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Congifuring SCE to manage a small business setup


1. Run the SCE configuration tools to discover the servers, PCs and network devices on your client’s network, then build them into management groups.

 

 

2. Once SCE is installed you’ll need to configure the management tools you’re using, the machines you’re managing, and the updates you want to install.

 

 

3. SCE uses SQL Server 2005’s report tools to deliver comprehensive reports about the machines you’re managing. Drill down to get the most possible information.

 

 

4. If you need to look at the performance of a managed application, use the built in monitoring tools to get a deep view of just what is running and how – like this view of the SQL server databases on a network.

 

 Link to a Relevant Feature Click here to go to the main feature - Managing networks with System Center Essentials 2007


 
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