SCCM 2019 Certification Training

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Duration :  25 Days

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Both seasoned experts and newbies who are interested in learning how to administer, maintain, and troubleshoot a Microsoft SCCM environment are welcome to enroll in our SCCM course. Our emphasis on practical education will ensure that you fully grasp the technical aspects of SCCM and are able to apply your newly acquired skills in the real world as you pursue rewarding work opportunities. Enrol right away to get certified.

SCCM Training Course Syllabus

Overview of System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

✔ Introduction to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

✔ Overview of System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Architecture

✔ Overview of the Configuration Manager Site System Roles

✔ Overview of the Configuration Manager Optional Site System Roles

✔ Overview of Configuration Manager Deployment Scenarios

✔ Overview of the Configuration Manager Client

Planning and Deploying a Stand-Alone Primary Site

✔ Planning a Configuration Manager Stand-Alone Primary Site Deployment

✔ Preparing to Deploy a Configuration Manager Primary Site

✔ Installing a Configuration Manager Site Server

✔ Tools for Monitoring and Troubleshooting a Configuration Manager Site

✔ Exploring CDB and PDB databases

Discovering and Organizing Resources

✔ Configuring Boundaries and Boundary Groups

✔ Configuring Resources Discovery

✔ Configuring User and Device Collections

✔ Configuring Role-Based Administration

Managing the Configuration Manager Client Agent

✔ Overview of the Configuration Manager Client Agent

✔ Deploying Configuration Manager Client Agents

✔ Managing Client Settings in Configuring Manager

✔ Monitoring and Configuring Client Status

Managing Inventory and Software Metering

✔ Overview of Inventory Collection

✔ Configuring Hardware Inventory

✔ Configuring Software Inventory

✔ Managing Inventory Collection

✔ Configuring Asset Intelligence

✔ Configuring Software Metering

Querying and Reporting Data

✔ Introduction to Queries

✔ Managing Queries

✔ Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services

Managing Software Deployments by Using Packages and Programs

✔ Configuring Software Distribution

✔ Configuring Packages and Programs

✔ Distributing Content to Distribution Points

✔ Deploying Programs to Configuration Manager Clients`q

Creating and Deploying Applications

✔ Overview of Application Management

✔ Creating Applications

✔ Deploying Applications

✔ Managing Applications

Deploying and Managing Software Updates

✔ Overview of Software Updates

✔ Preparing the Configuration Manager Site for Software Updates

✔ Managing Software Updates

✔ Configuring Automation Deployment Rules

✔ Monitoring and Troubleshooting Software Updates

Implementing Endpoint Protection by Using System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

✔ Overview of Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager

✔ Configuring and Monitoring Endpoint Protection Policies

Managing Operating System Deployment

✔ Overview of Operating System Deployment

✔ Preparing the Site for Operating System Deployment

✔ Capturing an Operating System Image

✔ Deploying an Operating System

Managing Compliance Settings and profiles

✔ Overview of Compliance Settings

✔ Configuring Compliance Settings

✔ Viewing Compliance Results

✔ Creating Profiles

Mobile Device Management Using SCCM

✔ Overview of Mobile Device Management

✔ Managing Mobile Devices by using the Windows Intune Connector

✔ Deploying Application to Mobile Devices

Configuring Wake On LAN, Power Management, and Remote Control

✔ Configuring Wake On LAN

✔ Overview of Out-of-Band Management

✔ Configuring Power Management Settings

✔ Configuring Remote Control

Maintaining and Monitoring System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

✔ Overview of Configuration Manager 2012 Site Maintenance

✔ Performing Backup and Recovery of a Configuration Manager 2012 Site

✔ Monitoring Configuration Manager 2012 Site Systems

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SCCM Training FAQ'S

What is SCCM?

A software management group includes SCCM, System Centre Configuration Manager, and ConfigMgr. Microsoft created and established it. It enables users to manage computers that are powered by Windows, Linux, or macOS.

What are called SCCM boundaries?

Customers are able to access a certain system centre in 2007 thanks to SCCM boundaries. The boundary should be distinct for every site. IP subnet, Active Directory site names, IP ranges, and the IPv6 prefix are all included.

What are SCCM Site Roles?

There are various SCCM Site Roles, and different SCCM site servers can have different types of Site System Roles.

Avoid mentioning site roles that you can’t explain. The easy and most important ones are MP, DP, and SUP.

  • Management Point (MP)
  • Distribution Point (DP)
  • Software Update Point (SUP)
  • SMS Provider
  • Service Connection Point
Difference between Site System and Site Server Roles in SCCM?

This is again a tricky question from the SCCM interviewer. So the person wanted to know how well you know the SCCM hierarchy.

Start answering the question with examples and then elaborate on each point as discussed in the above questions:

  • Site Servers are -> CAS, Primary Server, and Secondary Server.
  • Site System Servers are -> MP, DP, SUP, etc…

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