Patch and Settings Management in Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

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With the release of Desired Configuration Management in Configuration Manager 2007, organizations were given the ability to define models of Operating System, Application, Update levels, and more. This approach to managing systems now evolves in Configuration Manager 2012 to provide a state-based foundation of the Application Model, User Centric computing, and model-based compliancy. In this session we cover the next release of DCM, called Settings Management, and demonstrate why this is such an important feature for organizations today trying to lower their costs. This session also covers Software Update Management, which builds on Configuration Manager 2007, providing many popular enhancements from customer feedback to this important feature. #TEMGT318

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