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  1. Got my information here, will obviously test it first
  2. That is potentially an option - we are currently running on Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 which needs to be upgraded to Server 2019 and SQL Server 2019. Management thinks side by side migration is better option as it means minimal downtime and less effort. Thoughts?
  3. I'm looking to setup a new System Center Current Branch to run alongside our System Center 2012 SP1 correct me if i'm wrong, as long as the site code is different i should not encounter any issues? Also, i read somewhere that i need to disable automatic site assignment but i can't seem to find that option on SCCM 2012 SP1 - could someone point me in the right direction? Cheers!
  4. Hello all, Brief background: 100 odd laptops running Windows 10 1511 (workgroup), these were deploy using SCCM. We only use SCCM to push out in house applications and remote support via VPN Laptop gets windows updates directly from Microsoft. My question is if these laptops auto update to 1607, can i still manage these laptops via our current SCCM or do i have to upgrade to the latest SCCM? Any other reason other than not being able to OS deploy Windows 10 1607 (and onwards)? Many thanks DJ
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