Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (SCCM) allows administrators to manage large groups of clients and devices across multiple sites and even the internet.

Providing features such as remote control, patch management, software distribution, operating system deployment, network access protection, compliancy configuration and inventory, it gives you the ability to fully administer all of your endpoints.

Infrastructure

Install Primary, Secondary and Central Administration Site Hierarchies
Install and Optimise Microsoft SQL Server
Configure Boundaries and Boundary Groups
Configure Discovery Methods
Create Device and User Collections
Configure Maintenance Windows
Install Distribution Points
Distribute and Manage Content
Enable BranchCache and Peer Cache
Manage and Customise Security Roles
Configure Security Scopes
Define Administrative Users
Configure and Tune Site Maintenance Tasks
Back Up and Recover Sites
Configure Updates and Servicing
Monitor Site and Component Status
Review Log Files

Inventory

Deploy the Configuration Manager Client Software and Configure Settings
Monitor Client Status and Health
Configure and Manage Hardware and Software Inventory
Enable and Configure Software Metering
Configure and Manage Asset Intelligence
Configure Reporting Services Points and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
Construct Reports With Report Builder
Create and Configure Data and Status Message Queries

Applications

Create and Deploy Applications and Packages
Manage Application Requirements, Supersedence and Removal
Deploy PowerShell Scripts
Configure App-V Virtual Environments
Deploy App-V Virtual Applications
Configure Sideloading and Deploy APPX Applications
Deploy Microsoft Store, Microsoft Store for Business and Web Applications
Create, Customise and Deploy Office 365 Click-to-Run Packages

Operating Systems

Plan Operating System Deployment (OSD) Scenarios and Methods
Configure Driver Packages
Create and Customise Boot Images
Create and Configure Standard and MDT Task Sequences
Deploy and Capture Operating System Images
Configure User State Migration
Integrate Upgrade Readiness With Desktop Analytics
Create Upgrade Packages and Task Sequences
Configure Servicing Plans
Configure Windows Update for Business Policies
Enable, Configure and Synchronise Software Update Points
Create Software Update Groups and Deployment Packages
Configure Automatic Deployment Rules
Configure Software Update Deployment Rings
Determine Software Update Compliance
Deploy Software Updates to Operating System Images
Construct Configuration Items With Remediation
Create Configuration Baselines
Analyse Compliance Reports
Configure Endpoint Protection Points and Client Settings
Configure, Deploy and Manage Endpoint Protection Policies
Monitor Endpoint Protection
Create Endpoint Protection Alerts

Scope

Create and Configure Cloud-Based Distribution Points
Implement Cloud Management Gateways
Configure Systems to Support Internet-Based Client Management (IBCM)
Implement PKI for Site Systems, Clients and On-Premises MDM
Configure On-Premises MDM and Manage Mobile Devices
Manage Mobile Devices With the Exchange Server Connector
Configure Hybrid Azure AD Join and Auto-Enrolment for Windows 10 Devices
Enable SCCM and Intune Co-Management
Configure Device Configuration, Compliance and Conditional Access Policies

If you are interested in discussing Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager options, then please feel free to get in touch for a no-obligation conversation by using any of the methods below:

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