In this WorkSHOP, you will be a Powershell Master by learning how to use the SCCM Powershell MODULE to Manage the site settings of your Primary site, configure the methods for discovering your devices and users, create your device collections.
We will then focus on how to configure the push Method for installing the SCCM Client. We will after manage the client settings and create custom settings. We will then see how to manage client notification so you will never have to go on your device and refresh the policy !!
After, we will go deep dive in the prerequisite to install packages and applications, We will see how to customize the DP for deploying Pkg and Application. We will see how to install a package and after how to install an application. We will then deploy it to the collections or device.
After all that, we will see how to manage and deploy Software updates, We will see in the interaction with WSUS and the ports to use. We will create software updates groups and finally create the package to push on your collections. We will finish with the automatic deployment rules.
We will also manage the compliance futures. How to add Items to check settings and then deploy them by creating BaseLines.
We will then start the big part : OSD. We will see the WDS/PXE interaction, modify your boot files WINPE, import drivers. We will then import your operating system and of course create the Task Sequence to deploy the OS to your devices.
You will also learn the different Roles that you can add, how to manage their settings and modify those Roles.
After that we will see the RBAC and how add new security Roles, Scopes and Admin users.
We will then see the Endpoint protection Role and how to create the policy for Anti Walware detection
Finally we will see the monitoring aspects and how to create Alert
The last module will be automation. We will see with a simple example how to create a script to push Apps or Pkgs.We will visit the Powershell Gallery to see the scripts created by the community
Its really a fantastic WorkShop and the first on SCCM. you will never have the opportunity to follow more then 8 hours of deep dive Powershell for SCCM