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Hi, I'm building new SCCM Primary site and need some information

What is our requirements
we have around 2000 Device (servers 2003 to 2019 and Client Win 7 to 10 21H2), 200 Users
Office is based in 4 location

I just like to know what is best practice for this kind of setup

I came up with this but i'm not sure if this is OK
cpu: 4 cour
RAM 20GB
Drivers:
C 100GB,
D(sccm install) 50GB,
E: (database mdf for sccm and wsus) 70GB
F (database ldf for sccm and wsus)

G (database Temp for sccm and wsus)
H Application Source 500GB
I ContentLib (sccm/WSUS) 500GB

3 DP
2 core cpu
8GB ram
C 100GB
D ContentLib 500GB

Is this the best setup or i'm i missing something

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Is this a VM? if so that is a lot of broken up drive and will give you almost zero benefit. Create a C (os only) and D (virtual DVD),  E (everything else) drive and be done with it. 

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16 minutes ago, GarthMJ said:

Is this a VM? if so that is a lot of broken up drive and will give you almost zero benefit. Create a C (os only) and D (virtual DVD),  E (everything else) drive and be done with it. 

It is VM, the reason i though of creating multiple drive is that if we need to move any of the service then we can do it easily 

 

For primary site I was also think of doing this

 

cpu: 4 cour
RAM 20GB
Drivers:
C 100GB


D(sccm install) 50GB
E: (database mdf/ldf/temp for sccm and wsus) 100GB

H Application Source 500GB
I ContentLib (sccm/WSUS) 500GB

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I don't understand how it will be easier if you move it later. This will be no less work if it on one drive vs have parts all over the place. But is it wrong to break it up like this No, it is not but it will use more space.  

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