Microsoft SCCM Training Course Institute in Delhi Noida, India

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Netexperts conducts Microsoft SCCM Training Course Institute in Delhi Noida, India.Configuration Manager Administrators those who are responsible for configuring and managing one or more System Center 2012 Configuration Manager sites and all supporting systems, Microsoft SCCM 2012 training course is especially developed for them. MCTS System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Boot Camp Training is developed to gain the level of proficiency that can only be taught by the hands-on labs and exposure by getting real-world application skills. Upon successful completion of Microsoft SCCM 2012 training course, participants will have earned an official Microsoft certification and fortify the capability to successfully plan and deploy a System Center 2012 Configuration Manager hierarchy.

The Microsoft SCCM Training Course Institute in Delhi Noida, India provide vast knowledge on deploy the central administration site, primary & secondary sites and all associated site systems. Our intensive hands-on Microsoft SCCM 2012 training enables one with valuable knowledge and skills that help to better perform directly in one job role.

Netexperts is one of the Microsoft SCCM Training Course Institute in Delhi Noida, India. At Netexperts SCCM 2012 Training is conducted during day time classes, weekend classes, evening batch classes and fast track training classes.

Microsoft SCCM Course Training Duration

Microsoft SCCM Course Training Duration

Track Regular Track Weekend (Sat & Sun)
Duration 30 - 40 Days 6 Weekends
Hours 2 hours a day 3 hours a day

Microsoft SCCM Server Training Course Objectives

  • Understand the new features and functionalities of SCCM 2012
  • Utilize Configuration Manager Console and its associated toolset for managing and troubleshooting sites
  • Implement boundaries and role based administration, and manage device and user collections
  • Understand and configure client deployment methods and processes
  • Deploy applications and software updates
  • Configure clients and monitor client status
  • Understand the inventory collection process to Install and manage software & hardware inventory while monitoring inventory data flow
  • Integrate and deploy Endpoint Protection
  • Create queries and get reports to analyze data
  • Implement data replication and content management
  • Configure and manage internet, mobile devices and cloud based client

Microsoft SCCM Server Training Course Prerequisites

  • A base-level understanding of Systems Management Server 2003.
  • System Administrator–level working knowledge of : Deployment, configuration, and troubleshooting for Windows-based personal computers.
  • TCP/IP networking
  • SQL Server
  • Active Directory
  • Basic Public Key Infrastructure concepts

Why Netexperts Microsoft SCCM Server Training

  • Smart Labs with Real Latest Equipments.
  • Certified Expert Trainers with Real Industry Exposure.
  • Live Project training for better industrial exposure.
  • Free Study Material, PDFs, Video Trainings, Sample Questions, Exam Preparation, Interview Questions, Lab Guides.
  • Course Completion Certificate.
  • Classes for Personality Development & Personal Presentation.
  • Extra Time Slots (E.T.S.) for Practicals(Unlimited), Absolutely Free.
  • The ability to retake the class at no-charge as often as desired.
  • One-on-One attention by instructors.
  • Helps students to take knowledge of complex technical concepts.
  • Hostel Facilities Aavailable near Training Center, including Food.
  • Payment options: Cheque, Cash, Credit Card, Debit card, Net Banking.

