Last updated on September 25th, 2021 at 08:50 pm
If you are using System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) then you will probably be making use of the Application Catalog feature. This allows IT departments to give a software shop front to its end users freeing up IT staff from the tedious installations of 7-Zip and Adobe Reader.
But, the standard URL for the Application Catalog is a bit dirty, usually consisting of your servers name which will mean nothing to your end users.
So, why not give it a fancy DNS name like software.mydomain.com ?
To do this is a lot simpler than you might imagine and should not take an IT pro long to setup. We were going to write up a full guide on how to do this, but we came across a guide that Coretech wrote a number of years ago but is still relevant now. So, we will point you in the direction of that instead! So just click the link below to go to the guide:
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