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SCCM 2016 TP5 | What’s new in System Center Configuration Manager 2016 (TP5) and how to install !

Commentaires fermés juin 18th, 2016

Hi Geeks ,


What’s new in System Center Configuration Manager 2016 TP5 ?

This release adds the following additional capabilities:


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SCCM TP3 Alias 2016 Now Available | Update for System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3

Commentaires fermés septembre 24th, 2015

Hi to all,

A new update is available for System Center configuration Manager TP3 !

What’s news?

  • Combined end user portals – A unified portal experience is now available for end users, where all company approved software will be located for end users to discover and install. With this change, applications previously available only in the Application Catalog can now be viewed in the Software Center.
  • Client piloting to preproduction – You can now deploy and test updates to the Configuration Manager client using a pre-production collection while leaving your current client version in use by the remainder of your hierarchy. You can try this scenario with an updated client version that we are releasing as part of this update for testing purposes.

To enable this update, go to the “Updates and Servicing” node in your System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3 environment. If don’t see the update in your console, see the TechNet documentation here which provides a workaround.

CLICK HERE for download !

For download SCCM TP3, it’s available HERE.


Microsoft Product Lifecycle SCCM | End of Support for SCCM 2007 versions ! (new extended date) REMINDER

Commentaires fermés septembre 2nd, 2012

Hi all,

Just a post for you annouce that the support end date for SCCM 2007 is now to the 7/9/2019 !!!

SCCM SP1 & SP2 note:

Support ends 12 months after the next service pack releases or at the end of the product’s support lifecycle, whichever comes first. For more information, please see the service pack policy at

Click HERE for read on Microsoft Website!