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I have been tasked with upgrading roughly 800 PCs in my environment from Windows 7 to Windows 10. One problem that I am discovering is that we have multiple versions of Windows 7(Home, Pro and Enterprise). Professional is overwhelmingly most common, tho as we are trying to use bitlocker, we need to use Enterprise. I built the TS using the instructions located here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/upgrade/upgrade-to-windows-10-with-system-center-configuraton-manager and it seems to work pretty well on Win7 Enterprise > Win 10 Enterprise so long as i remove System Center Endpoint Protection first. When I attempt to upgrade a Win7 Professional pc i get the attachedsetuperr.log Is there an upgrade path available that I can use to take Win7 Pro to Win10 Enterprise?
Hello! Not commercial issue, laboratory work Given: One large enterprise nationwide. Forest (root domain), which includes about 80 sub-domains. Each domain is a separate branch of the company located in a particular region of the country. In each domain, an average of 2,000 workstations (+ \ - 1000). In forest about 146,000 workstations. Each domain (region) have a system administrator (domain administrator). Clients: Windows XP \ Vista \ 7, Windows 2003 \ 2008. The network is set up on the basis of the star, where the center is the root domain and the administrator of the enterprise. The channels between the root domain and subdomains of 1 Mbit \ s to 10 Mbit \ s. SCCM is required to implement in order to fulfill the Inventory hardware and software, automated deployment and software updates, deployment of Windows operating systems. Each domain administrator must administer only clients in their region. Offer in the central office (the root domain) deploy CAS and 2 primary site, for extending the limit of the number of clients to 300 000 (i think that 150 000 with 1 primary site - to few). In each region (subdomains) deploy one the secondary site (up to 10 000 clients). Is this right solution? As far as it is in the rule of minimizing the number of primary sites?