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Microsoft Virtual Academy: Endpoint Protection in System Center 2012 SP1 | TechNet Video In this module you will learn how System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Endpoint Protection (SCEP) now supports Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012.  See the single administrator experience for simplified endpoint protection and management, real time Endpoint Protection information, a... More...

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Automating Deployments of Software Updates This video discusses how to set up an Automatic Deployment Rule for your particular software update needs and to validate that the rule ran and created expected results. System Center Configuration Manager 2012 beta introduces the Automatic Deployment Rule, which is an automation engine that allows ... More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, System Center, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager beta, Videos, Media, deployment, Homepage, Jason Githens
Software Update Management - Monitoring and Reporting This video reviews the results of an update group deployment through in-console monitoring and the consolidated software update point synchronization monitoring node, which is a new feature in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 beta. More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, System Center, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager beta, Videos, Media, Reporting, Homepage, Jason Githens
Installing a Software Update Point This video discusses how to set up a software update point on a central administration site (CAS) and on a primary site. The video also provides steps for troubleshooting the software update point installation in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 beta. More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, System Center, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager beta, Videos, Media, Homepage, Jason Githens
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