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How to Deploy to Deploy Office 2010 (Beta) using System Center Essentials 2010

 

Essentials 2010 simplifies software distribution, including easy distribution for common applications such as Microsoft Office. Essentials also provides support for

  • Common targeting filters

  • Changing the properties of existing software packages

  • Adding localized title and description during package creation

  • Many other features

The Essentials team and the Office team have partnered to provide you with the simplest possible deployment experience

System Center Essentials Team Blog : How to Deploy to Deploy Office 2010 (Beta) using System Center Essentials 2010

Data Protection Manager video info – courtesy of the myITforum.com site search…

 

System Center Data Protection Manager and Exchange

Wed, 28 Oct 2009 00:00:00 GMT
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A few weeks ago, while I was in Redmond, I had the chance to sit down with Leslie Kitz (also in the System Center team) to talk about how DPM 2010 adds to what Exchange 2010 does for data protection a…
Contributed From : myITforum.com TV

 

How to protect SharePoint with DPM 2007 sp1

Tue, 16 Jun 2009 00:00:00 GMT
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We get a lot of questions about how and why DPM 2007 is a great backup and restore solution for SharePoint. So, I took most of the current information that I use on SharePoint protection, added some d…
Contributed From : myITforum.com TV

 

DPM 2007 SP1 — how to do individual item restore for Exchange

Fri, 26 Dec 2008 00:00:00 GMT
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This video continues the series of feature-level podcasts on DPM 2007, this week focusing on Exchange Server and item level restore.Viewed 313 TimesRated : 0 by 0 usersClick Here To Watch
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DPM 2007 SP1 — How does DPM really work

Thu, 15 Jan 2009 00:00:00 GMT
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With all of the excitement around DPM 2007 and Service Pack 1, we wanted to take the opportunity to get under the covers and really talk about how DPM replicates data.Viewed 122 TimesRated : 0 by 0 u…
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System Center Pricing and Licensing Update – January 2010 Live Meeting on January 27, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

 

Understand the key System Center pricing and licensing changes and how to use them in your conversations with customers to sell today. This session will bring together all of the recent changes we’ve communicated and help you position this news in your accounts. We’ll cover System Center changes in the ECAL, the new Client Management Suite, SMSE & SMSD changes, and upcoming product launches including Service Manager. We’ll also provide a quick recap of the System Center licensing model along with resources for the field to assist you with your customers’ pricing and licensing.

Click here to register for the session

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Microsoft Canada Technology Partner Training : System Center Pricing and Licensing Update – January 2010 Live Meeting on January 27, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

The Configuration Manager Support Team Blog : How It Works: Automatic Client Approval in Configuration Manager 2007

 

This post is intended to explain how client approval works when a Mixed Mode Configuration Manager 2007 site is configured to automatically approve clients in trusted domains and to offer insight into how to troubleshoot scenarios where this is not working as expected.

The Configuration Manager Support Team Blog : How It Works: Automatic Client Approval in Configuration Manager 2007

Increasing the F5 Management Pack’s Responsiveness for Statistics Collection

 

With the recent release (v1.6.1.212), the F5 Management Pack has an improved responsiveness to device statistics collection. By default, the timer interval for collecting stats is set to 30 seconds, but this value now can be easily overwritten in the (SCOM 2007) F5 Management Pack, as a rule override. The lowest value the timer interval could be set, theoretically, is 3 seconds. There is an internal safeguard in the F5 device (Big-IP) against lowering this threshold and putting unnecessary load on the device CPU, for collecting stats. In the real world stats would come, on average, every 5-10 seconds, even with the 3 second interval setting.

Increasing the F5 Management Pack's Responsiveness for Statistics Collection

SC Config Mgr 2007 SP2 International Client Pack released

 

International Client Packs (ICPs) contain international-language clients to use with System Center Configuration Manager (SC Config Mgr) 2007 SP2. ICP downloads contain only the Config Mgr client files, not the English-language SC Config Mgr 2007 S2, which is required.
ICP1 contains the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Spanish
ICP2 contains all languages from ICP1 plus the following:
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Chinese (Traditional)
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • Finnish
  • Greek
  • Hungarian
  • Italian
  • Korean
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Turkish

Download details: SC Config Mgr 2007 SP2 ICP1 and ICP2

The MED-V Team Blog : Moving the MED-V Reporting Database from one SQL Server to another

 

The MEDV Reporting database is very basic as it is only used by the server for logging events, errors, and status messages. This makes the portability of the database all the more easy and the process to move a MEDV database from SQL server to another can be done in a few easy steps.

The MED-V Team Blog : Moving the MED-V Reporting Database from one SQL Server to another

System Center poll: Are you attending MMS 2010?

We’re getting closer to the dates of the best conference on systems management available, the Microsoft Management Summit 2010.  Are you still working to get approval?  Are you approved already and can’t wait to get there?

Let us know by participating in the latest MMS 2010 poll:

Are you attending MMS 2010?  http://bit.ly/67US95 

 

P.S. We’re working on communications about the annual myITforum.com party at MMS.  Keep an eye out for it.  Also, there will be a long awaited announcement at MMS 2010 from myITforum.com.  Get ready!