1 - Module 1: Review of Endpoint Configuration Manager Concepts
Architecture of a Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager 2203 InstallationManaging AssetsContent Delivery and ManagementSecurity, Monitoring, and Remote Management
2 - Module 2: Managing Resources
Implementing DiscoveryOrganizing Resources with CollectionsWorking with Boundaries
3 - Module 3: Working with Clients
Installing the Configuration Manager ClientManaging Client SettingsManaging Client OperationsMonitoring Client Status
4 - Module 4: Distributing Software
Configure the Software Distribution ComponentsWorking with Distribution PointsCreating Content for DistributionDeploying Software Applications
5 - Module 5: Updating Systems with WSUS and ECM
Integrating Configuration Manager and WSUSManaging Updates through Software Update GroupsCreating and Deploying Update PackagesWorking with Automatic Deployment Rules
6 - Module 6: How PowerShell Can Manage Compliance Settings
Creating Compliance Settings ObjectsDeploying Configuration Baselines
7 - Module 7: Configuring Operating System Deployment Objects
Preparing the OSD EnvironmentWorking with Task Sequences
8 - Module 8: Working at the Site Level
Modify the SiteAdding Site System RolesAdding a Secondary Site
9 - Module 9: Security and Monitoring
Configuring Role Based AdministrationImplementing Endpoint ProtectionConfiguring Monitoring Options
10 - Module 10: Using PowerShell Scripting to Automate Tasks
Review of Scripting ConstructsIntroduction to the Configuration Manager WMI Classes
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is intended for IT professionals who need to manage the day-to-day environment of an SCCM 1802 or newer environment. Knowledge of the workings of a standalone primary SCCM site and basic PowerShell experience is recommended.
Basic Windows and Active Directory knowledge.
Conceptual knowledge of Configuration Manager objects and how they interact.
Basic experience performing configuration tasks in SCCM using the graphical console.
Experience working from a command prompt.
Basic knowledge of the fundamentals of Windows PowerShell.