Windows Deployment Services and SCOM Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides

Windows Deployment Services (WDS), which’s a role of Windows Server, that enables network based deployment scenrios, and acts as a platform for the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and System Center Configuration Manager. SCOM on the other hand, is System Center Operations Manager, which’s focused on monitoring a number of different aspects of an infrastructure, such as […]

Windows Deployment Services (WDS), which’s a role of Windows Server, that enables network based deployment scenrios, and acts as a platform for the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and System Center Configuration Manager. SCOM on the other hand, is System Center Operations Manager, which’s focused on monitoring a number of different aspects of an infrastructure, such as hardware, software, storage, and applications to name but a few. These IPD guides now include the features and functionalities of Windows Server 2008 R2 around WDS, and also, in a separate guide, System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2. The guides outline the critical infrastructure design elements that are crucial to a successful implementation of these deployment and operations products.

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