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SCCM 2012 and WSUS 3.0 in the same server?

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Can I have SCCM and WSUS installed in the same server?

I am planning on deploying updates via SCCM so I wondered if this is possible to have the least amount of servers to provide this service.
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Yes we have Servers with SCCM and WSUS. We have not realized any problems yet.
But according to the SCCM (2012) Technet documentation, if you have more than 25'000 clients, you should run your WSUS\SUP on a sepearate server from your site server.

Do you want to use SCCM 2012?
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Yes, I will be using SCCM 2012 and I will maintaining less that 25,000 clients, so I guess I will be fine.
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