Site Hierarchy and Role Enhancements with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

In today's TechNet Radio show, I'm back with Wally Mead, Senior Program Manager on our System Center Client Management team, to dive deeper into the following enhancements in Service Pack 1 for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager:

  • Site Hierarchy Expansion - Standalone Primary to CAS+Primary
  • Merging Independent Site Hierarchies
  • Cloud Services Distribution Points with Windows Azure
  • Support for Multiple Software Update Points

Tune in below as Wally walks us through the details regarding each of these new areas ...

Site Hierarchy and Role Enhancements in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

Stay tuned for future TechNet Radio episodes where Wally will return to discuss other new Service Pack 1 features in detail.

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Comments (2)
  1. KeithMayer says:

    Thanks Quentin!  Yes, sure thing – we have a dedicated episode coming up in a few weeks on Linux and Mac client deployment and management.



  2. Quentin says:

    This is nice – I hope the next videos will go more indepth with SP1's support of non-Windows' OS – such as the Mac and Linux.  It's nice to have this functionality – however, it seems quite difficult to get it setup and running correctly – the Technet articles on the subject are quite convoluting (although well-written).

    So it would be nice to see a demo of configuring these non-Windows' clients…

    Please??  Haha

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