Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Advanced Deployment

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Packt Publishing Ltd, Sep 25, 2014 - Computers - 290 pages
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If you are an experienced Configuration Manager administrator looking to advance your career or get more from your current environment, then this book is ideal for you. Prior experience of deploying and managing a Configuration Manager site would be helpful in following the examples throughout this book.
 

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The Book is really well written. I am working as an SMS\SCCM administrator from past 7 years and there are still lot of things i picked up from this book. As the topic suggest, this book is written for Advanced Engineers and beginner might find little hard to comprehend few topics. Overall, a fantastic effort. Congratulation to the writer and publishing company. 

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Very good resource for in-depth straight forward instructions to achieve specific tasks as well high level overview of the technology.
Best practice for adding drivers and components to boot images
was very helpful in Chapter 7 deploying windows 8.1 and Windows server 2012 R2. Maintaining Drivers library is a very good scenario for people maintaining many models of hardware. Configuration compliance is one of the most useful components of SCCM. Case based examples in Chapter 10 are very useful for someone new to the Compliance discovery, detection and remediation.
Bring your own device strategy and how it is covered in SCCM is explained in detail.
 

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Martyn Coupland is a senior consultant at Inframon, which is a UK System Center consultancy company. He specializes in client and cloud technologies, but he also has knowledge of the whole System Center suite and spends time with customers, helping them design and implement System Center solutions. He has a background in support, and his career, like many others, started on the service desk in IT, performing first line support. Apart from his experience with System Center, Martyn also has experience in programming languages such as C# and web programming languages such as PHP, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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