This is an oldie but a goodie if you're faced with the decision of how to roll out your ConfigMgr 2007 clients. You can view the webcast on-demand and you can also listen via a podcast in either WMA or MP3 format.
Successfully implementing Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager requires detailed planning, and it is important to understand that planning process. While System Center Configuration Manager 2007 is very similar to Microsoft Systems Management Server, there are a few new issues you need to take into consideration when planning for and deploying System Center Configuration Manager 2007 clients effectively. Once deployment of the System Center Configuration Manager 2007 site is complete, it is necessary to prepare the infrastructure for deploying and upgrading clients. In this session, we cover the various methods of deploying clients in System Center Configuration Manager 2007. We discuss the prerequisites, in addition to the new client deployment methods that you need to know about to execute a successful deployment.
Presenter: Wally Mead, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Wally Mead has been with Microsoft for 15 years, starting in the Microsoft University training group, where he began working on the initial release of Microsoft Systems Management Server version 1.0. Wally now works in the Systems Management Server product group, engaging with Microsoft Technology Adoption Program (TAP) customers to test beta versions of Systems Management Server and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager in their production environments.
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