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This post contains in it self tons of links to videos, installation guides etc.Steve says:
“I have received multiple requests for a study guide related to the newest versions of System Center Configuration Manager and/or System Center Operations Manager. After doing a bit of research, I learned that it’s no longer appropriate to think of these as separate tools since they all belong to the System Center 2012 Suite.
The components that make up this suite of products include the following:
Data Protection Manager
Virtual Machine Manager
Rather than come up with individual study guides for each of these, I thought I’d put together a multi-part study guide with an emphasis on material available for each of these individual components. Obviously you don’t have to implement all of these in your environment, since the setup process allows you to choose which components you’ll install. But because each of these is now bundled together as a logical unit, I thought it made sense to address them together…“
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In this Post Steve Rachui consolidates the 7-part series on self-study items for the System Center 2012 suite of products into one complete study guide.
“I am circling back and consolidating these separate parts into a single study guide. This post is for those who prefer to have all of their System Center 2012 study resources in a single post rather than distributed among a 7-part series. Consolidating this material also provides me a chance to offer a different way of viewing the material, and of updating certain parts that I left off earlier (I’ve learned a good bit about where to go to find the available resources for System Center as I’ve worked through this series, and hopefully this consolidated guide will benefit from that experience).
For those of you who still prefer to have your material presented in discreet parts, here is the list of each of those posts for your ease of reference: