Let us learn SCCM Architecture Visio Template Download from GitHub Throwback. I have a post, “Overview Windows 10 Co-Management with Intune and SCCM,” which explains SCCM co-management scenarios.
Many of you have requested access to the SCCM Architecture Visio diagram I used in that post. In this post, you will get an opportunity to download SCCM Architecture Visio, PDF, and PNG diagrams.
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I have created a GitHub repository to host the Visio template. I hope we can keep this Visio template updated with your contribution. It would be challenging to keep the Visio up to date with every release of SCCM.
I have also added the communication ports in the SCCM architecture Visio diagram. I hope the communication ports are useful in the Visio diagram (SEN diagram for SCCM).
But, it’s hard to keep them accurate with directions (bi-directional/single-directional).
NOTE! – I didn’t embed any watermark in the diagram. So, feel free to use this as a template for your projects. And keep this version updated via GitHub.
NOTE! – If you find something incorrect in the Visio diagram, feel free to update it via GitHub. I would recommend providing Microsoft reference documentation along with the correct details.
SCCM Architecture Visio Template
The SCCM architecture Visio diagram can be used as a template to create your own internal SCCM infrastructure SEN diagram. Feel free to amend the diagram with additional servers and combinations and contribute it via GitHub.
I tried to represent the following components in the SCCM architecture Visio above:
- SCCM Primary Server (Primary Site/DB/Server/MP/CMG Connector)
- SCCM Management Point (MP)
- SCCM Distribution Point (DP)
- SCCM Software Update Point (SUP)
- SCCM Cloud Management Gateway (CMG/Cloud DP)
- Domain Controller
- Azure Cloud
- Windows Clients
- Data Center
- Remote Site Office #1, #2, #3
NOTE! – I have not included the Active/Passive site server architecture in this diagram.
Port Details & Flows
The following are the direction of the communication represented in the diagram. Also, you can see the port numbers and descriptions of the ports. I have a post that explains the firewall port requirements for SCCM infrastructure (download the spreadsheet and update it).
SCCM co-management firewall requirements are not added in the above blog post. But, I have mentioned over here.
Download & Update SCCM Architecture Visio Template
You can download the Visio, PNG, JPG, and XLS files from the GitHub repository. Don’t forget to contribute to keeping this SCCM architecture template updated with the latest site roles and components.
- SCCM Intune Co-Mgmt CMG Draft V0.2.JPG
- SCCM Intune Co-Mgmt CMG Draft V0.2.pdf
- SCCM Intune Co-Mgmt CMG Draft V0.2.png
- SCCM Intune Co-Mgmt CMG Draft V0.2.vsdx
- SCCM Intune SEN Port Details .xlsx
I have uploaded the SCCM Architecture Visio template to GitHub. I feel GitHub is where we can work together to keep the SCCM architecture Visio template up to date and add additional components.
Following are the few things you can work on to update the Visio template:
- Offload the MP/CMG connector role on the primary server to a new server
- Build CAS and Primary servers hierarchy architecture in the template
- Add Secondary servers into the template
- Add peer to peer communications into the template
- SCCM Co-Management Virtual LAB from Microsoft
- SCCM IBCM Vs. CMG Differences a Real World Comparison
- SCCM Co-Management Video Guide With 16 Posts
Anoop is Microsoft MVP! He is a Device Management Admin with more than 20 years of experience (calculation done in 2021) in IT. He is Blogger, Speaker, and Local User Group HTMD Community leader. His main focus is on Device Management technologies like SCCM 2012, Current Branch, and Intune. He writes about ConfigMgr, Windows 11, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, Windows 365, AVD, etc.