How Microsoft uses System Center Configuration Manager

How Microsoft uses System Center Configuration Manager

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image Have you ever wondered how Microsoft uses Configuration Manager?  Well wonder no more, there’s a detailed write up on everything from developing the business case to using some of the more advanced features as part of our IT Showcase.  Here you’ll find Microsoft IT's early adopter experiences, best experiences, and lessons learned from their own deployments of System Center Configuration Manager within their global enterprise. The specific sections include:

  • How Microsoft IT Developed a Business Case for Configuration Manager 2007
  • Manageability Services at Microsoft (PowerPoint download)
  • Securing the Microsoft Desktop Environment using Patch Management
  • TDM Webcast: Patch Management as a Service at Microsoft
  • Using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to Extend Network Health

    Enjoy!

    J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer

     

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    • Hi,

      Was not sure where to go - but looking for a 'feature request' type page for sccm2007.

      I've recently been trying to boot a 'diagnostics' custom winpe image via sccm. what i've found out through an alternate website is that sccm2007 pxe/winpe is designed specifically for OSD. I do not want to have to put in a 2nd pxe(wds) server and have to deal with managing both of them just to be able to boot my custom winpe image (non-OSD, diagnostics). This surely must be easy to implement in the existing system, either with some modifications, or knowing what to change in the existing system...

      Cheers,

      Jamie