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Handling multiple domains in SCCM 2012

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Hi, I've been using some of the SCCM guides to setup our new environment. I'm pretty new to SCCM and they have been very helpful!


We are in the process of rolling out SCCM 2012 R2. We will be managing < 25k clients. We will be running one primary site, a dedicated MSSQL box, and a single DP.


Our first goal is to use it to automate patching in our test/dev environments. The issue we are running up against is our prod SCCM environment is in one domain and out dev environments span multiple domains. I'm trying figure out the best way to manage all of these servers without creating a service account at the root domain level for security scope reasons.


Here is an example of the domains.



rootdomain.com - root domain

ad.rootdomain.com - Prod AD domain



adlab.rootdomain.com - Dev

tritest.adlab.rootdomain.com - Dev

devad.adlab.rootdomain.com - Dev

devid.rootdomain.com - Dev

devcv.rootdomain.com - Dev



What would be the best way to handle managing these servers?






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