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AppClarity Considerations for ConfigMgr Migration

AppClarity can be used with Microsoft System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM, or ConfigMgr) in various ways. When you upgrade ConfigMgr in place, AppClarity should continue working as previously. However, if you upgrade ConfigMgr by building a new parallel infrastructure, there can be some details that should be considered in order to ensure AppClarity operational continuity.

This document outlines those considerations and best practices that should help to address any challenges that could result from your migration. It does not address upgrade-in-place scenarios or new AppClarity installations. For those scenarios please see the documentation at http://help.1E.com.

This document also doesn’t address complex changes you might introduce at the same time as the migration, such as starting to require high availability. For such complex scenarios, contact 1E Support or Professional Services.

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