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  1. Another question, When creating a boundary group, in the general tab, under Boundaries would you use the IP Address range boundaries here or the AD Site Boundaries for Content Location and site assignment?
  2. Thank Kingen, That's exactly what I wanted to confirm. Are there scenarios where you would want to do it any other way?
  3. Thanks kingen, I don't know how I missed checking that box. I've now corrected it and have run a 'discover' and it's found all the AD site boundaries. So back to my original question.. Do you only use the AD site boundaries for client site assignment only and IP boundaries for content location only? Thanks again, Jon
  4. Is this the default instance on your sql seever and theres no other instance installed? I struggled with getting my 2nd instance recognized by sccm the first time I installed it. Turned out to be dynamic ports but that's another issue.
  5. Yes, it's sites A,B,C & D are in the same AD/Forest. AmrelMahdy, excuse my ignorance but how/where do you create AD forest Assigment? Thanks, Jon
  6. Hi All, I have a question about how to best implement boundaries for the purposes of Content Locaation and Site Assignment. We have 4 sites, say A,B,C & D. Should I create 4 separate boundaries for A,B,C & D and then put them into one Boundary Group for Site Assignment? Then create boundary groups using IP Address Ranges (Auto-discovered) for Content Location? We only have the one primary site so I'm just confused about these boundary groups and am trying to prevent any overlaps. If I were to use the IP Addresses strictly, then I would end up with boundary groups with overlapping boundaries (using same IP address ranges) <- hope that makes sense. I've read up on a few blogs including http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2012/08/02/secondary-sites-and-boundary-groups/ and http://blogs.technet.com/b/elie/archive/2012/05/14/system-center-2012-configuration-manager-part3-boundaries-and-boundary-groups.aspx but I still don't quite understand. Thanks Guys! Jon
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