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SCCM 2012 management point

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I have a architectural question about management point in sccm 2012 how does it work does it have the content for the site and how is it different from DP please any help will be appreciated.
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A dp can exist on anything from windows 7 upward, It is a distribuion point only each DP can hold 10,000 objects and you can have 250 of them.

Management point is a site system role that provides policy and service location information to clients and receives configuration data from clients.

Distribution point is a  site system role that contains source files for clients to download, such as application content, software packages, software updates, operating system images, and boot images.
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