A while back I posted “10 Ways to Break SCCM 2012 R2” and the page views were surprising. To me anyway.  But it wasn’t long before I realized that this list could be extended very easily.  So here goes…

11.  Ignore DNS

12. Ignore your network topology (VLAN’s, supernets, DHCP scopes, reservations and exclusions, blah blah)

13. Ignore the other part of your network (links and quality of connections)

14. Ignore the Logs

15. Ignore permissions (or adding everyone into Administrators role)


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