BDPs Vs 2012
We have a large environment in terms of remote offices (over 200) and we tried using branch DPs in each remote office (all of which were Windows XP or sometimes Windows 7 workstations) and we had terrible success rates on our Windows 7 OSD. If you have 200 remote offices and each only has a T1 pipe what would SCCM 2012 make better or do different? I know SCCM 2012 eliminates all branch DPs but what would it do different when you have 200 remote offices all with T1's? And no, we Don't have any servers in our remote offices. If that is the only solution to use Branch Cache we may have to do it. Any advice would be nice. mqh7
November 21st, 2011 1:03pm

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November 21st, 2011 1:07pm

There are also add-ons to ConfigMgr. for scenarios like the one you have. Check 1E Nomad and Adaptiva Onesite solutions.Kent Agerlund | My blogs: and | Twitter @Agerlund | Linkedin: /kentagerlund
November 21st, 2011 1:51pm

There are really only 3 options: 1. Branch cache: doesn't require any 3rd party solution 2. 1E Nomad: 3rd party solution by Microsoft partner 3. Adaptiva OneSite: 3rd party solution by Microsoft partner I use Adaptiva OneSite in my environment because it is by far the best among all the available options. This comparison helped me in making up my mind:
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February 20th, 2012 4:32pm

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