Resources for installing System Center Configuration Manager sites
Applies to: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)
The following topics can help you install System Center Configuration Manager or add sites to your existing Configuration Manager hierarchy.
This topic offers essential information that can help you install a site to a new or existing hierarchy. Information includes when to choose non-default source files, limitations that apply to all sites, and optional actions you can take to help simplify your tasks when you install more than one site.
Learn about the user rights and permissions your account must have to install a site and related prerequisites for each type of site you can install.
This topic walks you through the site installation wizard. It provides details about options that might not be clear in the wizard user interface.
Learn how to get a site installation script, and how to use it for unattended site installs.
This topic has guidance on how to install the Configuration Manager console on a computer on which you are not installing a site.
Read this topic when you're ready to upgrade your evaluation site to a fully licensed Configuration Manager site.
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