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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2203

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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2203

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System requirements:
Windows Server 2012 and higher

Configuration Manager helps ensure workers use the devices and apps they need to be more productive, while maintaining corporate compliance and control. As consumer-centricity becomes a necessity, organizations are faced with the challenge of providing an optimal user experience across devices without giving up the control needed to protect corporate assets. Configuration Manager provides a unified infrastructure for using mobile, physical, and virtual environments, enabling you to use and manage user interfaces based on identity, connectivity, and device in use.
Configuration Manager makes it easy to provide users with productivity tools through a unified infrastructure that allows you to use and manage rich user interfaces for enterprise and consumer devices.
Additional Information:
Co-management is one of the primary ways to connect a deployed Configuration Manager client to the Microsoft 365 cloud. This allows you to manage Windows devices with both Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune at the same time. Co-management allows you to pin existing investments in Configuration Manager in the cloud, adding new features such as Conditional Access. For more information, see co-management?

Computer Analytics
Desktop Analytics is a cloud-based service that is integrated with Configuration Manager. The service provides additional information and information to help make better decisions about Windows upgrade readiness for clients. It combines data from your organization with data collected from millions of devices connected to Microsoft cloud services. For more information, see What is Desktop Analytics?

Cloud connected management
Use features such as cloud management gateway and Azure Active Directory to manage web-based clients.

For more information, see the following articles:

Cloud management gateway overview
Plan for Azure AD
Azure services
Real-time management
Use CMPivot to query network devices immediately and then filter and group data for deeper analysis. Also use the Configuration Manager console to manage and deploy Windows PowerShell to clients. See cmPivot and Create and run PowerShell scripts for more information.

Application Management
Helps you create, manage, deploy, and monitor applications across the various devices you manage. Deploy, update, and manage the Microsoft 365 Apps of the Configuration Manager console. In addition, Configuration Manager integrates with Microsoft Store for Business and Education for cloud app delivery. For more information, see Introduction to Application Management.

OS deployment
In-place deployment of a Windows update or capturing and deploying OS images. Image deployment can use PXE, multicast, or bootable media. It can also help you reconfigure existing devices with Windows AutoPilot. For more information, see Introduction to OS Deployment.

Software Updates
Manage, deploy, and monitor software updates across your organization. Integration of Windows Delivery Optimization and other peer-to-peer caching to manage network usage. For more information, see Introduction to Software Updates.

Access to company resources
Lets you grant users in your organization access to data and applications from remote regions. This feature includes Wi-Fi, VPN, email, and certificate profiles. For more information, see the Protect data and site infrastructure website.

Compliance Settings
Helps you assess, monitor, and remediate client device configurations in your organization. You can also use compliance settings to configure a range of features and security settings on managed devices. For more information, see Additional Information: Ensuring Device Compliance.

Endpoint protection
Provides security, Windows protection, and firewall management for computers in your organization. This scope includes management and integration with the following Windows Defender suite features: Microsoft Defender

Windows Defender Antivirus for Windows Defender Exploit Guard
endpoint Windows Defender Application Guard Windows Defender Application Management Windows Defender Firewall For more information, see Endpoint Protection. Inventory Helps identify and track assets. Hardware Inventory Collects detailed hardware information about devices in an organization. For more information, see Introduction to Hardware Inventory.

Software Inventory
Collects and reports information about files stored on client computers in an organization. For more information, see Introduction to the Software Registry.

Resource Analytics
Provides tools for collecting inventory and monitoring software license usage across an organization. For more information, see Introduction to Asset Intelligence.

Local mobile device management
Enroll and manage devices using the on-premises Configuration Manager infrastructure with management features built into device platforms. (Typical management uses the separately installed Configuration Manager client.) This feature currently supports management of Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Mobile devices. For more information, see Mobile device management with on-premises infrastructure.

management Manage and monitor the power consumption of client computers in your organization. Set up power plans and use wake-on-LAN for service outside of business hours. For more information, see the Introduction to Power Management overview.

Remote control
Provides tools for remotely administering client computers from the Configuration Manager console. For more information, see the Introduction to Remote Control overview.

Use the advanced reporting capabilities of SQL Server Reporting Services in the Configuration Manager console. This feature contains hundreds of default reports. For more information, see the Introduction to Reports overview.

Software usage
monitoring Monitor and collect software usage data from Configuration Manager clients. This data can be used to determine if the software is being used after installation. See Monitor use with software metering for more information.

Further actions
For more information about planning and installing Configuration Manager to support these management capabilities in your environment, see Prepare for Configuration Manager.

Treatment procedure:
When installing, take the key from the serial.txt file


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