Meaning of "slow network connection"
I've tried to find the lowest network connection that has to be used in conjunction with the SCCM client functionality but didn't succeed.
We do have users connecting with GSM cards or WLAN using VPN. We've defined that VPN is a slow connection, so no software installation will occur except for software updates. Now I was told that it depends on the GSM or WLAN connection how much bandwidth is actually available and it can't be defined as "Slow" by default. Some have really good connections while local offices defined as "Fast" have even lower bandwidth available. I'm about to plan the installation of the SCCM client and the functionality of software updates on those clients that only use these kind of VPN connection but I'm a bit stuck because of network connectivity.
What is the slowest connection that would still work to get the SCCM client installed and software updates downloaded to the client?
Can I regulate the bandwidth usage with the settings in the Computer Client Agent?
Any chance in using a script to check for the available bandwidth before kicking off the installation?
I need to have a solution by the end of the week. Usage of secondary sites, additional DPs, internet-based Client Management is no option. Thanks.