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Sorry If this has been addressed somewhere else on here, I have not been able to find anything on this subject, and am a new user on this site. Here is my scenario. I am running sccm 2012 sp1. I recently setup 6 secondary sites at various offices throughout the US. I have been operating using just my primary site to patch and deploy applications to all my clients and that's been working well aside from issues with low bandwidth. Now I want to transition to having the patches and apps pushed to my secondary sites, and then having the clients get the patches and apps from their on-site serve