At a recent client engagement we discovered that Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise edition was installed on the ConfigMgr Primary Site Server.  Technically this is not a problem, but it is only needed if you expect to have more than 150,000 clients*.  As this environment wasn’t anywhere close to the limit so there was no need to pay the extra licensing cost of Enterprise edition (Standard edition comes with the ConfigMgr licenses).

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Downgrading SQL from Enterprise Edition to Standard for ConfigMgr
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