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We are planning a Win10 migration in the next few months, we have about 1300 endpoints. The management team wants to split the migration on 2 weenkends.

Here is our SCCM infrastructure Architecure :

1 Site server \MP

7 DPs with SMP role (one for each location on different timezones)

1 SUP server.

My question is, would you think that we should scale up our architecture? what changes you may want to make to adjust to the migration?


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without more details it's hard to say. What's your migration approach (in place upgrade, wipe and load with data migration....)? Do all clients have fast connection to DP? Do you have any internet clients. Also, do you have and bandwith optimization technologies implemented, like branch cache or peer cache...

what are your main concerns here?

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It’s gonna be a bare metal( wipe and load ), mostly  refreshes and few replaces ,both with data migration. 

The approach is : USB standalone media for the upgrade ones, and online with SMP for the replace.

The USB option is to avoid any network bottleneck during the migration.

Most of  clients (not all offices) have a 1Go connection to their DPs , no internet clients.

unless I’m wrong , we don’t need a bandwith optimization in this case.

So, the DPs will be mainly requested during the replace scénario as they are also setup as SMPs.

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