SCCm Remote Control with secondary site
I had a question for any SCCM Admins in the know. I'm working on a Single Primary Site SCCM setup that literally spans the globe. Its based in America and obviously speeds vary. Service Desk in Europe use SCCM remote control
for users in Europe and complain that it is very slow. If I introduce a secondary site in say Amsterdam, and all Support and Users report to the european management point, will that improve remote control performance for European based SD.
I suppose what I mean is will european Remote Desktop Traffic relay through the secondary site and out to the clients.
On that topic, apart from introducing a secondary site for slow wan reasons, mp sup and dp is there any other good selling points ?
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