We are a member of a large AD Domain. Our Corporate office has its own SCCM system which is used for clients in their country. In our region we also have an SCCM 2007 system. We have 3 sites, one Central and two Parent sites. Our AD has been configured with Supernets. I understand that we cannot use Supernets in SCCM. We have configured our boundaries with all of the subnets individually. Our issue is how do we configure the Boundaries for our VPN clients, many who rarely if ever visit the office? We have Colos providing our VPN connections to our Network. Our users use one Colo in most cases. We have identified the IP subnets that they are using. But anyone in the company could connect using this colo and receive an ip address within those subnets. If we add those subnets to our Boundaries, is there a risk that those computers would be added to our SCCM system and receive microsoft updates or application install packages etc from our SCCM system? How should we configure the Boundaries for our users who connect to our network through the VPN?
Thank you. CBenson