In Configuration Manager 2012 the discovery of users, groups and devices has been improved since Configuration Manager 2007. In this blog I would like to point out the available options that come with Configuration Manager 2012.
This week was a week full of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, first the Configuration Manager day of the Dutch System Center User Group on Wednesday, the missed CEP session about Configuration Manager 2012 RC presented by Adwait Joshi, (because of time change, watched the recording) and the System Center Day of the Belgium System Center User Group today. During the Dutch and Belgium User Group days Configuration Manager Godfather Wally Mead (yeah!) presented the latest about the Release Candidate and lots more! Today let take a look at the changes in the Release Candidate of Configuration Manager 2012.
After a period without any Community Evaluation Program session, another session was held today. This time Eric Orman presented the latest information about the Remote Control feature in Configuration Manager 2012.
While being on holiday I have some time to write another blog in the “The features of Configuration Manager 2012 overview”-series, this time I like to write about some less know features like Out-of-Band Management and Power Management and one of the changed features Remote Control.
It has been a couple of weeks ago that I wrote about the features in Configuration Manager 2012 in general. In this blog I would like to write about the inventory, asset intelligence and software metering features in Configuration Manager 2012. Some nice features that can be used to manage your software and hardware assets and licenses.
One of the major investments in Configuration Manager 2012 is the ability to monitor lots of processes in Configuration Manager 2012. In this blog, part four in the series of the features in Configuration Manager 2012, I would like to point out where the monitoring feature is available in the Configuration Manager Console. Of course you still can use System Center Operations Manager to monitor your Configuration Manager 2012 hierarchy.
In the series about the features of Configuration Manager 2012, earlier blogs mentioned, the new console, client settings, the application model and software center. Let’s talk today about another real nice and new feature within Configuration Manager 2012, Role Based Administration.
The second blog in the series about the features of Configuration Manager 2012 is about the new application model and the new software center which enables the user centricity promise of Configuration Manager 2012.
In my past blogs I wrote about some nice new features of Configuration Manager 2012, in this series of blogs I would like to give you an overview of all the features of Configuration Manager 2012. For people that used versions of SMS or Configuration Manager in the past will probably read some things that they already know, but you’ll never know if you read something new Today we look at the new Configuration Manager 2012 Console and Client Settings. No worries, I will also keep on blogging about technical Configuration Manager 2012 subjects. Read more