Welcome to the Nomad 7.0.200 documentation space. Here we describe all aspects of configuring and using Nomad. Here is a quick overview of what the Nomad documentation pages will tell you.

Introducing Nomad 7.0.200

An overview of Nomad; what it does and how it can benefit your organization. An introduction to the features of Nomad is provided, alongside a high-level explanation of the Nomad architecture.

Implementing Nomad

Everything you need to know about getting Nomad installed and running in your network. This section is structured in a way that leads you through a typical implementation project.

  • PreparationWhat you will need to prepare in advance of implementing Nomad in your network. Typically, these are tasks that may take some time, depending on how your organization works. A more complete checklist of tasks is provided in Prerequisites.
  • PrerequisitesA checklist of infrastructure prerequisites and dependencies that most organizations would require in order to install Nomad.
  • Installing and upgradingHow to install, uninstall and upgrade Nomad.
Working with Nomad

How to administer, use and maintain Nomad, including: some typical worked scenarios, a feature reference organized into core and advanced features, operational best practices and frequently asked questions.

  • Core featuresCore features of Nomad that are available with minimal configuration of the Nomad client. Some features require additional configuration of Nomad client on Configuration Manager Distribution Points.
  • Advanced featuresNomad provides a number of advanced features that require changes to the default configuration of Nomad client.
  • ActiveEfficiency featuresFeatures of Nomad that require ActiveEfficiency Server.
  • OS Deployment featuresNomad support for Configuration Manager OS Deployment.
  • Nomad toolsTools that can help troubleshoot or configure Nomad.
  • Operational best practicesSome best practices tips for particular operational situations.
  • Frequently asked questions

A general methodology for investigating issues with Nomad server components and 1E Client, as well as identifying key issues and their resolutions.


An introduction to Nomad training resources, including lab guides.


All reference material for including all the list and table type information, such as installer properties in alphabetical lists etc.


Copyright and trademark notices

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