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  • Blog Post: Configuration Manager 2012: Content Management

    As we have stated, simplified administration is a key pillar in the Configuration Manager 2012 release. Continuing down the path of simplicity, lets talk about some changes to managing content in your infrastructure. In this post we are going to cover the Distribution Point Groups, the new content distribution...
  • Blog Post: Configuration Manager 2012: Content Prestaging and Remote Content Distribution

    A follow up to the blog on Distribution Points, we have many new features surrounding content distribution and distribution points. This post will walk through the end to end scenario of prestaging content on a distribution point. Today in configuration Manager 2007 we have a few different tools that...
  • Blog Post: Configuration Manager 2012: Content Monitoring and Validation

    In the last blog we covered Distribution Point Groups and the new ways to distribute and manage content. In this post we are going to cover monitoring the compliance of content and a new feature to validate content in the Configuration Manager 2012 infrastructure. After reading this blog, you will be...
  • Blog Post: Configuration Manager 2012: PXE Setup and Boot Image Management

    In a previous post, I talked a little about the changes to the distribution point and integration of PXE services. In this post I want to go into some more details and the setup and management of PXE service starting in Configuration Manager 2012 Beta 2. Initial Setup of PXE services: As I mentioned...
  • Blog Post: Configuration Manager 2012: Distribution Points and PXE Services

    In Configuration Manager 2012, unify infrastructure and simplify administration are two of the three key pillars of the release (the third is user empowerment). In keeping with those pillars, we have updated both the distribution point and PXE service point to make it easier to use and deploy. To explain...