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  1. I have two SCCM installations in one domain. The first installation (SMS01) was built by my predecessor. It originally was installed as SMS and then upgraded to SCCM. The schema was extended during the SMS installation. The SMS01 server is permissioned on the Systems Management container and it contains 2 SMS01 folders and several items for this installation. The second installation is SCCM (SCCM01) which has been upgraded to R3. This is totally separate from the first installation. I don’t believe I need to extend the schema because the schema was extended during the SMS01 installation. None of the boarders overlap and so far almost everything is working. I now need the active directory discovery to work for SCCM01. I believe all I have to do is add SCCM01 to the System Management container permissions. I want to know if SCCM01and SMS01 will co-exist or do I have to remove SMS01 for everything to work. Eventually I will be getting rid of SMS01.
  2. Peter, thanks for the response. To be clear, I would have to install FEP on my primary site server and not on a server that has the site system role on it. For example: My primary site server is SCCM01. WSUS01, Sql01 and Sql02 are listed as site systems. If I add a new server (AVFEP01, it would be lised as a site system. I should install FEP on SCCM01and not on AVFEP01. Is this correct? Dave
  3. Hi Everyone. I'm in the process of setting up FEP. I want to know if it is best to set up FEP on the central site server or on a seperate server. Currently, I have my primary sccm 2007 server, WSUS server, and 2 SQL servers- one for the SCCM database and one for reporting services. Should I setup FEP on a seperate server and what problems might I run into, or is it best on the primary site. Thanks, Dave
  4. Trevor, I was using the following command. ccmsetup SMSSITECODE=XYX SMSSLP=SERVERNAME SMSMP=SERVERNAME. This did not work. Here is what worked. I added FSP and gave the fully qualified server name. ccmsetup SMSSITECODE=XYX SMSSLP=SERVERNAME.mydomain.com SMSMP=SERVERNAME.mydomain.com FSP=SERVERNAME.mydomain.com. It took about 20 minutes to register. I updated my collection and the system appeared. Again thanks for the help. On to the next challange. Dave
  5. Ok, I tried installing the client manually. I specified the site code, the slp, and the MP. The client installs but the Client configuration Manager properties show the Site Mode and the ConfigMgr Connection Type as UNKNOWN, and the AD Site Name is from the original server. I tried to change the site code manually and get the message Failed to Update Site Code. I'm not sure where I should look next to fix this. Any ideas?
  6. Thanks, this is a great forum. The old install has been published in AD and I do have overlapping boundries. I have not configured any boundries on the new installation and have not published in AD as per your suggestions. I will try to manually install the client this afternoon and see what happens. Thanks.
  7. I am setting up a new Sccm 2007 installation that will temporarly co-exist with a pre-existing one. My questions is what is the best way to do this. Eventually the old installation will be removed. I wanted to keep them seperate if possible. I want to use a new site code and add only new clients to the new installation. The old installation has been recently been upgraded to Sccm 2007 r2.
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