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    applying for a job that suggests i should have experience in these, but have never used them yet. Just having a quick read the now, how easy are they to pick up and do you think it will be a major disadvantage not having experience in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    applying for a job that suggests i should have experience in these, but have never used them yet. Just having a quick read the now, how easy are they to pick up and do you think it will be a major disadvantage not having experience in them?

    Not setup scom yet, but sccm is the new sms. I reckon its easy to pickup if the SCCM infrastructure is already setup and you understand the new terminology (collections/adverts etc).... wouldnt fancy setting it up on large scale. Well worth a thumb through the administrators guide or even better if the MS trial is still available, get a go on that for a few days and build some task sequences.

    Dunno about SCOM, no time to play yet.

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    Just noticed I can download a 180 day trial off the website. Ill get about setting up a VM win 2003 Server and it and have a play. Even if I don't get an interview it will probably still be good experience.

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    Just wondered if anyone was running both of these, and if they are running both of them on a single server?

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    For me, SCCM is a tale of two vastly different experiences.
    Setting up was an absolute nightmare, especially if you decide to run it in native mode that uses certificates *shivers at a flashback of certificate error messages*
    Using it is a joy and fairly straightforward to manage.

    A good idea would be to have a look at the SCCM guides at windowsnoob which are very good.

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    Same as BlackSheep! SCOM and SCCM installed but not working together as of yet. We had SCOM setup up for us as we were told of its integration with SCCM, but only just getting my head round SCCM at the moment and cant see how the SCOM is going to help



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