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Mastering System Center 2012 Configuration Manager by Peter Daalmans, Santos Martinez, Kent Agerlund, Steve Rachui

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Chapter 4

Installation and Site Role Configuration

Previous chapters have already begun pulling back the covers on the changes in Configuration Manager 2012. This chapter is focused on discussing Configuration Manager 2012 sites, hierarchies, and site system roles along with a walkthrough of building a sample hierarchy.

A major design pillar for Configuration Manager 2012 was hierarchy simplification. In previous versions of Configuration Manager it was not uncommon to find hierarchies with dozens of sites and in some cases thousands of sites, and often hierarchies would be built four to five or more layers deep. Both the number of sites in a hierarchy and the depth of the hierarchy bring with them configuration complexity, potential delays, ...

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