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We are pleased to let you know about a new style of courseware available for Configuration Manager.
This course will take you down the path of understanding how Configuration Manager 2007 can be used to perform common tasks such as Operating System deployment, software distribution and update, asset tracking and intelligence, client health reporting and management, security, and network access protection.
On this site, there are various formats of training such as online labs, videos and articles focused on the different capabilities of ConfigMgr.
You can access the training material here.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
I see most of the links are pointing to either standard configuration Manger 2007 product site. Some video/onlines labs point to some other topic of SCCM than what is mentioned in the page
I guess some kind of cross check to ensure all links are placed corect would help, on the training page and its http links
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