SCCM 2016 – Add System Role

I am not going to describe each role, as Microsoft has documentation explaining each role and its functions here.

Each System Role has its own function. You can install multiple roles on one server or on separate servers.Each Role extend the functionality of the SCCM.

Let’s install a new Role for SCCM. To do so, Open the Configuration Manager console, Select Administration, Under Site Configuration select Sites. Click on Add Site System Roles.

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Leave all Default settings here and Click Next

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Specify Different Proxy Server if required, Otherwise Leave Default and Click Next

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Select the Role you would like to add to Existing Site Server and Click Next

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Click Next To start adding the Role

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Wizard will provide you an update with whether or not the role is successfully installed for not. Click Close to Finish.

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That’s it. We have the new role added to existing SCCM Server.

 

References:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh272770.aspx

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682106.aspx

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