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Getting Started with Configuration Manager 2007

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 requires thorough planning before deploying sites and using Configuration Manager features. Configuration Manager 2007 has the potential to affect every computer in your organization. If deployed and managed with careful planning and consideration of your business needs, Configuration Manager 2007 can reduce your administrative overhead and total cost of ownership. If Configuration Manager 2007 is deployed without sufficient planning, it is possible to disrupt your entire network.

If you are new to Configuration Manager 2007, read the documentation carefully and experiment in a test network environment before deploying the product. You might also consider taking a class about Configuration Manager 2007 For more information about Microsoft training opportunities, see the Microsoft Training Overview at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=80347.

Next Steps

If you are new to Configuration Manager and Systems Management Server, start here:

Topic Title Description Audience

Fundamentals of Configuration Manager 2007

Explains basic concepts and terminology

Anyone who is new to Configuration Manager, including business decision makers, technical decision makers, new Configuration Manager administrators and help desk technicians.

Configuration Manager Planning and Deployment Overview

A brief overview of all of the parts of the planning process. This section will help you decide which detailed planning and deployment information you need for your environment.

Anyone who has to plan a new deployment of Configuration Manager, or upgrade an existing implementation of Systems Management Server 2003.

Configuration Manager Supported Configurations

Provides the list of supported client and server platforms, as well as details about which scenarios are and are not supported.

Anyone who has to plan a new deployment of Configuration Manager, or upgrade an existing implementation of Systems Management Server 2003.

Configuration Manager 2007 Features

Provides information to help you plan, configure, operate, troubleshoot, and secure the features you have selected for your environment. All of the information you need about a feature is under the feature title, though some features rely on other features. Information about the feature dependencies and prerequisites is contained in the feature section.

Anyone who is using a particular feature or wants more information before deploying the feature.

Security and Privacy for Configuration Manager 2007

Provides the security best practices you need to keep your Configuration Manager deployment as secure as possible. This section also includes important privacy considerations for using this product.

Anyone responsible for implementing the security for Configuration Manager and the rest of the network infrastructure. The Configuration Manager administrator should also discuss section with the person responsible for privacy in the organization.

Configuration Manager 2007 Release Notes (ConfigMgr07Readme.htm) in the root of the DVD

Details last-minute changes not reflected in the rest of this documentation.

Anyone responsible for installing or administering any aspect of Configuration Manager.

If you are familiar with Systems Management Server 2003, start here:

Topic Title Description Audience

What's New in Configuration Manager 2007

Explains the changes between SMS 2003 and Configuration Manager 2007.

Anyone who already understands basic SMS terminology and concepts and needs a shortcut to learning Configuration Manager.

Configuration Manager Planning and Deployment Overview

A brief overview of all of the parts of the planning process. This section will help you decide which detailed planning and deployment information you need for your environment.

Anyone who has to plan a new deployment of Configuration Manager, or upgrade an existing implementation of Systems Management Server 2003.

Configuration Manager Supported Configurations

Provides the list of supported client and server platforms, as well as details about which scenarios are and are not supported.

Anyone who has to plan a new deployment of Configuration Manager, or upgrade an existing implementation of Systems Management Server 2003.

Configuration Manager 2007 Features

Provides all of the content about each feature. The "What's New" content will help you understand which features have not changed, so concentrate on new features you want to add to your environment.

Anyone who is using a particular feature or wants more information before deploying the feature.

Security and Privacy for Configuration Manager 2007

Provides the security best practices you need to keep your Configuration Manager deployment as secure as possible. This section also includes important privacy considerations for using this product.

Anyone responsible for implementing the security for Configuration Manager and the rest of the network infrastructure. The Configuration Manager administrator should also discuss section with the person responsible for privacy in the organization.

Configuration Manager 2007 Release Notes (ConfigMgr07Readme.htm)

in the root of the DVD

Details last-minute changes not reflected in the rest of this documentation.

Anyone responsible for installing or administering any aspect of Configuration Manager.

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