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As mentioned in our announcement on the Windows For Your Business blog the big star in the MDOP 2013 release is MBAM 2.0 which is designed to help you make significant costs reductions when it comes to provisioning, managing and supported encrypted devices (running Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows To Go) within your environment.For those of you that have been following our previous MBAM posts here on Springboard or have participated in the MBAM 2.0 beta program, you’re likely already familiar with the feature set and I’d wager that you’re eager to learn more about how to deploy the final build within your environment.For those of you new to MBAM 2.0, or for anyone who may need a quick refresh, I’d like to quickly point out the key features that you will find in this release: Each of these features were present in the MBAM 2.0 Beta 2 release and have since been improved, however, please note that a number of all new features have been added to the final release which include: That covers the key new features but you’re looking for more details please take a look at our Announcing Microsoft Bit Locker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM) 2.0 – Beta 2 blog post from last November.Now with the preamble behind us let’s quickly overview how you can approach deploying MBAM 2.0 within you’re environment.The first thing that you will need to consider is which of the two topology options you want to use which include: The following architectural diagram depicts a typical configuration where the server components are deployed across two servers while the policy template is deployed to a workstation that is used for policy authoring.This type of configuration can scale to ~200,000 managed devices.
Figure 1: Stand-Alone Topology If you’re using SCCM within your environment, we recommend that you take a serious look at the SCCM integrated mode as this will offer you a number of benefits including the ability for you to: Please note that a new database will not be created for the Compliance Reports and instead the Configuration Manager site database will be used to store all MBAM compliance data.The Compliance Reports themselves will be deployed to the Configuration Manager reporting service point and the Configuration Manager client will perform all compliance related data collection.The MBAM client will still need to be deployed but it will scale back is responsibilities such that it will just manage recovery data collection and compliance enforcement.The remaining MBAM components can are essentially deployed as if they’re in Stand-Alone mode configuration.The components that you will deploy outside of the SCCM infrastructure include: The following architectural diagram depicts a typical configuration where the server components are deployed across three servers while the policy template is deployed to a workstation that is typically used for policy authoring.Figure 2: System Center Configuration Manager integrated mode Once you’ve decided which topology mode is best for your environment the next step is to determine how to get there from your current state.