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Hello Mike, Thank you very much for replying. I have performed the evaluation on SCCM CB 1709 and we recently upgraded to CB 1802. Then in this case I will run through my evaluation cycle one more time. BTW We are still on Windows 10 1709.
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Hello Rajkumar,I talked with someone on the SCCM team and they said that the SCCM agent should be cleaning up those files, assuming you are using the latest version (1802). Do you know what version you are using?Mike
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Hello Rajkumar, I agree, in your scenario using the full LCU may be a better fit. If WAN bandwidth is the most important, and you have a lot of machines in each branch office, then the full LCU may be the best way to optimize your bandwidth. On the other hand, if you have a branch with only a couple...
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Hello Bryan,It sounds like you are asking what is stored on the windows update service and available for clients to download. Generating differentials takes time and space on the service, so we generate the ones that will be most likely to be used by the highest number of users. We did some data ana...
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Mike, Can you clarify/confirm something you said above? Which is that express updates only contain three specific revisions of a file based on the baselines of N-1, N-2, and RTM. I've always assumed that it contained 'the latest' and that the client did a binary compare to download only the byte ran...
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