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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Advanced Deployment by Martyn Coupland

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Designing a sample hierarchy

We are going to finish off this chapter by looking at a scenario, which is fairly common. This example will use some of the rules that we have seen throughout this chapter and put them into practice. We will also see how the working of Configuration Manager 2012 helps in addressing some business requirements and look at our design decisions throughout the process and wrap up with how the design brings business benefits.

Our customer is currently running Configuration Manager 2007 to manage around 25,500 clients over three physical locations. The current hierarchy consists of one central site and four child primary sites; the company's headquarters are located in London with offices in New York and Chicago.

After a meeting ...

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