SCCM Valuable Features

Usman Siddique
Information Technology Lead at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
The main, clear valuable feature is updating the latest patches, Software distribution, remote control and computer inventory. This is the main feature we really utilize a lot. View full review »
OmidKoushki
Cloud Engineer, Infrastructure Architect at SarvHamiPars
The solution is very flexible and very handy. It has helped us move past the process of manually updating. It's helped us solve problems surrounding patching, installing, and reporting different patches, etc., on the virtual machines. View full review »
reviewer1059522
IT Assistant at a international affairs institute with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the graphical-based status reports of software updates; showing successful and failed deployments. This gives you a quick overview of vulnerable computers that expose your network to risks of a security breach. View full review »
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Abul Fazal
Service Delivery Manager at Almoayyed Computers
The main key feature that we find the most valuable is the patching. The remote desktop is a very useful feature as well. The software deployment aspect is helpful too. These are the three core features from which we see the customers really benefit if they have a System Center Config Manager. This is especially true for enterprise organizations here. Microsoft is being very competitive right now, and they are really investing in a lot of new features to be more competitive in the marketplace. View full review »
reviewer1383303
Systems engineer - IT infrastructure management at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The entire solution, from end to end is excellent. It's doing essential work for us at our company. The initial setup is straightforward and not too complicated. View full review »
BrucePollard
Infrastructure, Technical Computing Applications at EQF Solutions
We're a Microsoft-centric organization, so we are happy with the integration between products. The interface, customization, and security are all pretty good. View full review »
reviewer1468257
System Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
There are many features that are useful, I will mention a few of the primary ones. You have a tool that enables you to build an operating system image and deploy it to a number of devices, system patching, application deployment, compliance checking, thorough documentation for installation and it has the ability for easy policy assignment management. View full review »
reviewer1475949
System Engineer
The solution may be one of the top products from a management standpoint. It's excellent. The solution has a very good set of features. Its capabilities are quite robust. View full review »
reviewer1203654
System Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Patching is the main feature because SCCM is made to control the entire environment without manually interpreting. So it is good to use for patching. View full review »
reviewer1363818
Configuration Manager, MPE USARUER, G3, MCSD at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I like that this solution captures all the devices in our infrastructure, quickly identifying those items based upon everything we've identified within the SCCM, as far as the proper nomenclature goes. Other things along those lines like serial numbers, and the location of things, it's all good stuff. The solution does exactly what it needs to do and in terms of being on the ITSM side of the house it just feeds into it. View full review »
reviewer1324437
Sr. System Admin at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
It is a very good solution. It has a good interface and is easy to use. On top of that, it is very reliable in terms of distribution as well as getting the report. View full review »
QWERTY
Software Engineer at NathCorp
It deploys all the bare metals using PXE and it gathers all of the information of the device using a discovery, whatever it is in the domain and we can schedule the deployment according to our need. It's a flexible tool. It has many features. It generates our reports as well, provides compliance reports, monitors the dashboard and now it has the Cloud Management Gateway. It's awesome! In addition, there are improvements. There are new features like App-V and Core Management. The Core Management allows us to move to the cloud as well as with our own premises infrastructure. It can manage the Internet Appliance without exposing the infrastructure to the cloud. View full review »
Ahmet Oruç
Senior System Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the scalability. View full review »
reviewer1410249
VP Pre-Sales & Product Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
The most valuable part of the solution in my case is patch management. View full review »
Igor Bujaroski
User at Toyota Boshoku America
The most valuable features of this solution are the OSD and application deployments, and it also automates updates. View full review »
Ruben DeLaRosa
Systems Admin, SCCM Admin at National Instruments
The most valuable features of this solution are: * Imaging - standardized Windows builds * Software deployment - deploying updates and automating the installation of software * Patch deployment - increased security * Reporting - better view of our environment for decision making View full review »
Doug Sullivan
Network Operations Manager at CHA Consulting
The most valuable features are application deployment and task-sequenced imaging. View full review »
Lavanya Tejasvi
ITA at Tata Consultancy Services
The most valuable features of this solution are Package deployment, Software Center, OSD Creation with Task sequence, and Patching. View full review »
Noelle Changalwa
Enterprise System Engineer at CRAG
The most valuable features are Remote Connect, SUP, Cloud functionality, Report, Query, and third-party patching. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about SCCM. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: December 2020.
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