System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 Unleashed

System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 Unleashed

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By (author) Kerrie Meyler, By (author) Byron Holt, By (author) Anthony Puca, By (author) Greg Ramsey

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  • Publisher: Sams Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 1224 pages
  • Dimensions: 178mm x 229mm x 46mm | 1,860g
  • Publication date: 1 August 2009
  • Publication City/Country: Indianapolis
  • ISBN 10: 0672330237
  • ISBN 13: 9780672330230
  • Edition: 1
  • Edition statement: 2007 ed.
  • Sales rank: 285,408

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This book is your most complete source for in-depth information about Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007! System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Unleashed is a comprehensive guide to System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) 2007. ConfigMgr 2007 helps you manage servers and desktops, integrates SMS 2003 "feature pack" functionality, and adds new capabilities. It enables you to assess, deploy, and update servers, clients, and devices across physical, virtual, distributed, and mobile environments, including clients that connect only over the Internet. This book guides you through designing, deploying, and configuring ConfigMgr 2007 with detailed information on topics such as capacity planning, security, site design and hierarchy planning, server placement, discovery, native mode, and using Windows Server 2008. You will learn how to tackle challenges such as setting up DCM and OSD, customizing inventory, creating queries and using query results, and configuring asset intelligence. Detailed information on how to...* Understand how ConfigMgr works * Plan your ConfigMgr deployment * Manage Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) * Architect for performance * Install or migrate to ConfigMgr 2007 with Windows 2003 or Windows 2008 * Discover and manage clients * Create and distribute packages * Understand patch and compliance management * Create queries * Use reports * Deploy operating systems * Secure ConfigMgr 2007 * Perform site maintenance * Back up ConfigMgr components

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Kerrie Meyler, MVP, is the lead author of Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Unleashed and System Center Operations Manager 2007 Unleashed (Sams Publishing). She is an independent consultant and trainer with over 15 years of Information Technology experience. Kerrie was responsible for evangelizing SMS while a Sr. Technology Specialist at Microsoft, and has presented on System Center technologies at TechEd and MMS. Byron Holt, an IT professional for over 15 years, has been a lead SMS and Configuration Manager engineer for several Global 5000 corporations and was part of the Active Directory and Enterprise Manageability support teams while working at Microsoft. Byron's experience includes software development, security architecture, and systems management. Byron currently works for McAfee, in the security engineering team. Greg Ramsey, Configuration Manager MVP, has worked with SMS and desktop deployment since 1998. He currently works for Dell, Inc., as a ConfigMgr administrator, and previously was a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. Greg is a columnist for myITforum.com, cofounder of the Ohio SMS User Group and Central Texas Systems Management User Group, and creator of SMSView. Greg previously coauthored SMS 2003 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Apress, 2006). About the Contributors Jason Sandys, a Senior Consultant at Catapult Systems, has over 10 years of experience in development and systems management. Jason concentrates on implementing and supporting Microsoft-centric solutions for a wide variety of customers, focusing primarily on Configuration Manager and Operations Manager. Jason presented at MMS and TechEd in 2009 on ConfigMgr native mode. Cameron Fuller, MVP, is a Managing Consultant for Catapult Systems, an IT consulting company and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. He focuses on management solutions, with 15 years of infrastructure experience. Cameron is the coauthor of Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Unleashed and System Center Operations Manager 2007 Unleashed. Anthony Puca, MVP, is a Senior Solution Architect for EMC, a Global System Integrator and Gold Certified Partner focused on information infrastructure. Anthony concentrates on management technologies, and presents frequently on System Center management technologies. Peter Zerger, MVP, is a consulting partner with AKOS Technology Services. He has 10 years of experience in the IT industry. Pete is webmaster of System Center Central (http:// systemcentercentral.com), a popular community site focusing on the Microsoft System Center suite. Jannes Alink, ConfigMgr consultant, works at Inovativ, a European consultancy with a dedicated focus on the System Center family. Jannes began as a support engineer and now consults in infrastructure management with System Center, with a primary focus on SMS 2003 and Configuration Manager 2007.

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This book is your most complete source for in-depth information about Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007! "System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Unleashed" is a comprehensive guide to System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) 2007. ConfigMgr 2007 helps you manage servers and desktops, integrates SMS 2003 "feature pack" functionality, and adds new capabilities. It enables you to assess, deploy, and update servers, clients, and devices across physical, virtual, distributed, and mobile environments, including clients that connect only over the Internet. This book guides you through designing, deploying, and configuring ConfigMgr 2007 with detailed information on topics such as capacity planning, security, site design and hierarchy planning, server placement, discovery, native mode, and using Windows Server 2008. You will learn how to tackle challenges such as setting up DCM and OSD, customizing inventory, creating queries and using query results, and configuring asset intelligence. Detailed information on how to... - Understand how ConfigMgr works - Plan your ConfigMgr deployment - Manage Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) - Architect for performance - Install or migrate to ConfigMgr 2007 with Windows 2003 or Windows 2008 - Discover and manage clients - Create and distribute packages - Understand patch and compliance management - Create queries - Use reports - Deploy operating systems - Secure ConfigMgr 2007 - Perform site maintenance - Back up ConfigMgr components

