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  1. Nice! Thank you for the reply and info. It seems like a fairly straight forward process. Lo
  2. Thanks for the reply. May I bother you for a bit more of a step-by-step approach? Example: 1. Bring up a Windows 2008 R2 machine 2. Install SCCCM 3. Install R3 4. 5. 6. Brief guidance on best practices for setting up boundaries would be greatly appreciated. I don't want to jeapordize my current environment. Thank you!
  3. Greetings Anyweb, Great forums and resources here. Thank you for your time and effort sharing your knowledge and experiences. Here are my questions: I want replace my current setup with a new build of SCCM 2007 R3. I'm currently running SCCM 2007 SP2 for our organization (about 800+ machines). We have a nice VMware infrastructure and I want to rebuild the server there. What I need to know is how do I bring up another SCCM 2007 server without having it interfere with our current infrastructure? When the new VM environment is live, I want to be able to switch over and drop the other. I'm thinking I want to build the R3 virtual environment up and I was hoping I could just migrate the SQL database over from the previous instance, but with the new environment being R3 - will that jive? I perform image captures/deployments, WSUS updates/management, software deployments, etc. in my current environment... I look forward to your response. Lo
  4. I too have been searching for a solution to simply package the SCCM ConfigMgr Console so that I can deploy it to other admin machines for support-related needs... I have yet to find a simple way to accomplish this. Here is the most helpful I've found so far, but not as straight-forward as it should be: Deploy ConfigMgr Admin Console with MDT & R2 Note that the link above also includes references to the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). You can acquire the needed MDTs here. And for anyone else out there who's reading this thread, please post any helpful additions to this topic.
  5. Fantastic post/info. Thank you. Even though it's available on TechNet, it's nice to have it here as well.
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