Microsoft's System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) helps administrators access and effectively control their IT systems and infrastructure. With BDNA Normalize for SCCM, IT professionals use advanced queries, collections and reporting features to automatically transform raw data into practical information without leaving the SCCM environment.
The fourth edition of Microsoft’s System Management Server was released in August, 2007 with a new name, System Center Configuration Manager, making it part of the System Center brand. This paper will go through the components of each variety of this product to clear up any confusion around this valuable piece of management software.
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