KBConsider the following scenario:

- You build a three-tier Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 hierarchy.
- The hierarchy has many distribution points. For example, the hierarchy has more than 5,000 distribution points.
- You create a package at the central site for software distribution, and then you distribute the package to all distribution points.

In this scenario, the sender component sends the packages to all distribution points after a delay of several hours.

For all the details, including the cause and hotfix, see the following new Knowledge Base article:

KB2559225 - Long delay when you distribute a package to a three-tier hierarchy in System Center Configuration Manager 2007 if the hierarchy has many distribution points

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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