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In normal scenario, we have following options. There is no direct tool for this.
- Use prestaged content. This basically allows you to export the content from the old DP and import it on the new DP.
Link - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/core/plan-design/hierarchy/manage-network-bandwidth#BKMK_PrestagingContent
- Make the new DP a Pull-DP and set the old DP as the upstream DP. Assign the content to the new DP and it will be copied from the old DP.
The instructions to manage a distribution points were located here.
If this is not working, please try following option.
Before actually moving the content library to a remote location, make sure that the following prerequisites are in place:
Create a folder on a network share that will be used as the location for the content library;
Provide the site server account with read and write permissions to the created folder;
Make sure that the site server doesn’t have the distribution point role.
Move content library
Now let’s have a look at actually moving the content library. This action is actually relatively simply and can be achieved by performing the following four steps.
- Open the Configuration Manager administration console and navigate to Administration > Overview > Site Configuration > Sites;
- Select the site and click Manage Content Library on the Site section of the Home tab, to open the Manage Content Library dialog box;
Note: The option will be grayed out when the site server has the distribution point role.
- CM_MCL-NewLocationOn the Manage Content Library dialog box, provide the just created new folder and click Move; Here is a helpful page with information about Windows Server
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