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SCCM Boundary Group Question

I only have only one site system server here at the main office but I have several branch offices where I'm making a Distribution Point server at each. When creating a boundary group for a DP, I am confused by the Reference tab. I check the box that says "use this boundary group for site assignment" but at the bottom where it says to add a Site System Server, do I add the Site System server at the main office or do I add the DP server?

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Shane

8/22/2022 - Mon
Michael Pfister

Just add the DP Server here
Shane

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Thank you. If we are using the same DP server from an older SCCM server, should I rename the SCCMContentLib on the DP? Or will the new SCCM server overwrite the SCCMContentLib directory?
Michael Pfister

Two separate sites?
Remove the DP from the old site (and let it uninstall the role which should remove all SCCM directories) before adding the DP to the new site
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Shane

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We have one Site server which we are replacing with a new and starting from scratch. All the DP servers at our branch offices will remain the same but the DP's have old content from the Site server we are placing such as the SCCMContentLib directory.
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Shane

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It is still around. I will remove the DP role from it on the old SCCM server then add it as a DP server on the new.


Thank you