SCCM 2016 Administration


Course Title: SCCM 2016 Administration

Course Duration: 75 Hours


PART A: Prerequisites

Course Duration: 30 Hours


Course Outline


1.  Networking


Introduction to Networking, OSI Model, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, IPv4 addressing, Sub netting, CIDR, IPv6 addressing, VLAN, STP, Switching and Routing


2. Windows Server Administration


Editions of Windows server 2016, installing windows Server 2016,  Installing and configuring ADDS, DNS, DHCP, WDS and  WSUS, Monitoring the performance of the server.


3. Microsoft SQL Server for SCCM


SQL Server Contents:

SSMS and SQL Server Database Engine, Creating DB Tables & Inserting Data into the tables, Primary Key and Foreign Key, Basic Select Commands, Aggregate Functions with SELECT Command, Group By Clause using Single and Multiple Columns, Difference Between WHERE and HAVING Clause, Inner Join, Subselect Commands

SSRS Topics:

Installation SSRS, SQL Server DB Engine , Visual Studio, Explaining the Architectural Connection between SSRS and SQL Server DB Engine by configuring SSRS, Create a report by using Report Builder, Report Deployment.


4.  Microsoft PowerShell


Installing the modules in PowerShell, PowerShell Basic commands, PowerShell Scripting


PART B: Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2016

Course Duration: 45 hours


1. Managing computers and mobile devices in the enterprise


Overview of systems management by using enterprise management solutions. Overview of the Configuration Manager architecture. Overview of the Configuration Manager administrative tools. Tools for monitoring and troubleshooting a Configuration Manager site


2. Analyzing data using queries, reports, and CMPivot


Introduction to queries. Configuring SQL Server Reporting Services. Analyzing the real-time state of a device by using CMPivot


3. Preparing the Configuration Manager management infrastructure


Configuring boundaries and boundary groups. Configuring resource discovery. Organizing resources using device and user collections


4. Deploying and managing the Configuration Manager client


Overview of the Configuration Manager client. Deploying the Configuration Manager client. Configuring and monitoring client status. Managing client settings and performing management operations.


5. Managing inventory for PCs and applications


Overview of inventory collection. Configuring hardware and software inventory. Managing inventory collection. Configuring software metering. Configuring and managing Asset Intelligence.


6. Distributing and managing content used for deployments


Preparing the infrastructure for content management. Distributing and managing content on distribution points


7.  Deploying and managing applications


Overview of application management. Creating applications. Deploying applications. Managing applications. Deploying virtual applications by using System Center Configuration Manager (Optional). Deploying and managing Windows Store apps


8. Maintaining software updates for managed PCs


The software updates process. Preparing a Configuration Manager site for software updates. Managing software updates. Configuring automatic deployment rules. Monitoring and troubleshooting software updates. Enabling third-party updates


9. Implementing Endpoint Protection for managed PCs


Overview of Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager. Configuring, deploying, and monitoring Endpoint Protection policies. Configuring and deploying advanced threat policies


10. Managing compliance and secure data access


Overview of Compliance Settings. Configuring compliance settings. Viewing compliance results. Managing resource settings and data access


11. Managing operating system deployment


An overview of operating system deployment. Preparing a site for operating system deployment. Deploying an operating system. Managing Windows as a service


12. Managing and Maintaining a Configuration Manager site


Configuring role-based administration. Configuring Remote Tools. Overview of Configuration Manager site maintenance and Management Insights. Backing up and recovering a Configuration Manager site. Updating the Configuration Manager infrastructure

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