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  1. Hi all, I've my lab setup running under two servers (SCCM server and SQL server). I did this to keep the environment as equal as other environments where I work with. However, I need more space (hdd) and maybe this will also help me to gain some performance. I want to install the a new instance of SQL in the SCCM Server. Is this as simply as it should or it's a big challenge?! Steps that I think are necessary: - install same SQL version in SCCM server, same collation, reporting services; - remove reporting services roles - follow all these steps https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configurationmgr/2013/04/02/how-to-move-the-configmgr-2012-site-database-to-a-new-sql-server/ - restart sccm server - install reporting services Is this to much or should I just refresh everything? (that's a lot of work as well)... This steps are for CM12 but since I'm using CM1511 not sure if they will work... I believe they will, but if someone has this kind of experience, I really appreciate. Thank you all!
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