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Deployment day session 4 deployment using sccm

  1. 1. Zero Touch Installations withSystem Center Configuration Manager 2012 Presented by Rhonda J. Layfield Copyright 2010
  2. 2. What We’ll Cover Today:• ConfigMgr Features• Installation• Create a ConfigMgr Site• Setup a ZTI OSD
  3. 3. ConfigMgr Features• Collect hardware and software and inventory• Deploy software applications• Deploy software updates• Provide network policies• Meter software usage• Specify desired configuration• Remotely control clients• Provide operating system deployments (OSD)
  4. 4. Installation
  5. 5. Planning Installation of ConfigMgr• The most important step• Installing ConfigMgr requires dedicated servers• These servers have special names: – Site Systems – There are a few different kinds – I’ll cover the ones needed for OSD
  6. 6. Installation• Server 2008 R2• DC, DNS, DHCP, WDS• SQL Server 2008 – .Net Framework 3.5.1 – Install SQL Server 2008 SP1 • Enable Named Pipes
  7. 7. Still Installing• Requirements for ConfigMgr – Extend AD Schema – IIS • WebDav Publishing • ASP • IIS Management Tools – Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) – Remote Differential Compression (RDC)
  8. 8. Complete Installation• WEBDav – Authoring Rule – WEBDav settings – Property behavior• Install ConfigMgr 2007 SP2• Install ConfigMgr 2007 R2• ConfigMgr 2007 Toolkit• Create and share folders for: – Packages – Images – Logs – Migration Data
  9. 9. Installing ConfigMgr Creates a “Site Server”• Site Server contains configuration information – For a “Site” – Sites group client computers based on: • Active Directory Sites • IP Subnets• Controlled at the Site level: – How hardware and software inventory are handled • Enabled / disabled • Configured for how often they collect and report data – How often clients check for software applications – Keep track of how often software is used
  10. 10. SiteServer
  11. 11. What is a site?• Group clients into manageable units with similar requirements• The way you create a site is by defining boundaries – Active Directory – Subnets• One set of configuration parameters per site• Clients can roam from one site to another• How many sites will you need? – What type?
  12. 12. 2 Types of Sites Primary Site 1 Site Site DB Parent Server ServerChild Secondary Site 3 Primary Site 2 Child Site Site DB Server Server Parent Secondary Site 4 Child
  13. 13. Setting Boundaries
  14. 14. Deploy ConfigMgr Agents• All clients in a ConfigMgr site must have the client software installed• This software is called an “Agent”• There are multiple types of Agents
  15. 15. Client Agents• Client agent can be installed in more than one method – Client push installer• Component Configuration – Double click Software Distribution – Software Distribution Properties type E:• But first the clients need to be found – Discovery methods • AD System Discovery
  16. 16. Add Site System Roles• Remember those dedicated servers from earlier?• Now it’s time to set up Site Systems• Run the New Site Role Wizard
  17. 17. Integrate MDT 2012
  18. 18. Install MDT 2012• ENSURE THE CONFIG MGR CONSOLE IS CLOSED• Create a new Deployment Share• To install MDT 2012: – Click Start > Run • Microsoft Deployment Toolkit -> Configure ConfigMgr Integration• Create USMT package source• But USMT is not supported on Server OSs
  19. 19. Integrate MDT 2012
  20. 20. Operating System Deployments (OSD)• The Goal – Deploy Windows 7 to your clients – Some we will need to save the users state• What we need to do – Deploy Windows 7 OS files to the clients – Deploy the instructions for running the OS files on the client • The OS files are called a package • The instructions are called a program • Advertisements are the clients that receive • All created on the site server • But sent to different servers
  21. 21. Primary Site OSD all W7 Deploy XPSite To clients Server Site DB ServerManagement DistributionPoint Point
  22. 22. Last OSD Steps• Import drivers into the boot image• Add an OS image• Create a Deployment Image Task Sequence• Assign Distribution Points• Create Advertisement• Deploy image
  23. 23. Set Up an OSD
  24. 24. What We Covered• ConfigMgr Features• Installation• Create a ConfigMgr Site• Setup a ZTI OSD