So now that we are finished with configuring and preparing the integration of the ENGL Driver Manager 3.0 with Configuration Manager 2012 it is time to look at the real integration
In the earlier blog about the ENGL Driver Manager we looked at the installation of ENGL Driver Manager and the gathering Hardware Inventory information which we need for managing the drivers. Now we will have a look at the preparation for integrating the ENGL Driver Manager with Configuration Manager 2012.
A couple of weeks ago ENGL released the 3.0 version of their Driver Manager with support for MDT 2012 and Configuration Manager 2012. Earlier versions where very helpful in Configuration Manager or MDT environments, so let’s see how the Driver Manager is integrating with Configuration Manager 2012 and can help Configuration Manager admins managing the drivers in their Configuration Manager environment. Read more
One of the nicest features in System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 is the capability of deploying Operating Systems (OS). You are able to deploy several different versions of the Windows OS. From Windows XP to Windows 7 and from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008R2. While planning for the deployment of an OS, we can address the following scenarios:
In this movie I would like to show the New Computer Scenario in a Zero-touch way. To be able to build this scenario we brought the following products together:
Managing device drivers when deploying Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 in your environment is always a lot of fun, not! For existing or new hardware you always need to identify and download the drivers from the site of the hardware manufacturer or the site of Microsoft and import them into SCCM 2007 R3.
Since September last year ENGL released a Driver Manager for SCCM 2007. With the Driver Manager you are able to automatically detect the hardware, download the corresponding drivers and create a driver package in SCCM. In this blog I will look at the ENGL Driver Manager for SCCM. Read more