SCCM query

Dear All,

This is a query regarding SCCM deployment.
I have a central server and 5 to 6 Primary Servers in Different locations with different site codes.

One of the senior fool asked me - is it possible to deploy a package to all computers enterprise wide from the central site. (Bloody hell there are more than 4 lac computers enterprise wide). Please help me with an answer.

venkatspbSenior Software EngineerAsked:
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Chris BRetiredCommented:
Close this and try again, but next time be more polite. Bad language will not serve you well here. Over 400,000 computers? Really?

Chris B

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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
So  work in Infosys, right?

Venkat from infosys windows department?

This query should be easy to execute.
Yes it is possible to deploy an applicaton to all your compuers from your central site. When you create your package/advertisment you tell the system that it can fallback to protected distribution points.
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You create your package on the central site along with the advertisment and assign it to a collection that has all your pcs in it, like all systems.  Then distribute the package to all your distribution points.  When setting the schedule on your advertisments you can choose to execute the install at a universal time or a local time to each site.  the status messages will be passed back up the chain to the central site so you can have one place to view the results.
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