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  1. Make the the BranchCache experience more consistent

    Currently, BranchCache can be enabled via client settings, but still has to be enabled on a 'Per Deployment' basis. Applications have it turned on by default - Pkg/Progs do not. I would like to see a similar approach to Peer Cache i.e if enabled in the Client Settings then it should be enabled for all deployments - or at least set to "on" by default across all deployment types. Also, and option to enable BranchCache across all DPs would be useful instead of requiring a checkbox for each one.

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  3. At last - tell us at which computers an update needs to be deployed

    At the beginning of every hotfix or CU Publishing in the Internet, please start somewhat as follows:

    "This update Needs to be deployed to the following entities":
    CAS (yes/no)
    Admin console computers (yes/no)
    Primary Sites (yes/no)
    Secondary Sites (yes/no)
    Distribution Points (yes/no)
    Management Points (yes/no)
    Software Update Points (yes/no)

    Nowadays it is unbearable having an update news from you but no any clue where to install it!

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  4. updates and servicing

    The Administration > Cloud Services > Updates and Servicing deserves it's own blade in the console. Given that this is how Current Branch updates are delivered, this is an important piece and shouldn't be buried in the UI.

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  5. Make ConfigMgr upgrade process resilient

    As of now when an enterprise thinks of upgrade, we have only one thing to do before (TestDBUpgrade). This makes sure if the DB is upgradable. But what if the Upgrade fails at the next step (Copying files). We don't have an option to again run the upgrade only from that step and running from beginning will not work as DB is already upgraded it will fail to find some objects. If this is a CAS site this means you have to again go back to a previous version and recover it and make sure the sites in the hierarchy…

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  6. automate testdbupgrade

    This may be possible, but I've found no documentation on it. Is it possible to make the testdbupgrade process unattended. I've got 8 primary sites and it takes a considerable amount of time backingup/restoring/testdbupgrade. in preparation for a site upgrade. I'd like to automate it all. The sql part is fine.

    Can testdbupgrade be specified inside the the configmgrautosave.ini ?
    so it could work with a command like this:
    setupwpf.exe /script *configmgrautosave.ini /nouserinput

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  7. TMG replacement for SCCM IBCM

    TMG is end of life and MS has not provided an alternative yet for SCCM IBCM to manage clients over the Internet. It would be great if alternatives like F5 would be supported for IBCM setup.

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