Table of contents

Foreword xxi Introduction 1 Part I: Configuration Management Overview and Concepts 2 Part II: Planning, Design, and Installation 2 Part III: Configuration Manager Operations 2 Part IV: Administering Configuration Manager 2007 3 Part V: Appendixes 3 Part I: Configuration Management Overview and Concepts Chapter 1 Configuration Management Basics 7 Ten Reasons to Use Configuration Manager 8 The Evolution of Systems Management 9 Hurdles in the Distributed Enterprise 10 The Automation Challenge 10 Configuration "Shift and Drift" 11 Lack of Security and Control 11 Timeliness of Asset Data 12 Lack of Automation and Enforcement 12 Proliferation of Virtualization 13 Lack of Process Consistency 13 The Bottom Line 14 Systems Management Defined 14 Microsoft's Strategy for Service Management 15 Microsoft's Dynamic Systems Initiative 16 IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) 19 Service Management Mastery: ISO 20000 24 Optimizing Your Infrastructure 25 Bridging the Systems Management Gap 29 Central Control in the Distributed Enterprise 30 Automation and Control 32 Securing Systems 34 Visibility 35 Overview of Microsoft System Center 39 Reporting in System Center 39 Operations Management 40 System Center Essentials 41 Service Manager: A Complete Service Desk Solution 41 Protecting Data 43 Capacity Planning 44 Virtual Machine Management 44 The Value Proposition of Configuration Manager 2007 45 Summary 46 Chapter 2 Configuration Manager 2007 Overview 47 The History of Configuration Manager 47 The Earliest Versions 47 Systems Management Server 1.2 48 Systems Management Server 2.0 48 SMS 2003 50 SMS 2003 Service Packs and R2 52 Configuration Manager 2007 53 Configuration Manager Technology and Terminology 56 Site Servers 56 Site Systems 58 Site Hierarchy 60 Configuration Manager Client 60 Inventory 61 Configuration Manager Console 64 Collections 66 Discovery 67 Software Metering 67 Packages 68 Advertisements 68 Distribution Points 69 Senders 69 Addresses 69 BITS 70 Task Sequences 70 Status System 71 Desired Configuration Management 71 Network Access Protection 72 Reporting 73 Security 74 Key Concepts 75 Standardization. 75 Remote Management 76 Software Distribution 76 Minimizing Impact on the Network Infrastructure 77 What's New in ConfigMgr 2007 80 Branch Distribution Points 80 Software Update Point 80 Fallback Status Point 82 PXE Service Point 82 Other Site Systems 82 Operating System Deployment 83 Asset Intelligence 83 Device Management 83 Internet-Based Client Management 85 DCM and NAP 85 SQL Support 85 Client Support 86 Feature Dependencies 86 Summary 88 Chapter 3 Looking Inside Configuration Manager 89 Design Concepts 90 Active Directory Integration 91 Schema Extensions 93 Benefits of Extending Active Directory 102 Configuration Manager and WMI 104 WMI Feature Set and Architecture 104 Managing WMI 108 Inside the WMI Object Model 113 Looking Inside the CIMV2 Namespace 116 The RootCCM Namespace 125 Hardware Inventory Through WMI 126 The Configuration Manager Client WMI Namespace 129 WMI on Configuration Manager Servers 134 Components and Communications 139 Inside the ConfigMgr Database 149 SQL Access to the Database 150 Using SQL Server Management Studio 150 Status Messages and Logs 156 Example: Joining a Site to a New Parent 159 Viewing Intersite Replication 168 Summary 172 Part II: Planning, Design, and Installation Chapter 4 Configuration Manager Solution Design 175 MSF Process Phases for Configuration Manager 175 Envisioning the Solution. 176 Assessing the Current Environment 177 Envisioning the Network Infrastructure 177 Envisioning the Solution Architecture 178 Envisioning Server Architecture 179 Envisioning Client Architecture 179 Licensing Requirements 179 Training Requirements 182 Planning for Implementation 183 Planning the Proof of Concept 184 Planning the Pilot 185 Planning for Implementation 186 Developing the Solution Architecture 186 Developing the Network Infrastructure 189 Extending the Schema 191 Secondary Site Considerations 192 Site Modes 193 Configuration Manager 2007 Roles 193 Developing the Server Architecture 201 Capacity Planning. 207 Site Boundaries 210 Roaming. 