If you have a hierarchy in Configuration Manager 2012, you know that there is a lot of data that flows between a central administration site and its child primary sites, or a primary site and any child secondary sites. In Configuration Manager 2012, you have no control over what data is replicated, when it is replicated, and how much is replicated. With the release of Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, you can now implement some controls over the database replication between sites. In this lab, implement the various controls we have over the database replication features of a Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 hierarchy.
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