What is System Center Configuration Manager 2012

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 is really good solution for your organization. You can use Microsoft systems center configuration manager to deploy operating systems, software application, and software updates, monitor and remediate computers
for compliance settings, collecting software and hardware inventory and of course remotly administrator computers

You can collect information daily, weekly or monthly and save them in a Microsoft SQL Server which allows you to run queries and prepare a report that shows you what’s going on your organization. Configuration Manager 2012  manages a wide range of Microsoft platform
that includes operating systems, client platforms, server platforms and mobile devices.

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 use different technologies to helps us to manage our system easily. For example,VMI, BITS, WSUS, NAP, WDS, USMT, WAIK and Brachcache.

To be an good administrator with Configuration Manager 2012, you must first have good plan to deploy it. Before you use Configuration Manager in a production environment, you have to perfomt it test area. If you deploy Configuration Manager 2012 in production area with good plan and after then manage it, SCCM 2012 can reduce your administrative overhead and you can save your time with using it.

There are a lot of differences between configuration Manager 2007 and Configuration Manager 2012. the most important new feature is Central Administrative Site that not primary site but it is used for communication between primary sites on your organization and reporting. Central Administrative Site does not support clients or client data.

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