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For more information about Windows Update Services, see the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserversystem/wus
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Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 is an integrated software deployment and management application that provides the following capabilities:
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Application deployment SMS provides powerful, enterprise-class application deployment capabilities superior to those included in Windows Server 2003 Group Policy. Security patch management SMS provides powerful software update management capabilities superior to those included in Software Update Services and Windows Update Services. Asset management SMS provides detailed software and hardware inventory capabilities, as well as application usage reporting.
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For more information about Systems Management Server, see the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/smserver.
Assess Phase
The first phase of the software update management process is the assess phase. In this phase, you evaluate the current state of the network by creating a hardware and software inventory, prioritizing high-value computers and servers, and creating a set of baseline computer configurations. You should also evaluate security threats and vulnerabilities in this phase as part of your overall security strategy. For more information on security planning, see Part III of this book, as well as the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/Security/default.mspx.
Creating a Hardware and Software Inventory
The first task in the assess phase is to complete an inventory of the hardware and software in use on the network. To do so, document the network topology and usage patterns, identify computers to inventory and information to collect, and then choose the appropriate tool or tools to perform the inventory.
Documenting Network Topology and Usage Patterns
In the process of creating a hardware and software inventory, it is important to document the network topology. Doing so helps identify areas of the network that might require alternate software update strategies or special attention to network bandwidth, as might be the case with branch offices. When documenting the topology and usage patterns of a network, start by creating a diagram of the network topology showing the location of each subnet, the speed of network connections, where key servers are located, and any other salient information. SMS and Microsoft Visio provide automated topology diagramming tools that can help with this task, as discussed in the Choosing Inventory Tools section later in this chapter.
Part II:
Desktop Management
Next, obtain traffic and usage patterns by using network traffic analysis tools, analyzing performance logs, and interviewing the relevant people about business patterns, such as yearly accounting periods and recurring deadlines.
Identifying Computers to Inventory
When creating a hardware and software inventory, it is important to identify all relevant devices including the following:
Domain computers Remote computers
Computers belonging to local domains.
Computers that connect to the network via virtual private network (VPN) or remote access server (RAS) connections.
Computers in a perimeter network Computers located on a network on the edge of the local network, and (usually) not a member of any domain. Standalone computers Other computers in the organization not joined to any domain. Network devices This includes routers, firewalls, and wireless access points with updatable firmware, and Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices, which often run Windows Storage Server.
Identifying Information to Collect
When inventorying computers, collect the following information:
Computer name Computer type
Record the DNS and NetBIOS names of each computer. Record the type of each computer for example, desktop, laptop, or Record what operating system and service
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