Meaning of using SCCM to meter adobe and how does it work?

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I'm a little confused about SCCM, how does SCCM work and how can I use it to meter adobe softwares? Or there's just a particular adobe software/application that can be used by SCCM?

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Meaning of using SCCM to meter adobe and how does it work?

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Hi Priscilla Hilyard,

System Center Configuration Management is a management softwareproduct by Microsoft for managing large groups of Windows -based computer systems. Configuration Manager provides remote control, patch management, software distribution, operating system deployment, network access protection, and hardware and software inventory.

 

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Meaning of using SCCM to meter adobe and how does it work?

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Hi,
SCCM stands for System Center Configuration Manager. It is an application from the Microsoft for managing large group of Windows based computers. It provides has different features such as Remote Control, Patch Management, Operating System Deployment, Software distribution etc.
You can use the SCCM to manage the Adobe functions. I suggest you to download the 2012 version of SCCM onto your computer from the official Microsoft website.
Thanks and regards,
Skarbos Jay.

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Meaning of using SCCM to meter adobe and how does it work?

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How to enable SCCM:

First, go to the Configuration Manager console, then System Center Configuration Manager -> Site Database -> Computer Management -> Software Metering.

Select Software Metering Properties. Enable Auto-create and disable metering rules from the recent usage inventory data. Enable the ‘specify percentage’ option, which by default is 10, and confirm that there will be no metering rules created automatically. There are 100 metering rules.

Now, you can use it.

You can meter all of your software using it.

How SCCM works:

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