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The good folks over on the Windows Embedded blog just posted a great article on using ConfigMgr to manage various embedded devices. If you work with this stuff then I think you'll find it pretty helpful. I have their intro and a link below:
Change management scenarios of embedded devices are sometimes much harder to handle than those of corporate desktops. This is especially true when you consider the way users interact with devices. System Center offers a control panel applet users and administrators can use for local interaction with the Configuration Manager infrastructure. This works fine for Windows Embedded Standard Devices as long as they run explorer shell the same way corporate desktops do. If embedded devices run their own shell....
To continue reading see http://blogs.msdn.com/embedded/archive/2009/02/10/advanced-system-center-configuration-manager-sccm-software-deployment-scenarios.aspx
J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer
I’ve you’ve got embedded devices in your environment that you need to manage with ConfigMgr then you