55309 – Configuration Manager: Supporting Complex Environments

Price: $797.00 (ex. GST)
Code: 55309
Duration: 1 day
Location: Virtual Classroom (AEST)
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Introduction

This one-day, instructor-led workshop is intended for IT professionals who are interested in expanding their knowledge about and technical skills in the use of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, version 2107, in complex Active Directory environments. In this minimal-lecture/lab-intensive workshop, students troubleshoot Configuration Manager/Active Directory integration issues, configure a single Configuration Manager hierarchy to support multiple Active Directory forests, and implement the Configuration Manager client on devices joined to an untrusted Active Directory forest.

Audience Profile

This lab-intensive workshop is intended for experienced Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager administrators who have worked with Configuration Manager for at least one year and who have completed Microsoft course 20703-1: Administering System Center Configuration Manager. The workshop is designed specifically for students who are problem solvers and who require only minimal direction or instruction.

Outcomes

  • Identify and resolve common problems in Configuration Manager/Active Directory integration.
  • Configure a Configuration Manager primary site to fully support clients in untrusted Active Directory forests.
  • Deploy and manage the Configuration Manager client on Windows devices in untrusted domains and workgroups.
  • Deploy Configuration Manager site systems into untrusted domains.
  • Extend a Configuration Manager hierarchy into a currently untrusted forest.

Prerequisites

  • A thorough understanding of Configuration Manager concepts and processes, including an understanding of the client deployment process and the process of integrating a stand-alone Configuration Manager site with Active Directory.
  • Windows and network administration skills, including troubleshooting skills.
  • Experience installing and configuring common Windows Server roles and features, such as Internet Information Services (IIS) and .Net Framework 3.5.
  • A working knowledge of Active Directory, including trusts and replication between Active Directory sites.
  • A working knowledge of certain network and authentication protocols, such as domain name system (DNS), hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), Kerberos, and server message block (SMB).
  • Completed Microsoft Course 20703-1: Administrering System Center Configuration Manager or equivalent knowledge and skills developed through hands-on experience with any version of Configuration Manager.
  • The ability to troubleshoot complex technical problems without significant direction from an instructor.

Onsite Training?

If you need training for three or more people, ask us about training at your site. You can enjoy the convenience of reduced travel cost and time, as well as a familiar environment for your staff. Additionally, we can customise the course for your business needs.

This module explains the requirements for integrating Configuration Manager with Active Directory in multi-domain and multi-forest environments. It also covers troubleshooting issues with Configuration Manager/Active Directory integration.

Lessons

  • Review of Configuration Manager/Active Directory-integration Requirements in a Single-Domain Forest
  • Integration Requirements in a Multi-domain Forest
  • Integration Requirements in a Multi-forest Environment
  • Troubleshooting Configuration Manager/Active Directory Integration

 

Lab 1: Resolving Errors in Configuration Manager/Active Directory Integration

  • Identifying the Cause of Integration Issues
  • Resolving Integration Issues

 

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Identify the cause of common problems in Configuration Manager/Active Directory integration.
  • Correct common errors in Configuration Manager/Active Directory integration.

This module explains how to configure a Configuration Manager hierarchy for the deployment and support of Windows client devices in untrusted domains, untrusted forests, and workgroups. It also explains how to extend large-scale support for clients into forests that are not currently trusted.

Lessons

  • Support for Clients in an Untrusted Domain or a Workgroup
  • Site System Deployment in an Untrusted Domain
  • Configuration Manager Site Installation in a Currently Untrusted Forest

 

Lab 1: Supporting Clients in an Untrusted Domain

  • Configuring the Site to Support Clients in the Untrusted Domain
  • Configuring the Untrusted Domain to Support Client Installation
  • Deploying the Configuration Manager Client to a Device in an Untrusted Forest
  • Monitoring Software Deployment to a Client Device in an Untrusted Forest
  • Challenge: Configuring Active Directory System Discovery and Client-Push Installation for Devices in an Untrusted Forest (optional)

 

Lab 2: Expanding Support for Clients in an Untrusted Domain

  • Deploying Site Systems in an Untrusted Domain

 

Lab 3: Installing a Configuration Manager Site in a Currently Untrusted Domain

  • Configuring Trusts and Security
  • Configuring Active Directory Integration and Forest Discovery
  • Installing the new Child Primary Site
  • Challenge: Completing the Initial Configuration of the new Site (optional)

 

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Deploy and support the Configuration Manager client on Windows devices in untrusted domains and workgroups.
  • Deploy Configuration Manager site systems into untrusted domains.
  • Extend a Configuration Manager hierarchy into a currently untrusted forest.

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