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It is designed and written for anyone who is involved with implementing, supporting, or managing a set of tools for systems and operations management, including IT operators, ...
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It is designed and written for anyone who is involved with implementing, supporting, or managing a set of tools for systems and operations management, including IT operators, IT administrators, IT infrastructure managers and system architects. The readers that have some background in systems and operations management will probably get the most of this book, however no specific level of skill or knowledge is assumed. The writing is aimed at readers who have a basic understanding of IT infrastructure on the Windows platform and have familiarity with Windows XP (and earlier) client deployments and Windows Server technologies.
Some of the topics covered include:
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Chapter 1: The Basics of Operations Management.
Chapter 2: MOM, SMS, and WSUS: How They Fit Together.
Chapter 3: Installing Microsoft Operations Manager 2005.
Chapter 4: Installation of SMS.
Chapter 5: Installing and Configuring Microsoft Update and Windows Server Update Services.
Chapter 6: MOM Configuration and Administration.
Chapter 7: MOM and SMS Agents.
Chapter 8: Management Packs and Components.
Chapter 9: Management Pack Drilldown for Windows Server.
Chapter 10: More on Management Packs.
Chapter 11: Third-Party Management Packs and Product Connectors.
Chapter 12: Using SMS and MOM to Manage Security and Patching.
Chapter 13: Monitoring.
Chapter 14: Securing Your MOM, SMS, WSUS, and WU Installation.
Chapter 15: Reporting.
Chapter 16: System Center and the Dynamic Systems Initiative.
Appendix A: MOM Management Packs and Utilities.
Posted November 22, 2008
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