The Configuration Manager writing team is very excited to announce the release of the following SuperFlows:
- Software Updates Synchronization SuperFlow: Provides the detailed dataflow for the software updates synchronization process, additional resources related to software updates synchronization, and troubleshooting information.
- SuperFlow for Configuring Software Updates: Provides detailed steps that help you to plan for and configure software updates at a site. This SuperFlow also includes troubleshooting information and additional resources that you can use to learn more about configuring software updates in Configuration Manager 2007.
- Software Update Deployment SuperFlow: Provides information that helps you to prepare for and deploy software updates after you configure the software updates infrastructure and synchronize software updates.
- SuperFlow for Creating SRS Report Models in Configuration Manager 2007: Provides detailed steps that you can use to create a SQL Server Reporting Services report model in Configuration Manager 2007.
A complete list of the Configuration Manager SuperFlows and links to the download location for each is available at: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=183297.
What is a SuperFlow?
The SuperFlow interactive content model provides a structured and interactive interface for viewing documentation. Each SuperFlow includes comprehensive information about a specific Configuration Manager 2007 dataflow, workflow, or process. Depending on the focus of the SuperFlow, you will find overview information, steps that include detailed information, procedures, sample log entries, best practices, real-world scenarios, troubleshooting information, security information, animations, or other information. Each SuperFlow also includes links to relevant resources, such as Web sites or local files that are copied to your computer when you install the SuperFlow.
Your feedback makes a difference!
We want to continue to improve the SuperFlow content model and your feedback continues to be a critical part of the process. A feedback icon is available and I encourage everyone to use the link to tell us what you think. For anyone attending MMS 2010, check out one of the System Center Content Architecture and Innovation focus groups where you will have an opportunity to provide feedback about the SuperFlows.
– Doug Eby
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