1. Turn on features before understanding how they work.
  2. Ignore “best practices” guidelines during installation.
  3. Don’t bother creating a SQL maintenance plan for backups.
  4. Maintenance windowsWhat maintenance windows?
  5. Unleash Software Updates without asking about maintenance windows.
  6. Add everyone into the Full Administrators role.
  7. AD Site Links? Do those matter?
  8. Deploy an OSD task sequence to the All Systems collection.
  9. Proclaim ‘software packaging is completely unnecessary‘ and believe it.
  10. Convince yourself you already know everything about SCCM.

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