Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, CC4 how hard to remove? in Technical; Thanks for all the feedback. Were going to build an independent AD and kiss goodbye to RM for ever. Kicking ...
26th January 2012, 09:20 PM #16
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Thanks for all the feedback. Were going to build an independent AD and kiss goodbye to RM for ever. Kicking off next month. Fingers crossed...
28th January 2012, 05:27 PM #17
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Were just about to do the same!
Originally Posted by goldy77
Been with RM for many years but now looking at having laptops for all staff and they take so long to log on over wifi with all the RM stuff that it's just not gonna work. Having laptops is headache enough - let alone the pain of CC4 on top.
Going for SCCM 2012 if released soon or SCCM 2007 - setting up new domain from now alongside CC4 and going live September!
Good times - just need to remember my old IT knowledge now rather than the ease of the RMMC
29th January 2012, 04:06 PM #18
Tip: Create a brand new Domain Admin Level Account (not called administrator) in both the old/new domains using the same username/password.
Use this account to establish trusts and manage tasks and transfer data during the transition.
The matching credentials save a lot of time when you find yourself on the wrong domain or pc whilst trying to make endless changes.
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