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This hydration kit install all servers in the corp.viamonstra.com domain, on the 192.168.1.0/24 network. If you rather use your own domain, IP addresses etc. check out the Next Step - Customizing the Hydration Kit section...
The Hydration Kit concept has been around for a while now, and broadly used in various lab environments, to get started with ConfigMgr.
[Speaking about the Hydration Kit] This will do a complete build out of the entire System Center suite as well as a domain. It's not magic that's for sure but I would love to see someone build out the entire lab faster than this kit does, I will guarantee that it's not even remotely possible.
Hydration Kit for base configuration test labs
The kit allows you to automatically deploy the below list of servers.
Once a server is assigned as a primary server, that server reaches to the back-end database and hydrates the user information (contacts, conference, etc.) for all users assigned to that routing group.
When attempting to fail back a pool, the invoke-csPoolFailback cmdlet may fail with the error, "Failed to complete hydration process after repeated attempts."
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