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using Configuration Manager 2012 in a LAB - The CM12 Guides in PDF and WORD format



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hi guys,

i know many people have requested to be able to download the guides here in PDF or Word DOC format so with help from a reader (Brian Thorp) we have just that !

 

now you can download the entire 18 part guide to using Configuration Manager 2012 in both PDF and WORD format and use whichever you want while on the go,

 

 

Download the ZIP

 

The windows-noob.com CM12 Guides in PDF and WORD format.zip

 

a big thanks goes to Brian for compiling it all together so that you lot can have it remotely

 

cheers !

 

niall

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I know you said you were making them, but I am doing it anyway and will have /my/ versions of the new RTM emailed to you, anyweb. Its up to him if he chooses to publish them or not. I have gotten a lot out of them, so I feel like I have to give back when I make them available to print for myself (in word files) that I should give back to the community.

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I am using this version . Installation is completed but I can not download updates from microsoft through SCCM .I tryied to find wheather I can only computers in my nearst network but I could not find it.

is there any possibility that you help me remotely?

 

Thanks

Hakeem

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Have the guides been updated since RTM or SP1?

 

I'm still in the process of writing the RTM guides which have got as far as part 9... they take a LOT of my time to do and prepare, and I do it all in my own time,

once I feel I have the time/patience I'll reproduce them in word format or similar.

 

cheers

niall

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Hi there

 

I'd like to thank you for the Configmgr guides. It is a real big help!!

I have a quick question. I am following the guides to set up a configmgr lab. I am getting stuck in the part 7 of the guide. I have followed the guides up to this point but in the part where it says to create a task sequence to build and capture the win 7 x64 image, in the create task sequence wizard in the install windows option, I can't see any windows image package when I click on browse (as described on page 17 of the pdf guide part 7). As you can understand I am quite a beginner in this. Is there something elementary I am missing? Is there a workaround for this?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards,

 

Dipan

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I'd like to thank you for the Configmgr guides. It is a real big help!!

 

thanks !

 

 

in the part where it says to create a task sequence to build and capture the win 7 x64 image, in the create task sequence wizard in the install windows option, I can't see any windows image package when I click on browse (as described on page 17 of the pdf guide part 7).

this is normal with SP1 - see this post for details

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Hi Niall

 

Thanks so much for your response. If I may ask one other silly question. I have gone through the blog that you mentioned. I have added the OS image, distributed the content, created the TS and manually edited it. However when I go to step 7 and try to import the computer information, I come up against another issue.When I go to the choose target collection, the only option the installer gives me is that of the All Windows 7 computers and not that of the Build and Capture win7x64. My question is that since the build and capture is a task sequence and not a collection, that will be logical isn't it? However the collection all windows 7 computers is a collection that is a collection that is already installed with the OS. We don't need to deploy OS separately for it.

I apologise if this is a really basic and silly question, but I am a configmgr noob :(

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards,

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Any chance of getting a zip file of the Mobile Device Management with Windows Intune integration ?

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