXE deploy Windows via Configuration Manager
  • Application Deployment
    • Create Applications
    • Create Packages and Programs
    • Create Global Conditions
    • Create Application Groups
    • Deploy Applications
    • Create Phased Deployments
    • Install Applications for a Device
    • Simulate Application Deployments
    • Create, Run PowerShell Scripts Config Mgr Console
  • Software Updates
    • Prerequisites for Software Updates
    • Install and Configure a Software Update Point
    • Synchronize Software Updates
    • Configure Classifications and Products to Sync
    • Manage Settings for Software Updates
    • Download Software Updates
    • Manually Deploy Software Updates
    • Automatically Deploy Software Updates
    • Working with System Center Updates Publisher
  • Co-Management
    • Spotlight on: Co-Management
  • Reporting
    • Configure Reporting in Configuration Manager
    • Operations and Maintenance for Reporting
  • Maintenance & Troubleshooting
    • SCCM Tools
    • Backup and Recover Sites
    • Monitor Infrastructure
    • Support Center for Configuration Manager
    • CMPivot Real-time Data in Configuration Manager


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

The Hands-on with SCCM show is designed for Enterprise Administrators who take part in evaluating, planning, migrating, deploying, and managing Microsoft Infrastructure using the Microsoft Endpoint Manager product. Microsoft Endpoint Manager is an integrated solution for managing all of your devices. Microsoft now brings together Configuration Manager and Intune, without a complex migration, and with simplified licensing, allowing you to manage your devices anytime and from anywhere, on-prem, in the cloud, or as a hybrid solution.

You're watching ITPro TV. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO] Hello everybody, and welcome to the Hands-On with SCCM Show. My name is Adam Gordon, I'll be your edutainer guide for this experience, and I'm looking forward to spending time with you. But you know what, Parker, something's not quite right. This isn't working for me. You have something for me that's gonna make this look and feel as grand and exciting is we want it to be, what do you have? [SOUND] Ta da, ITPro TV magic. So this is interesting, this is cool, this is exciting. This is your hands-on with SCCM Show. We've changed the way we're gonna be presenting this information to you in this show. The look and feel is gonna be different, the immersive learning experiences are different. I wanted to take this opportunity in the overview episode to just quickly orient you, show you how we're gonna do this and make sure you're comfortable understanding how to navigate successfully. In the talking area in the navigation box below me we're focusing you on the fact that I'm gonna be presenting information to you that is important for you to pay attention to. But also gonna be using most likely PowerPoint in order to be able to do that. As you could see all the show topics, the eight topic blocks we're gonna be presenting are listed here. And traditionally I'll spend a little time explaining something and pointing things out to you when we are talking, cuz talking is important, right? And so you could see the eight topic blocks are pretty extensive. They cover all the major areas that traditionally either people that are just starting out with SCCM, people that already know some or perhaps a lot about areas of SCCM. Or experts, the know-it-all are gonna want to talk about, because we can go in-depth into any one of them. And spend a lot of time showing you how you do the things that make success possible and make your environments easily manageable. But also stable, and over time able to do the things that your business wants you to be able to do with a product like SCCM. So I'm excited to be able to spend time if you going through all of these, and we'll be going through in order. You may not watch the episodes in order, but we going through from installation to client configuration, ultimately operating system deployment application deployment software updating. How we do essentially patch management, co-management, how we link together SCCM Cloud, enable it so that we can link into Azure and in tune to manage Internet-based clients more effectively. How we can use the extensive and powerful built-in reporting capabilities as well as customizing reports. And how when things don't go right we know how to fix them more confident cuz we have the tools necessary to do the job. But we're not just gonna talk, we're also going to do, and when we do we're gonna roll up our SCCM admin sleeves. We're gonna change our environment look and feel, we're gonna be inside of our hands-on Sandbox or play box if you will. We have several episodes that come right after this one that explain to you three different approaches, that let you build out the lab environment. To follow along with me and take full advantage of the immersive experiences will be focusing on in the better part of the show. Probably 90 to 95% of the episodes and make up the show are gonna be in this area focusing on how we do the thing we're talking about. I'm gonna be using virtual machines to show you how to do that. But we're gonna be something a little bit different than we traditionally do. Normally we'll do this essentially live for you at the episode. But because of the time factors involved with SCCM and the fact that a lot of things take a long time to happen, we've shot all of the walkthroughs, all the Hands-On experiences. I'm gonna guide you through ahead of the episodes, and as you can see as I move the mouse around we've recorded them, and I'm gonna be able to play them back to you. And I'm gonna be able to narrate through them and talk to you, and when something happens that I want to focus on I can freeze the playback, explain it to you. We can zoom in and zoom out and spend as much time as we need understanding what's happening. And then when we're done, we always focus on follow-up resources, and follow-up resources allow us to be able to circle back and remind you not just of what we've seen, what we've done. But also the things that I put together for you to really round out that learning experience and make it truly something that is portable. You can take with you take back to work, but also that you could consume on demand and at your own skill set, own level, own comfort level. And so those include things like a PowerPoint deck if there is one, certainly detailed show notes, and you know I'm famous for those. You're gonna see a lot of them, and of course me as your guide and your resource first and foremost, and you can connect to me at any point in time. Now the thing you may have noticed it's new about this in terms of the look and the feel and the approach is that we have a graphic right down below there. The installation graphic is the one pointing up under follow-up resource. It's always visually can orient you to which of the topic blocks we're in for the episodes you're watching. And finally, this will be a single person show. You're not gonna see any of my very talented co-workers and edutainers popping in the way you do normally. I'm gonna be your guide and we're gonna spend a lot of time getting to know each other, and making sure that your experiences are as great as they need to be. For you to be not only astounded and excited about SCCM, but to understand the complexities in a way that allows you to translate that into success. Until I see you in the next follow-up episodes, happy SCCM-ing. >> Thank you for watching ITPro TV. [BLANK_AUDIO]