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  2. Hi Experts, We are currently implementing SCCM Current Branch 1702 afresh for one of our customers replacing BMC Marimba, and it was only a week back that we were informed about another existing installation of SCCM in one of the regions. They are using SCCM 2012 SP2.for managing patching for both server and desktop endpoints, with one Primary site and 8 distribution points. Now in our current implementation, we are looking to manage approximately 10000 endpoints and 1500 servers via a standalone Primary with additional management server and multiple secondaries in remote locations and dist
  3. Hi, As you have noted already, from a purely "supported" standpoint Windows Server 2003 is out of support for almost 2 years now. However, to my understanding it does work, but not sure how long term that solution is.
  4. Update - I have finally been able to convince the management to co-host SQL on the Primary server computer. This is how the final compute looks like PSS co hosting SQL DB - 8 Core, 64GB RAM Primary MP hosting (MP+DP+App+Reporting+SUP) - 4 Core, 32 GB IBCM Server (MP+DP+SUP) - 4 core, 8GB RAM 16 x DPs - 4 core, 16GB RAM SS in remote regional site with poor connectivity with the DC - (8 Core, 16GB RAM) I would probably not get a RAID and instead get a VM which would be sitting on a V-SAN pure Stroage. Any IOPS recommendations? As a general practice they wanted to keep al
  5. Hi Experts, Looking for some help to understand a rather tricky topic. This has been my understanding so far: Core-based licensing System Center 2016 Standard and Datacenter Server MLs are Core-based licenses. A Server ML Core license must be assigned to each physical core in the server, with a minimum of 8 Core licenses per processor, and a minimum of 16 Core licenses per server. Used Case 1: a single processor server with 4 cores requires 16 Server ML Core licenses, and a 4 processor server with 8 cores on each processor requires 32 Server ML Core licenses. Server ML Core
  6. Update - I have finally been able to convince the management to co-host SQL on the Primary server computer. This is how the final compute looks like PSS co hosting SQL DB - 8 Core, 64GB RAM Primary MP hosting (MP+DP+App+Reporting+SUP) - 4 Core, 32 GB IBCM Server (MP+DP+SUP) - 4 core, 8GB RAM 16 x DPs - 4 core, 16GB RAM SS in remote regional site with poor connectivity with the DC - (8 Core, 16GB RAM) I would probably not get a RAID and instead get a VM which would be sitting on a V-SAN pure Stroage. Any IOPS recommendations?
  7. HI Garth, I am not in for a remote SQL and will have it co-hosted with the primary. That would take care of a lot of things. What in your view would be a realistic setup for an implementation similar to this? Assuming this setup would scale up to a ~ 15K (desktops+servers) in future.
  8. Hi Garth, Thanks for your response. The SUP and WSUS role will be installed on the Primary MP server. This will become the upstream data source location. The Windows and office Updates will be synced from Primary, Secondary and the DPs. RP will also reside in the Primary MP server and the reporting database will be installed on the SQL server. Yes, there will be a dedicated connection between SQL and the Primary server site (Datacenters). The reason for having a dedicated SQL is mostly IOPS and <billing> Everything will be virtual. Hi anyweb, Yes I'am all for fighting
  9. Hi Experts, I am currently designing a Current Branch implementation for a customer who continues to ask for a Microsoft best practice evidence/ documentation. From whatever I have gathered over my past years of experience, i have never really come across a single "best practice rulebook" as one size can never fit all. In any case, could you guys direct me to any such guide which has design decisions/ used cases documented? other than these https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/configs/supported-configurations https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/hierarc
  10. Hi Experts, Only recently, we found a bug with our Windows 8.1 Image. We have configured the TS to allow user choose the language while TS is executed. The selected language works fine on the Welcome Page and even on the login page where the user is prompted for user id and password. However, once logged in the start menu, desktop and icons appear in the English US. I have tested logging in using both administrator account as well as a standard user with the same results. The user gets the option to chose German and make it the primary language. However the language doesnt change to German
  11. Hi Experts, Sorry about digging an old thread. Only recently, we found a bug with our Windows 8.1 Image. We have configured the TS to allow user choose the language while TS is executed. The selected language works fine on the Welcome Page and even on the login page where the user is prompted for user id and password. However, once logged in the start menu, desktop and icons appear in the English US. I have tested logging in using both administrator account as well as a standard user with the same results. I am using the below in the unattend.xml: <InputLocale>%Keyboardlocale%<
  12. Hi Experts Env: 1 Central Server 15 Primary servers 1 WSUS Server Multiple Active update sources (all primary servers) We are using SCCM to patch workstations and servers and have identified an issue with multiple WSUS update sources in the database. This is from a previous WSUS installation where in the stale entries still prevail in the database. We have determined to delete the inactive update source from the db and reinstall the SUP role alone. Apart from redoing the updates classification and custom site settings what impact is this going to have in the environment. e.g. on the old up
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