We are a smallish educational network (about 70 clients) with a single server running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, functioning as both domain controller and file server.
The educational pricing for Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 is irresistible as a managed anti-malware solution, but it requires System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
I know best practice is not to run System Center Configuration Manager on a domain controller, but it's the only server I have to work with.
Will installing SCCM on a domain controller cause problems? What conflicts might I need to take into account when planning deployment?