Join us for a day of System Center Configuration Manager 2012 with Wally Mead


Short days and dark nights might seem like ages away, but they’ll come round fast, so mark this event on in your diary now. On 4 November the Windows Management User Group (WMUG) will be presenting a day of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) with Wally Mead, Senior Program from Microsoft in Redmond. One of the most knowledgeable SCCM people you could wish to meet, Wally's planning a day rammed full of information, hints and tips. With giveaways and plenty of opportunities for networking with your fellow WMUG members, this is a day not to be missed.

Register here and view the agenda below.




What is System Center Configuration Manager?

System Center Configuration Manager assesses, deploys, and updates servers, client computers, and devices-across physical, virtual, distributed, and mobile environments


Configuration Manager 2012 Overview and What’s new since beta 2

Configuration Manager 2012 is close to being released as a product. This session will describe (and demonstrate) some of the new features from Configuration Manager 2007, as well as some of the changes implemented from the Beta 2 version you may have played with.




Migration to Configuration Manager 2012

With the impending release of Configuration Manager 2012, you need to know how to move from your current Configuration Manager 2007 environment to the new Configuration Manager 2012 product. This session will demonstrate the migration process and what you can do to prepare for your own migration.


Overview of the Configuration Manager 2012 Application Model

Configuration Manager 2012 software distribution takes a large leap in functionality with the new application model. This session will discuss the benefits of application management over software distribution packages, and how to use the new application model for application management.




Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager 2012

Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection is now integrated into Configuration Manager 2012. This session will show you how to implement FEP 2012 into Configuration Manager 2012.





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