GrayAndYellowGearsMicrosoft’s very own D.C. Tardy (Senior Program Manager for Configuration Manager) just posted a great article over on the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform Blog that talks about the new hierarchy design in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and some of the changes regarding primary site servers :

“What has changed in Configuration Manager?” This is one of the first questions people ask me when talking about the next release. That is a VERY big question to answer and I don’t intend to answer it all right here. After all, there is product documentation. And I know that everyone reads the documentation, right?

Even if you have read the documentation, I wanted to give you the “skinny” on what to expect with changes regarding primary site servers – which is a rather drastic difference from what you had in Configuration Manager 2007.

You can read the rest of D.C.’s article here.

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center & Security Knowledge Engineer

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