Hi all

I'm busy with the design phase for an SMS 2003 project for a customer. I'm rather novice when it comes to 2003 (have experience with SMS 2.0).

HQ: 1500 XP SP2 clients, 1 LAN network
Remote: 250 XP SP2 clients situated in shops, each shop has 2 computers and is connected to HQ with 256 Kb line.

Currently they use SMS 2.0 with 1 site server, 1 distribution point and 10 CAPs.

For SMS 2003 I would simply use 1 site server which also functions as DP, CAP and Management point. That's it.

Am I right if I would say: no more than just this? Will performance (sending inventory data, site updates, ...) be OK for those shop pc's? Software distribution is not done for those shop pc's.

Any other remarks or suggestions?

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I would make sure you shops are in a remote boundary, in case you ever need to send anything to them..
Answered 06/29/2007 by: Tone
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