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SCCM fallback content source location

Posted on 2014-04-15
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After setting up an SCCM deployment job I was presented with a summary. There is a line which I do not understand:

Download and install software updates from the fallback content source location: Yes

What does "fallback content source location" mean?
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It's the secondary update location if SCCM isn't available.  This could mean downloading directly from Microsoft.
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Allow fallback source location for content: This distribution point property enables clients to fall back and use the distribution point as the source location for content when the content is not available on a preferred distribution point.
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so a preferred distribution point can be either another distribution point or microsoft windows update?
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I think Windows Updateis only used as fallback with the Definition updates from SystemCenter Entdpoint Protection, but this is independed of any Distrbution Points.
...So i say a Fallback Location can only be another Distribution Point
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