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SCCM Corporate Heirarchy

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Dear Sirs,

Please tell how a Site Hierarchy planned for SCCM 2007 and 2012 for a large company.
Whether it will be mixed mode or native mode.

And please give me a simple example hierarchy for more clear understanding. I will be of great help to me.

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Venkat
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It can be either (Mixed/native). Less than 2% of companies were on Native mode. It does not affected by the size

Native mode does not exist in 2012 version. Only certain components can be ssl enabled.

Simplest structure is a single server with all roles.

Slightly higher is

CAS (Central)
  |
Primary
   |
Secondary sites
   |
Distribution points.
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