Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a Windows product that enables administrators to manage the deployment and security of devices and applications across an enterprise. Administrators also commonly use SCCM for endpoint protection. SCCM is part of the Microsoft System Center systems management suite.
Core features of Microsoft SCCM
Some core features in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager include:
- Windows management- To keep pace with updates to Windows 10.
- Endpoint protection- To provide identification and malware protection.
- Reporting- To present information on users, hardware, software, applications, and software updates.
- Operating system (OS) deployment- To distribute operating systems to devices in an enterprise.
- Software update management- This allows users administrators to deliver and manage updates to devices across an enterprise.
- Application delivery-, Which allows administrators to deliver an application to all devices across an enterprise.
- Health monitoring- Which shows client health and activities in the console, and can alert users if health statistics decrease past a specified level.
Several key features of System Center Configuration Manager help administrators address the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend in the enterprise, including user-centric management. End users can search for applications with a self-service software center and specify times when installations and upgrades take place. IT administrators can install applications in different ways on different devices. For example, as a native application on a primary device or as a Remote Desktop Services app or App-V program on a tablet. SCCM also includes role-based access control (RBAC), which enhances system security by only showing end users the interface elements that apply to their specific roles as defined by Active Directory.
SCCM Consulting Services
Systems management software for managing large numbers of computers running multiple operating systems and applications.
- Help with the frequent updates required to maintain security and version updates
- Develop a program to get a monthly cadence for distributing updates
- Understanding the of conflicting reports coming from SCCM
- Verify accuracy before starting the deployment
- How to properly initiate Client Notification Actions
- Troubleshooting (DRS) Database Replication Service within SCCM
- Proactively fixing client issues
- Fixing failed deployments so you can move on to other more important tasks
- Fixing ConfigMgr problems
- Integrate third-party add-ins(like Ivanti) for third-party updates
- Support Wake on Lan(WOL) patching
- Maintenance Windows feature to prevent Servers restart during business hours
- Updates Windows 10 image during the build process that way your workstation will always have the latest security updates
- Integrate with Power BI for better reporting