Client management.ppt

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These are used at the European System Center Launch back in 2006.

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  • Explain that client activity is monitored for each client and that you can configure which activities you want to monitor and the frequency which indicates that clients are active.Start: Client Status properties. Give a brief explanation of each settingClick: Client Status node. Give a brief explanation of the client status node
  • Client management.ppt

    1. 1. THIS SESSION IS ABOUT• Clients, clients, clients... Management?• Whats new in Config Manager 2012• Whats new in Windows Intune 3.0 beta• What about Direct Access
    2. 2. MANAGE, SECURE PCS AND DEVICES           
    3. 3. CONFIG MANAGER 2012Managing up to 400.000 devices? Yes we can!
    4. 4. CONFIGURATION MANAGER 2012 Asset Compliance Deployment Security Management Management HW and SW Application Compliance RBAC Inventory Management Settings Software Update Power NAPAsset Intelligence Management Management Endpoint Operating System ProtectionSoftware Metering Deployment Reporting Remote Content Management Management Monitoring
    5. 5. SITES AND HIERARCHIESConfiguration Manager 2012 can be implemented as: • Single primary site Primary SiteConfiguration Manager 2012 can be implemented as: A hierarchy made of: Central • Central administration site Administration Site • Primary sites • Secondary sites Secondary Primary Site Primary Site Site
    6. 6. CONFIG MANAGER CLIENTThe Configuration Manager 2012 Client: • Collects hardware and software inventory • Deploys applications and software updates • Meters the usage of applications Site Server • Detects and remediates configuration settings • Supports remote management • Applies power management policies Client • Protects the client against malware by using Endpoint Protection
    7. 7. WINDOWS CLIENT OS SUPPORT Operating System Editions Service Pack PlatformWindows XP • Professional SP3 x86Windows Vista • Business SP2 x86, x64 • Enterprise • UltimateWindows Server 2003 • Web RTM, R2 x86, x64 • Standard • Enterprise • DatacenterWindows Server 2008 • Standard x86, x64 • Enterprise • DatacenterWindows XP Tablet PC SP3 x86Windows Storage Server R2 x64Windows 7 • Professional RTM, SP1 x86, x64 • Enterprise • UltimateWindows Server 2008 R2 • Standard SP1 x64 • Enterprise • Datacenter
    8. 8. WINDOWS MOBILE CLIENT SUPPORTNote: Windows Phone 7 Series is not supported as a native client, only through theExchange connectorNative client support includes: • Windows CE 5.0 (Arm and x86 processors) • Windows CE 6.0 (Arm and x86 processors) • Windows Mobile 6.0 • Windows Mobile 6.1 • Windows Phone 6.5Light management support using the Exchange connector through: • Exchange Server 2010 • Exchange Server 2010 SP1 • Exchange Online
    9. 9. BOUNDARIES Central Administration Site ActiveDirectory Primary Site A Primary Site B Boundary Boundary Boundary Boundary Boundary Group A Boundary Group B
    10. 10. OVERVIEW OF CLIENT STATUS Client Status • Dashboard view when Client Status node selected • Dashboard shows summary information • Click on labels for detailed information • Can specify the group to view summary information for
    11. 11. HEALTH EVALUATION TASK• ccmeval.exe is located in the Configuration Manager client folder• ccmeval.exe runs as a scheduled task• Client Health can auto-remediate some client issues
    12. 12. MONITORING CLIENT ACTIVITY Client Activity • Administrator defined thresholds to determine if a client is active • Select the Client Status node and then click Client Status Settings to configure • Results displayed as part of the Client Status dashboard • Client Activity node shows the percentage of clients that are active • Click on appropriate pie piece for detailed information
    13. 13. CLIENT CHECK Client Check • Shows the summary results of the Health Evaluation task • Also displays trend information for monitoring client health activity • Click on appropriate pie piece for detailed information
    14. 14. WINDOWS INTUNE 3.0Where did the device go? Who cares?
    15. 15. MANAGE, SECURE PCS AND DEVICES ANYWHERESIMPLE WEB-BASED ADMINISTRATION CONSOLE AND A FRIENDLY IW EXPERIENCE           
    16. 16. VISIONDELIVER THE BEST WINDOWS EXPERIENCE, EMBRACE CONSUMERIZATION TRENDS WITH ENTERPRISE-CLASS MANAGEMENT
    17. 17. CONSUMERIZATION FOCUS
    18. 18. LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE Sync AD user data into the cloud Sync managed users to Windows Intune Sync mobile devices for managed usersActiveSyn Policy/Configc Apply EAS policies or remediation tasks
    19. 19. EXCHANGE CONNECTOR• Allows Windows Intune to manage EAS connected devices – Discover mobile devices which are connected to Exchange and belong to Windows Intune managed users – Manage EAS targeted policies and org wide access rules – Retire and wipe mobile devices• Automatic and easy to use
    20. 20. EXCHANGE CONNECTOR PREREQ• Server hosting the connector – Windows Server 2008 R2 or SP2 (64-bit) – .NET framework 4.0 and PowerShell 2.0 – Joined to the Exchange domain – Outbound Internet access   

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