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    System Center Service Manager

    Anyone using this?

    Installed it at the school but only had a quick glance through it...

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    Pretty sure trolley01 is. Believe the CAL is included in the Windows Desktop package, and the server license isn't that much.

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    I just installed it on my test domain, what a pain. Apparently worth it. I seen it in working environment, they mostly use it for windows deployment - which look great.

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    If someone had to pick one thing about sccm to sell it... what would it be?. Normally i would install it and find out but time is alittle tight atm!.

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    I think we're getting SCCM and SCSM Confused:

    SCCM - System Center Configuration Manager - If you get this working it is fantastc - Software Distribution, OS Deployment, Software Update Management, Asset Intellegence, etc.. It is a big task to get it working, but worth the effort...

    SCSM - System Center Service manager - which is what I am referin to in this post, appears to be some sort of Helpdesk, Change Management, tool. It links in with AD and SCCM but as yet I can find no real use for it TBH...

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