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  1. Hey Guys, This is more than likley going to be one of those super simple moments where I have missed something so apologies in advance. We have 1 Primary site and several remote DP's connected by slow links. The remote DP's are only DP's. While the Primary site houses everything else. I.e SUP, MP, SCEP etc.. WHAT IS OCCURING. All clients no matter where they are are going back to primary site flooding the wan links. WHAT IS CONFIGURED The SUP site is configured with ADR's and the Software update Packages are deployed to all remote DP's. Status of each remote DP is healthy. When looking at the WUAhandler.log file I see every bit of traffic going back to the primary site for Software updates and all SCEP updates going to the internet. This is occuring during the the OSD process and after as well. Basically the questions I have is: Should all updates be coming from the local DP assuming all my boundaries are set correclty? If so what would you suggest double checking in the config? Thank you all in advance for your suggestions.
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