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    35 comments  ·  Ideas » Remote Control  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jarrod Beebe commented  · 

    The work the MECM team is doing is great and CMG is great if a customer can use it (either due to cost or regulation) however, what about on prem only customers? Could we not leverage the client notification and an additional role or service on an IBCM server? We are now on year 5 and nearly 1000 votes and the closest thing we have is a TP using a cloud service. Many competitive solutions have had this capability built into their product natively. This idea was first submitted due to that fact and an on prem solution was the initial desire.

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    Jarrod Beebe commented  · 

    Are there plans to make this available on prem? We have use cases that require on prem only solutions and preclude us from using CMG

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    Jarrod Beebe commented  · 

    I was originally going to state that Direct Access is not an option for the use case I had in mind. There are security requirements that prohibit its use within my organization. The other benefit to having it native within Remote Control is to reduce the level of complexity in an environment by not needing to set up a separate solution such as DA. In our case, we have multiple organizations that have separate domains/forests which adds an additional layer of complexity for DA. The preferred solution would be all self contained in the SCCM Remote Control.

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    Jarrod Beebe commented  · 

    The idea is to be able to set any policy that can be set in group policy via sccm and possibly get compliance on it as well. The task sequence idea sounds more like a gp update /force command

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