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Dear Admin, My Apologize - I feel to raise this Question separately to make myself clarity on asking question and getting answer, As per the previous post, Phase I : Upgrade from SCCM 2012 SP2 to SCCM CB V1606 At Present, the Environment is having as below and mentioned with To - BE State After Successful, Completion with Phase I - Progressing Phase II as follows (As-IS and To-BE Infra) Please Validate if the As-IS to Phase I, II (To-BE) is Okay / Please suggest if any changes Kindly suggest me, My Sincere sorry if there is any repeated questions. I feel to get some added advice from you for MDT, ADK. At Present, We are using AS-IS Infra (SCCM 2012 SP2) with Operating System Windows 7 SP1 1. Application Deployment 2. Patch Deployment 3. OS Deployment *With Windows 7 SP1* We Continue with the same for all 3 above, and added to that Windows 10 OS as well with New Infra (Phase II SCCM CB V1710) Looking for your response and mentorship Regards, Veera
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.
Hi, We have a small office in Stockholm and remote offices in Singapore and London. We have maybe 300 users and max 500 workstations. There are Riverbed appliances to optimize WAN speed to both locations. Now we are in the process of setting up SCCM environments in S and L so we can PXE boot machines and deploy software quicker etc. I'm thinking about setting up remote DPs in both S and L, that seems like the best solution. Do you guys have any better suggestions? What should I do about boundaries and boundary/dp groups? Is there anything I should think about before going ahead with this? I will be travelling to S in a few weeks time and have about a week to get this and some other stuff done. Thanks.