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Howto copy from lab/test to production environment?

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At this moment we are in the process of creating a new Windows 10 image and all related stuff (TS, apps, etc) in our lab/test environment. This lab env is running SCCM Current Branch (1511). Our production env is running 2012 R2 and we are preparing and planning to upgrade this production env to the same level as our lab env. Both env are separate hierarchies with different site codes, but are member of the same domain and have full network connection. Data source of both env is stored on a central SAN that is available to both env.


What we want is to be able to copy/export/migrate all relevant stuff from the lab env to our production env when this is fully tested and approved.


It would be very nice if we would be able to accomplish this export from the newer Current Branch version into our production environment that is running an older version, but realistically i guess this is not supported nor possible and don't want to spend to much time into this scenario.


What i do want to know is what's the best method of copying/exporting/migrating from our lab env to our production env? I know the existence of the TS export function and the migration tool, but have not tested both. Testing both is no problem, but i would like to know your experiences with this kind of setup. Any help/tips is greatly appreciated!

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