2 апреля 2008 г. 8:01Hi,
I noticed that there is no support for installing a SCCM site on a Server 2000 SP4 box.
Some of our secondaries still have that OS installed.
Is it only "not supported" or does it really not work?
Another option is to keep our secondaries on SMS 2003 till we upgrade to Server 2003 as SMS 2003 childs can
talk with a SCCM parent but what is for instance the impact for Feature Packs?
I assume we need to keep ITMU as long we have SMS 2003 clients?
And what about the new OSD (MDT) can we distribute these image to SMS 2003 secondary servers?
2 апреля 2008 г. 19:40
Regarding your question: Is it only "not supported" or does it really not work?
Why should you implement a solution that has impact on your entire infrastructure and clients if the same solution is not supported by Microsoft, I think you have your answer for this one.
Regarding the other questions, you need to uninstall all the feature packs except the ITMU.
Other things to keep in mind:
SMS 2003 sites that you want to upgrade must be running advanced security
All clients must be upgraded to the advanced clients since SCCM doesn't support legacy clients
Collections from SCCM will also be created in SMS 2003
You cannot manage SMS 2003 primary sites from the SCCM console
SCCM clients cannot be assigned to SMS 2003 sites
If the databases uses SQL replication you must disable it during the upgrade process
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3 апреля 2008 г. 16:32Модератор
To answer the question - server and site role setup are both blocked if the minimum operating system and pre-requisites are not met.
4 апреля 2008 г. 6:32Stan,
Thanks that's indeed an answer on my question
I was just wandering what was possible or not.
I 'll have my central and primaries SCCM and keep some secondaries SMS 2003 till the servers are replaced
some sites will act as a Branch DP.