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About the SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) ::

About the SCCM ::

SCCM Means – System Center Configuration Manager. Previously Know as SMS also known as Configuration Manager (SCCM). it is a Deployment tool from a Microsoft.

Microsoft SCCM has a great infrastructure to manage desktops and their applications. But, one of the limitations of SCCM is its inability to patch non Microsoft applications. This is a source of inconvenience for IT administrators as they have to work with multiple patch management tools in order to update all business applications in the network, making this task highly time consuming.

Advantages of  SCCM ::

Advantages of SCCM background software installations:

1. No actions are necessary by the user when software installs.
2. SCCM allows automatic pushes by system administrators, eliminating the need to convince all users to install it.
3. SCCM software pushes can be scheduled, allowing periodic software updates and upgrades while taking the user out of the loop. This eliminates dependence on user actions for network and computer system security.
4. SCCM software pushes are compatible with ultra-secure computers, such as those with Windows Vista.
5. Installation of software requires users to request it, which reduces license consumption by those users who install everything available in case it is needed.
6. SCCM installation controls ensure that no one installs unapproved software versions if external installation websites are blocked, such as Java Sun and Microsoft Installer websites. When used in conjunction with a locked desktop environment, in which users cannot install anything except the available SCCM server software, the risk of users installing infected and unofficial software versions of popular tools is greatly reduced if not impossible.

Top 11 Reasons Why We Should Use the Configuration Manager 2012 For Managing Software Updates  ::

  1. One Client:

    The ConfigMgr client controlling all installations on a computer, both software updates and application installations. No more “Another installation is already running errors”. When ConfigMgr installs a software update to a c client Software distribution is paused to avoid these situations. When using a standalone WSUS the ConfigMgr client and WSUS client often tries to install software updates at the same time, which results in an error which is a hazard both for the end user and to the IT department. This is the one thing that many don’t think about but I think is one of the most important once.

  2. Reporting:

    There are many built-in reports for Software Update Compliance, troubleshooting and details. The reports combined with all the other information ConfigMgr holds about your clients in your environment you can easily create really powerful and customized reports that you need in your environment.

  3. Unified Management / One console to rule them all:

    When using Configuration Manager 2012 for Software Updates as well as all other features in Configuration Manager 2012 like Application Management, OSD, Settings Management, inventory and now also Endpoint Protection you will have a single management console for you environment.

  4. Maintenance Windows:

    Maintenance Windows can be used to control when changes are allowed to be made to a specific systems. This means that you deploy the update once and then based on Maintenance Windows the updates are installed and the servers are rebooted according to the deployment.

  5. Scheduling:

    In Configuration Manager 2012 we have much more available options when it comes to scheduling an update and in combination with Maintenance Windows it is truly powerful.

  6. One Infrastructure:

    The actual software update files are downloaded from the local DP and not the WSUS/SUP server. This means that you will not need a separate WSUS infrastructure and the updates are downloaded from the DP which minimizes the WAN impact for remote sites.

  7. Automatic deployment rules:

    This isn’t really a benefit compared to WSUS, but as it is a new feature of Configuration Manager 2012 I will still add it to the list. It is possible to automatically approve updates, download them and distribute them to the DP’s automatically, just as you would in WSUS.

  8. System Center Updates Publisher:

    You can use System Center Updates Publisher to both download vendors catalog’s with updates like Adobe, HP and Dell and to publish your own updates into the WSUS DB and deploy them as updates in Configuration Manager 2012.

  9. OS deployment integration:

    A built-in task is available and can be used to deploy software updates from Configuration Manager during the OS deployment in the Task Sequence.

  10. End user experience:

    Software center is used for all end-user interaction, dialogs shown to the user all have the same look, making it easier for end user to understand what is happening.

  11. Targeting:
    Using query based collections we get really powerful options for targeting. We can dynamically create a collection based on any value that exists in the database for instance divide all clients based on the last number in the computer name, and deploy software updates to computers with odd computers on one day and all with even numbers the day after. Spreading the load and the risk automatically.

  12. Offline Servicing of Images:

    If you use ConfigMgr 2012 for managing your Software Updates you can use the built in feature to do offline servicing on you OS Images,  which means that you can install OS related Software Updates in the image without rebuilding the image. This will reduce the number of times you have to rebuild the image.

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