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What’s new in SCCM 2012 SP1 – update

In my last post around SCCM 2012 SP1 (yes I know that I’m not supposed to use that abbreviation but I’m still gonna do it!) I forgot to look at and mention another important feature I must say…

OS X support!!!

This is really interesting, I bet that there are so many companies and architects out there sitting with X amount of different MDM and MAM solutions just to fit their needs around device and application management. But there are few out there that are covering all the OS’s and device types in a good manner.

Is SCCM going to try and tackle this at least for the MS, Linux, UNIX and OS X devices? And will they succeed all the way, don’t think so short term but long term perhaps. So now we architects have something to look forward to when planning our wanted position in this area and start evaluating the options for the roadmap towards it!

What’s new in SCCM 2012 SP1 (find more here)

Client Deployment

The following items are new or have changed for client deployment in Configuration Manager SP1:

And you guys that want a nice summary of the whole System Center SP1 suite have a look at this great summary from Thomas Maurer!

//Richard

  1. January 29, 2013 at 20:12

    Finally SCCM 2012 support MAC, Linux and Unix

    Thanks Richard
    Arturo

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