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    I have just started a new job, and they would like me to implement WDS, SCCM, and WSUS. I know how all of these work together and provide a holistic management of the entire desktop infrastructure. I however, can’t seem to find any best practices to implementing all three. From the minimum requirements I am going to assume I need at least 4 boxes, SQL, WSUS, SCCM, and WDS. These will all be hosted on a VMware 5.1 environment, unless there should be a separate box for WDS.

    I also can’t find any info about the order in which these should be configured. My guess I should configure WSUS, and WDS, then add SCCM into the mix, but their may be a better way.

    Any help would be extremely helpful.

    Thank You

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