Introduction to Parallels Mac Management
for Microsoft SCCM

Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft SCCM

For companies that already have Microsoft SCCM in place, Parallels Mac Management allows administrators to maximize investments they’ve already made and use SCCM as the single pane of glass to manage both PCs and Macs.

Installation and Configuration
Installation and Configuration
Inventory & Device Collections
Inventory & Device Collections
How to Deploy OS X Images to Macs via SCCM Infrastructure
How to Deploy OS X Images to Macs via SCCM Infrastructure

Comparison Chart

Compare Parallels Mac Management with the stand-alone SCCM 2012 R2.

Software and Patch Deployment

  • Support for deployment of a wide range of software packages: .dmg, .pkg, .iso, .app, scripts, and stand-alone files
  • Centrally manage and install software packages and patches
  • Support for silent deployment and deployment with user interaction

Asset Inventory

  • Scan your corporate network automatically to identify Mac computers, then auto-enroll them in SCCM
  • Gather hardware and software inventory for your Mac computers
  • Collect Mac warranty status (i.e., AppleCare)
  • Leverage native Microsoft SCCM reports to view information about your Mac machines

OS X Image Deployment via SCCM

  • Seamless integration of Mac OS X image deployment into your SCCM workflow
  • Build lightweight OS X images and customize OS X deployments with the support for SCCM Task Sequence Steps

Configuration Management

  • Enforce compliance via our extended SCCM configuration items: Mac OS X configuration profiles and shell scripts
  • Secure your corporate data by enforcing FileVault 2 full-disk encryption

Application Self-Service Portal for Mac Users

  • Users can install approved applications themselves
  • IT oversight of on-demand applications maintains corporate compliance

Manage your Parallels Desktop virtual machines (VMs)

Mass deploy virtual machines thru SCCM

Contact Us

Schedule a demo or learn more about managing Mac computers with Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager: