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Simple way to capture and deploy images using System Center Operations Manager 2012

I'd like to learn how to use SCOM for a small project, I've downloaded the 2012 evaluation VHD and will look at licensing folowing based on how this first attempt goes.

I'm about to set up three Dell R420's, each of which will use Windows 2012, as hyper-V hosts. They will each be configured an identical manner, except for the server name and IP addresses.

I'd like to set up one and then clone its configuration to the other two to save time. The technet docs are quite prolific so I'm hoping someone can provide me with a step-by-step walkthrough of creating an image and deploying it that's useful for someone who's completely new to SCOM.

Thanks!
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Windows Deployment server with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit are required items and you use SCCM not SCOM
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dan_blagutCommented:
Hi
Here you have a doc for WDS:
http://www.kurtdillard.com/StudyGuides/70-643/1.html

Dan
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