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  1. Sounds good ... How can use the file location as package source? Is below what you are saying. I was thinking of running below script as a program on the remote computers. Sorry but if you have any literature on how this works that would be really good .. Again thanks for your help on this. #create new Folder on the User computer $Folder = "c:\Folder" New-Item -Path $RealVNCFolder -type directory -Force #CopyFiles To the computer $LocalDp = (Get-Item -Path ".\" -Verbose).FullName Copy-Item -path "$LocalDp\File.ps1" -destination "c:\Folder"
  2. Thanks for the quick reply Kilamym, :-). Really appreciated. Throttling on the DP is already there.The package that is being deployed is just a batch script. This script copies a 10mb file from Central SCCM to each machine in the enterprise. Once this is copied i run a task to install from the location. I wanted to see if i can do the file copy from the distribution point instead of central server. Again thanks for your help.
  3. Guys, I am new here, just trying to figure out a way to copy files over the WAN without causing outages . I have a folder that i need to copy to a location on all computers in the enterprise. Is there a way i can copy these files to distribution points in SCCM and then copy it using s script to all computers which fall under that particular distribution point? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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