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ConfigMgr 2012 infrastructure requirements are dramatically different

Catchy title – and it should be.  Downtown D.C. Tardy has another post up and this time he’s highlighting the important aspects of the new hierarchy requirements for ConfigMgr 2012.

If there’s on single thing to know about ConfigMgr 2012 (when coming from a ConfigMgr 2007 environment), its that planning is hugely important.  Part of the planning is knowing exactly what you need to do, what changes are there, and how different the infrastructure must look for the new ConfigMgr 2012 rollout.

Check out D.C.’s post: The Biggest Changes in Hierarchy Design in Configuration Manager 2012

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