ConfigMgr – When not to use IP Address Ranges as Boundaries in Configuration Manager

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This post from Jason Adams over on the ConfigMgr Team Blog makes fascinating reading. I had always assumed (incorrectly), that IP subnet based boundaries and IP address range based boundaries basically achieved the same thing (bit of course in slightly different ways as their names suggest), but there was’t any real performance “hit” difference between. However, I’m wrong and after reading this post now understand the implications of using the different types of boundaries and I’d recommend everyone using IP subnet/ ranges ...

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[ConfigMgr 2012][ConfigMgr 2007][SMS 2003][SMS 2.0] Are there any Site Code Combinations I should avoid using?

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This is one article/ post I’ve been meaning to write for as long as I can remember and now is the time.

Ever since I’ve worked with SMS/ ConfigMgr (14 years now – yikes), one issue I’ve come across is that people don’t realise that although a Site Code can be three alphanumeric characters you cannot use the MS-DOS (Disk Operating System if you’ve only ever worked with computers that run Windows ;-) reserved names (names of items ...

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