Microsoft SCCM Training Course Content

    Design and plan System Center Configuration Manager infrastructure
  • Plan System Center Configuration Manager hierarchy and site system roles
  • Pre-installation requirements, examining the current computing environment, CAS, primary and secondary sites, branch cache, designing and recommending System Center Configuration Manager server architecture, extending the Active Directory schema (DNS service records, WINS), managed providers, discovery methods, and planning migration
  • Plan and configure security
  • PKI or self-signed certificates, HTTP or HTTPs implementation, NAP, FEP, and planning role-based security
  • Define the Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
  • Disaster recovery and site maintenance
  • Preparation resources
  • Planning for Configuration Manager sites and hierarchy
  • Security and privacy for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • Backup and recovery in Configuration
  • Manage operating system deployment (OSD)
  • Configure the OSD environment
  • Configuring WDS, configuring PXE, configuring the VM build environment, and integrating with MDT
  • Build and capture an image
  • Updating base images, task sequences
  • Deploy an image
  • New (bare metal) and upgrade images, VHD deployment
  • Manage images
  • Drivers, servicing
  • Preparation resources
  • Planning for PXE-initiated operating system deployments in Configuration Manager
  • Planning for Deploying operating system images in Configuration Manager
  • Planning for boot image deployments in Configuration Manager
  • Deploy applications and software updates
  • Create an application
  • Defining deployment types, deploying applications to RDSH, MSI, and App-V, and converting a package
  • Deploy an application
  • User device affinity, compliance settings, Software Center, and task sequences
  • Monitor application deployment
  • Resolving issues, managing application distribution points, distribution point groups, Content Library, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), log files, and In Console Monitoring
  • Manage the software library and application catalog
  • Web portal configuration, work schedule, and definition of primary machines for users
  • Create and monitor software updates
  • Automatic Deployment Rules (ADR), SSRS, creating update groups, creating deployment packages, log files, and In Console Monitoring
  • Configure FEP clients by using System Center Configuration Manager
  • Creating and managing policy by using Configuration Manager, configuring definitions within the client policy, exporting from Configuration Manager, choosing which template to use, and select exclusions
  • Preparation resources
  • How to deploy applications in Configuration Manager
  • Software updates in Configuration Manager
  • Configuring Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager
  • Manage compliance settings
  • Build a Configuration Item (CI)
  • Creating a CI, importing a CI, setting CI versioning, and remediation rules
  • Create and monitor a baseline
  • Importing a configuration pack, building a custom baseline, SSRS, log files, In Console Monitoring, deploying a baseline
  • Preparation resources
  • Compliance settings in Configuration Manager
  • How to create Windows configuration items for compliance settings in Configuration Manager
  • How to monitor for compliance settings in Configuration Manager
  • Manage sites
  • Manage collections
  • Setting maintenance windows, defining rules for collections (collection membership, query-based collections), collection-specific settings
  • Monitor site health
  • SSRS, log files, In Console Monitoring, Toolkit
  • Configure software updates
  • Sync schedule, catalogs, products, WSUS, and superseded updates
  • Manage site communications
  • Configuring bandwidth settings for a site address, configuring senders, secondary sites (file-based replication, SQL replication paths), resolving DP connections
  • Manage boundary groups
  • Creating boundary groups, using boundary groups in more than one DP, client roaming, Internet-based clients
  • Manage role-based security
  • Security scopes, custom roles, cloned security roles and permissions
  • Preparation resources
  • Site administration for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • Configuring software updates in Configuration Manager
  • Implementing role-based administration
  • Manage clients
  • Deploy clients
  • GPO, WSUS, logon scripts, manual, client push, OSD task sequence, monitoring client health
  • Manage mobile devices
  • Enrolling mobile devices, Exchange Connector, AMT enrollment point (out-of-band management), and wiping mobile devices
  • Manage client agent settings
  • Desired configuration settings, mobile device client agent, NAP client agent, configuring power management, configuring remote control agent, hardware inventory agent, software inventory agent, software metering agent, advertised programs agent, computer agent
  • Preparation resources
  • Deploying clients for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • System Center: Managing mobile devices
  • Deploying and managing ConfigMgr clients
  • Manage inventory
  • Manage hardware inventory
  • Configuring MOF, export and import settings, enabling or disabling WMI classes, extending hardware inventory to other client assets, WMI or registry reporting
  • Manage software inventory
  • Standardized vendor name, list of tracked inventory, report inventory data, asset intelligence, software metering (enable or disable rules, report software metering results)
  • Monitor inventory data flow
  • Client-to-site, site-to-site
  • Preparation resources
  • Hardware inventory in Configuration Manager
  • Software inventory in Configuration Manager
  • Technical reference for site communications in Configuration Manager
  • Manage reports and queries
  • Build queries
  • Console queries, WQL, sub-selects
  • Create reports
  • Cloning and modifying reports, creating custom reports, import and export reports
  • Manage SSRS
  • Configuring security, configuring caching, configuring subscriptions

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