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Service Provider SCCM Setup. Solutions Architecture

I am looking on someone to give me some info regarding setting UP an SCCM set-up as a service provider.
I am looking at having a Server (CAS)  in the Cloud (Datacenter) and having Client sites every where.
The Client sites are independent Different forest, Different organisation different Domains etc..

What would be involved in a setup like this ?
Would we need to configure trusts  for multi Forest Support ?
I am assuming SCCM needs to be setup with a Full blown PKI infrastructure as well ?

I would like to be able to Push out Master Gold reference image from Central Site to client sites . Then give the Local technicians ability to choose whether to deploy the images to their sites or not. Same for Updates.


Has anyone has a setup like this before ?
What are the challenges you had to overcome ?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Microsoft has a 4 part series on this scenario
Scenario 1
Scenario 2
Scenario 3
Scenario 4

Follow this and report back if there is any part you are confused with
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mspsupportAuthor Commented:
Basically regarding scenario 4. Is the 2-way trust a must ? Can we just do a 1-way trust ?
We are concerned about security for the primary sites altering AD etc.. for other primary sites and even CAS site.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
we will also need to ensure that a two way trust which supports Kerberos authentication exists between the two forests as stated it is a requirement
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