I’ve heard some confusion, especially from people who are just starting to implement Configuration Manager in their environment, over the SUP role and how it looks in practice.

Obviously, you’re under no obligation to use the WSUS integration or Software Updates functionality in SCCM. You can continue to use your standalone WSUS, but in the eyes of a user, I’d much rather find my Windows Updates in the same place and being deployed with the same constraints as other applications and packages being released for my machine.... Read the rest

If you didn’t read part one, you can find it at this link.

My original issue was with systems during migration defaulting back to incorrect ccmcache location and size values. Rather than continuing to deploy to specific systems to resolve, I went ahead and created a configuration item to ensure all client systems are set to intended values.

If you’re only looking to change the ccmcache size, there is an item for this now in Client Settings policies. Unfortunately, that doesn’t allow for changing location.... Read the rest