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Microsoft System Center Room for Improvement

PK
Network Engineer at a educational organization with 201-500 employees

They could definitely update some of the documentation associated with the product. We have a couple of issues with syncing with the Microsoft updates on servers. We don't completely understand what's happening. It's a little bit hard to get a handle on it, doing the research on our own.

Most of the documentation is online, however, there are some gaps there. The product documentation still refers back to the 2012 Server. We're pretty much in 2022. There's a ten-year gap there.

I work in a K-12 educational environment. Over the last 18 to 24 months, we've been back and forth between everybody being offsite, with the ability to manage devices over the public internet. A lot of times, particularly in this timeframe, student devices, teachers' devices have not been on site. Yet, we still need to ensure that those are being updated and protected. This may have already been considered in the mobile platform, however, it's something to consider here.

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IT Security & Infrastructure Manager and Technical Support at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees

In our case, the solution would be improved if they migrated to a cloud version. There could also be some improvement in the environment, it should be more user friendly.

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JI
Infrastructure Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees

The multi-tenancy support needs to be improved. We need to have the ability to manage several different environments from one central point of administration.

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MM
Mid Platform Architect at a computer software company with 201-500 employees

We recently carried out a complex implementation and I was part of the official design team for that project. The most difficult area we faced was the requirement of having one central system center that deployed in one domain, capable of managing and controlling the end user devices. We were using authentication based on certificates and it was difficult to do the work based on certificates from different domains. I would like to see a simplification of the implementation and integration in the case of multi-tenant environments.

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