Getting started with SCCM

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Getting started with SCCM
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One of the main challenges when it comes to working with big infrastructure products is how to get your hands on the kit and software to be able to have your first steps.

Most laptops/desktops are very capable of running a non-production of SCCM if you want to get your hands dirty.

The Windows and Office Deployment Lab Kit may be what you have been looking for!

The lab supports the 64-bit editions of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 which must be imported to set up a lab once Hyper-V is installed.

The Hyper-V Host on which the Windows 10 PoC Lab needs to be imported must meet the following minimum specifications:

  • Hyper-V role installed
  • Administrative rights on the device
  • 150 GB of free disk space (300 GB recommended)
  • High-throughput disk subsystem
  • 16 GB of available memory (32 GB recommended)
  • High-end processor for faster processing

This Lab expires on June 15, 2019. A new one will be published before the expiration date.

A great way to test Windows 10 and Offcie 365 deployments, publish and script a few apps, test yous ADR and patching skills and much more!

Have fun!

David Nudelman

Download: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/enterprise/modern-desktop-deployment-and-management-lab

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