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List of TechNet Virtual Labs for SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and Intune

What is TechNet Virtual Lab? TechNet Virtual Labs enable us to experience a software product or technology using a cloud based private virtual machine environment. Technet Virtual Labs are Risk Free, Simple (well guided), Fast and Free !! You don’t need to have a dedicated machine to build your SCCM lab. You just need to have a good internet connection and supported browser. I recommend you to use Internet Explorer for Technet Virtual Labs. I’ve a post where you can get the list of SCCM 2012 SP1 Technet Virtual Labs (20 labs).

SCCM 2012 R2 Technet Virtual Labs 1

TechNet virtual labs are hosted in the cloud. The most interesting part of TechNet virtual labs are, each lab has an assignment and you need to complete that assignment with in 1 or 2 hours. This assignments have step by step documentation which will help any newbie to complete the assignment. You will be presented with a set of instructions and access to one or more virtual machines with no additional software or setup required.

List of TechNet Virtual Labs for SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and Intune

Device Management (Mobile Device) with Microsoft Intune (Standalone) – Click to Launch the Virtual Lab

 

Device Management (Mobile Device) with Microsoft Intune and SCCM 2012 R2 (Hybrid) – Click to Launch the Virtual Lab

 

Introduction to Microsoft SCCM ConfigMgr (System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager) 2012 R2 – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Deploying SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2 – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Deploying a SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2 Hierarchy  – Click to Launch the lab  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007 to SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Upgrading from SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 to SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Managing Clients with SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Implementing Role-Based Administration (RBA) in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Basic Software Distribution with SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Managing Content in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Managing Software Updates in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

OSD Deploying Windows 8.1 to Bare Metal Clients with SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Implementing Endpoint Protection in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Implementing App-V 5.0 in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

Implementing Linux Clients in SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2  – Click to Launch the Virtual lab

 

I would recommend to use Windows client rather than Web Client because of the reasons mentioned in below chart.

Virtual Labs

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Posted in: ConfigMgr (SCCM), Configmgr2012, SCCM 2012 R2

15 Comments

  1. alexandrelizarov says:

    hmmm,i tried chrome,ie browsers but was not able to launch the lab “OSD Deploying Windows 8.1 to Bare Metal Clients with SCCM ConfigMgr 2012 R2” web and windows client tries were not successful

  2. Danny says:

    Thank you for this post. The drive for my virtual environment died and I needed something fast to brush up on some skills.

  3. keshav says:

    When we integrate Intune with configuration manager, we select user collection whose member will be able to configure and enroll device. But then how will we manage Intune user license, which we need to assign users from Intune account portal.

    • Anoop says:

      Keshav ! – The best way to control licenses is from Intune or office 365 portal 🙂

      KR
      Anoop

      • keshav says:

        Agree that best way to manage is from Intune Account Portal.
        In our environment(Intune with SCCM) we have 500 Intune user licenses, but more than 500 users are able to enroll devices because they are part of user collection mentioned in Intune Extension in SCCM. Please suggest how is this happening?

  4. keshav says:

    Agree.
    In our environment (Intune with SCCM) we have 500 user licenses but more than 500 users are able to enroll devices as they are part of user collection mentioned in Intune extension in SCCM. Please suggest how is this happening?

  5. George says:

    This is a great list of virtual labs, thanks, but I’m trying to find a guide on what to do in each lab. Am I missing something?

  6. Venkatesh says:

    Hi anoop
    if we run the hardware inventory for add or remove programs information from sccm , from where its get those information from client machine.

  7. Venkatesh says:

    could you please explain clearly about the difference b/w sccm 2007 distribution point and sccm 2012 distribution point and in sccm 2012 how the content will be stored in content library.

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