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General Settings
Service status - SCCM integration is basically the power button of CSM for SCCM. CSM only downloads and deploys 3rd party software when it's in  Enabled  state. As a side note, it's important to understand that  disabling&nb...
Default Software Settings
General settings File system root folder for packages is the location where all the 3rd party software packages are downloaded. SCCM root folder for packages is a name for container that appears in the SCCM console in Applications section. A...
Default Deployment Settings
Default deployment settings This is one of the most important views in CSM for SCCM. You can create a default deployment configuration here which will used when a new deployment process is created. The  Collections  section enables addi...
Deployment Processes
Deployment process overview Deployment processes can be defined in SCCM integration tab. The deployment process navigation is in a tree form and default settings are always in the top. Created deployment processes will appear in the tree view ac...
E-mail Templates
1. Email templates can be configured in CSM for SCCM. 2. Tags can be used to place variables to message body. ...
New Application
When you have ordered or selected new application for you Centero Software Manager service, you need to select it to a desired deployment process in CSM.  1. Open Centero Software Manager and go to "SCCM Integration" tab. 2. Select ...
Task Sequence Automatic Update configuration
You can use Centero Software Manager to update new applications to your operating system installation task sequences. This feature requires additional privileges in SCCM (Operating System Deployment Manager role) and it needs to be ordered separatel...
Change the automatically updated task sequence New
In some cases, you might want to change the task sequence that CSM will automatically add newest application versions. In this example, we will create a new task sequence and add it as a nested task sequence into another task. This would make it pos...
Enable CSM for SCCM Integration
After Centero Software Manager is installed , configured properly and necessary deployment processes are created, you can turn on the SCCM integration. Now when the integration is enabled the statuses of the 3rd party software will change. ...
Existing Deployments
CSM application is able to automatically supersede older versions of the application when the application has been created by CSM application. On first deployment of each application SCCM administrator must create manually the supersede settings or ...
Update CSM
Centero announces all the version updates of CSM. Updating is a semi-automatic task but it requires a few actions on server. 1. Launch Centero Software Manager . 2. You will be prompted to update CSM. Select Yes . 3. Command prompt will l...
Changing Server
If you want to move CSM for SCCM to another server in an existing SCCM environment, you can follow the instructions below. In the case of completely new SCCM environment, you can install CSM for SCCM into the new environment with these instructions...