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With the release rhythm of SCCM and latest requirements on the OS and SQL side, sometimes, it’s inevitable to migrate to a newer operating system to remain under support and also gain new features as part of the latest SCCM Current Branch release.This product is a complete SCCM Migration Guide.
Over the years, we’ve done many migrations of all kinds, depending on the environment and needs. We created this complete SCCM Migration to new operating system guide based on our knowledge and experience.
This guide is a refreshed version of our previous post about Side-by-Side Migration to new Hardware. It also includes answers and how-to to the most commonly asked questions on side-by-side migration. Also included: all the details to achieve the migration to a new operating system by using the Backup and Restore strategy.
This guide aims to help SCCM administrator evaluate, plan, understand and achieve a migration to a newer operating system for the SCCM site server.
The guide will help you achieve these tasks:
- Compare both migration scenarios in details
- Backup and restore
- Side-by-Side migration
- Achieve the migration by using the Backup and Restore strategy
- Achieve the migration by using the side-by-side strategy
- Follow up steps to get to the latest Current Branch build
This guide does not cover how to do In-place OS Upgrade for SCCM site server
This guide does not cover how to upgrade SQL
The PDF file is a 62 pages document that contains all information to help SCCM administrator evaluate, plan, understand and achieve a migration to a newer operating system for the SCCM site server. Use our products page or use the button below to download it.
SCCM Migration to new operating system guide document screenshots
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Contributor of System Center Dudes. Based in Montreal, Canada, Senior Microsoft SCCM consultant, working in the industry for more than 10 years. He developed a strong knowledge of SCCM and MDT to build automated OS deployment solution for clients, managed large and complexe environment, including Point of Sale (POS) related projects.