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Installing Configuration Manager 2007 : Transfer Site Settings Wizard, Copy Packages Wizard

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1. Transfer Site Settings Wizard

Use the Transfer Site Settings Wizard to transfer site settings between sites. You can transfer settings down the hierarchy, or you can export configuration settings to an XML file and import them to a different site. Perform the following steps:

1.
Right-click any site in the ConfigMgr Admin console to start the Transfer Site Settings Wizard. At the Welcome page, click Next to continue.

2.
You have the option to export or import settings. For this example, select Export settings. Then, on the next screen, select the site to transfer settings from (the source site).

3.
Click Next to select the site settings to transfer (or export), as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Transfer Site Settings Wizard – Select Site Settings

4.
Select the destination site(s) or click Next to export the site settings. If you selected one or more destination sites, the wizard will automatically begin applying the site settings to each site.

5.
A success dialog box will appear upon completion.

Caution: Verify Settings for Transfer Site Settings Wizard

The Transfer Site Settings Wizard will do exactly what you tell it to do—so if you tell it to transfer discovery methods and include Active Directory containers, you may begin discovering duplicate objects from different sites, thus causing additional backlog and confusion at your central site.


If you chose to export the settings to an XML file, you can later import those settings to any site.

2. Copy Packages Wizard

The Copy Packages Wizard allows you to easily add multiple packages to a distribution point. You can copy four different types of packages, each requiring that you initiate the wizard from a different location:

  • The Packages node, under Software Distribution

  • The Deployment Packages node, under Software Updates

  • The Boot Images node, under Operating System Deployment

  • The Driver Packages node, under Operating System Deployment

Right-click any of the nodes listed here and then select Copy Packages. In the Copy Packages Wizard displayed in Figure 2, select the destination distribution point. The next page of the wizard allows you to select multiple packages. You can also click the Source button to select an existing distribution point. This allows you to easily select all packages for the new distribution point that are on the source distribution point.

Figure 2. The Copy Packages Wizard

The process begins when you complete the wizard. This process uses the same process as if you manually added distribution points, so monitor the distribution status for each package selected, if desired.

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