Plan and Deliver Windows PC Management Using Packt's Latest Microsoft Windows Intune 2.0 Book and e-book
Written by David Overton, this book will enable the reader to install and configure Windows Intune, understand the impact and resolution of multiple conflicting policies, and install and manage Microsoft and non-Microsoft updates for computers.
This guide helps administrators diagnose serious system issues with the Microsoft Diagnostic and Recovery Toolset, deal with alerts and remotely connect to a user’s computer to fix issues and offer assistance, right through a reboot if required. Key features of this book include allowing users to easily migrate from Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7 without losing files and settings.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Overview of Cloud Computing
Chapter 2: Introduction to PC Management Concepts
Chapter 3: Overview of Windows Intune Features
Chapter 4: Signing Up for Windows Intune and Installing the Client Software
Chapter 5: Configuring Windows Intune
Chapter 6: Configuring Management Policy
Chapter 7: Software Deployment
Chapter 8: Tracking and Reporting
Chapter 9: Monitoring and Responding to Windows Intune Alerts
Chapter 10: Resolve Problems Using Microsoft DaRT
Chapter 11: Deploying Windows 7 Enterprise Edition
Chapter 12: Integration with Existing Microsoft Products
Microsoft Windows Intune is a cloud service solution that simplifies the task of managing and securing PCs using Microsoft cloud services and Windows 7. With Windows Intune 2.0 computers and users can operate at peak performance all the time.
Packt Publishing has also released and is due to publish other Microsoft titles:
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 New Features (Published)
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Reporting and Business Intelligence (Due February 2012)
All Microsoft books are published by Packt Enterprise. Packt Enterprise is a publishing division of Packt Publishing created to serve the information needs of IT Professionals in the Enterprise space. Packt Enterprise also publishes on IBM, Oracle, Citrix, Java, Amazon, Google and SAP technologies.
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