יום חמישי 31 מאי 2012 04:48
We have SCCM 2007 R3 installed on Windows 2008 R2 systems w/ SQL 2008 R2. English Language is used for servers. We have multiple child sites in the US under the central site. We have a primary site in Hong Kong and several child sites running under it. They all use English.
The Japan branch office wants to join to our SCCM and setup their own distribution point, Management Point, etc. Not sure if we'd set it to be a primary site, or become a secondary site underneath Hong Kong. In any event, a few questions:
1. Japan office is running their Windows servers in Japanese language. Can we add the Japan office to our existing English based SCCM infrastructure? Any known issues?
1b During install using a SCCM ISO, is there an option to detect the language in use on that system. Or do we need a SCCM install ISO for Japanese?
2. If we set Japan office as a new primary site, they will need SQL installed. How would this handle SQL collation? Would this be compatible and work with our central site SQL setup here in the USA? We have it setup for SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS collation
3. Any other 'gotcha's' you can thing off setting up a new SCCM site with a different language and country?
יום חמישי 31 מאי 2012 08:29See "Deploying Configuration Manager Sites in International and Multi-Language Environments": http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb632475.aspx and the linked documents.
Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de
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