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Need to put some quantitative figure (say number of servers, workstations, support hours, etc) to justifiy for the investment of SCCM. Any reference for this ?

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how many users/devices are u supporting?
sccm and WSUS can run on same server and handle 3-5ooo easily
i prefer to separate them but only my opinion
I seldom see any org with less than 2500 users implementing SCCM
unless they have a legitimate quantifiable need.
I rolled it out for 3K users recently solely for AV - FEP -Endpoint Protection
and Win 7 Deployment
they will then continue to use it for packaging apps
so
build win2k8/12 server
install SCCM - single site
Install WSUS
Config
a few hours each step
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call your microsoft rep...
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if your looking for statistical info
trying looking up
benefits of SCCM
or Benefits of SCCM over SMS
a few sites have already posted these
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Thanks but still couldn't find some figure regarding to the number fo servers , workstations, ...

Currently, we have around 20 servers (physical + Virtual) with 200 workstations. Software deployment mainly use psexec.


Any further comment ?

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For this environment System Center Essentials or Small Business Server should be enough, but in your case i think a SCCM Primary is the best case.
But even this could be wrong as there are so many facots how a SCCM infrastucture is planned.

Check out this link:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712681.aspx
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