Overview

  • In this video, we will review how to remove a central administration site in SCCM. We will cover the requirements for the removal and how to perform the removal.

Topics in Video

  • Introduction: (0:00)
  • DJam – History of CAS and Why They May Need to be Collapsed: (0:57)
  • Overview of Our Current Lab Environment & Plan for the CAS Removal: (11:26)
  • Reassigning Clients Before Uninstalling Second Primary Site: (14:11)
  • Removing Boundaries & Site System Roles Before Uninstalling Second Primary Site: (18:30)
  • Optional Step – Uninstall Client Agent Before Uninstalling Second Primary Site: (21:52)
  • Uninstall Second Primary Site: (22:55)
  • Removing Reporting Services Role from CAS & Reconfiguring on Standalone Primary Site: (25:36)
  • Going Over Site Roles That Do Not Need to be Removed from the CAS: (32:54)
  • Looking at Prerequisites to Remove the CAS: (34:26)
  • Removing the CAS: (34:50)
  • Unpublish CAS Object from Active Directory: (37:20)
  • Reviewing Standalone Primary Site after Removal of the CAS: (38:33)
  • Performing Post-Setup Tasks: (39:26)
  • Overview of Potential Hash Errors if you Manage Third-Party Updates: (41:44)
  • Exporting Patch My PC Publisher Settings & Certificate from CAS: (46:58)
  • Importing Publisher Settings & Certificate to Standalone Primary Site: (49:52)
  • Solution for Third-party Update Hash Errors After Removing the CAS: (52:24)
  • Reconfiguring Boundaries and Boundary Groups: (57:02)
  • Wrap-up: (59:03)
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