211 Site Design 213 Client Architecture 216 Multilanguage Scenarios 218 Testing 221 Stabilizing During the Pilot 223 Deploying 225 Summary 226 Chapter 5 Network Design 227 Configuration Manager Network Communications 228 Intrasite Server Communications 228 Client-to-Server Communications 234 Site-to-Site Communications 251 Fast Networks and Slow Networks 262 Use of BITS 263 BITS Versions for Configuration Manager Clients 265 Modifying BITS Functionality Through Group Policy 266 Modifying BITS Functionality Within Configuration Manager 267 Comparative Advantages of Group Policy and ConfigMgr Settings for BITS. 267 Other BITS Features 269 Enabling a Distribution Point for BITS 269 Server Placement 269 Disconnected Users and Sometimes-Connected Users 271 Network Discovery 272 Discovering Network Topology 274 Topology and Client Discovery 275 Discovering Topology, Client, and Client Operating Systems 276 Using Subnets in Configuration Manager 277 Troubleshooting Configuration Manager Network Issues 277 Network Configuration Issues 278 Basic Connectivity Problems 279 Name Resolution Issues 279 Blocked or Unresponsive Ports 280 Timeout Issues 282 Identifying Network Issues Affecting Configuration Manager 282 Summary 290 Chapter 6 Architecture Design Planning 291 Hierarchy Planning 293 About Sites 293 Primary Sites Versus Secondary Sites 295 Planning Your Hierarchy Structure 296 Site Planning 299 Site Servers and Site Systems Planning 299 Planning Site Boundaries 306 Planning for Site Security Modes 306 Software Update Planning 307 Software Updates Solution Planning 307 Software Updates Architecture 309 Device Management Planning 312 Windows CE Operating Systems 313 Communicating with Site Systems 314 Installing Client Software 315 Configuring Client Agent Settings 317 Planning for Internet-Based Clients 318 Choosing a Solution for Internet-Based Clients 318 IBCM Features and Requirements 319 Deploying Servers to Support Internet-Based Clients 320 Certificate Requirements Planning 323 About PKI 324 Planning to Use PKI with Configuration Manager 324 Windows Server 2008 Planning 326 Operating System Deployment Planning 328 Planning for Wake On LAN 330 Out of Band (OOB) Management Planning 331 Summary 333 Chapter 7 Testing and Stabilizing 335 Proving the Concepts 337 Building the Proof of Concept Environment 338 Testing in the POC Phase 347 POC Exit Criteria and Deliverables 350 Pilot Phase 355 Results and Adjustments 357 Customizing the Solution 357 Summary 358 Chapter 8 Installing Configuration Manager 2007 359 Pre-Installation 360 Windows Components 361 SQL Server 362 Windows Server Update Services 363 The Prerequisite Checker 363 Site Installation 363 Installing ConfigMgr 364 Installing a ConfigMgr Service Pack 374 Installing ConfigMgr 2007 R2 378 Configuring Site Properties 380 Installing Site Systems 390 New Site System Server Wizard 401 New Site System Server Share Wizard 401 Using Replicas and Offloading Site Roles 403 Configuring Site Boundaries 415 Multisite Configuration 417 Configuring Addresses 417 Configuring Senders 420 Attaching to Parent 421 Installing Child Primary Sites 422 Installing Secondary Sites 422 Troubleshooting Secondary Site Installation 424 Transfer Site Settings Wizard 426 Copy Packages Wizard 428 Preload Package Tool 429 Troubleshooting Site Installation 429 ConfigMgr Service Manager 429 Summary 431 Chapter 9 Migrating to Configuration Manager 2007 433 Planning Your Migration from SMS 2003 433 Planning Hierarchy Changes During Migration 435 Conducting an In-place Upgrade 435 Feature Packs 436 Upgrade Prerequisites 436 Running the Prerequisite Checker 437 Upgrading SQL Server 442 Database Upgrade Tips and Tricks 445 Upgrading a Primary Site 447 Upgrading Secondary Sites 453 Upgrading SMS 2003 Clients 455 Post-Upgrade Considerations 457 Migrating WSUS to Configuration Manager 458 Side-by-Side Migrations 459 Migrating Site Boundaries 460 Migrating Clients 460 Migrating SMS Database Objects 462 Migrating Hardware Inventory Customizations 462 Interoperability Considerations 463 Troubleshooting Upgrade Issues 463 Summary 464 Part III: Configuration Manager Operations Chapter 10 The Configuration Manager Console 467 Using Microsoft Management Console 3.0 467 Touring the Console 468 New Console Features 469 Console Nodes 473 Console Keystrokes 477 Launching Reports 478 Console Deployment 482 Supported Platforms 482 Prerequisites 483 Installation Using the Configuration Manager Setup Wizard 483 Unattended Console Installation 490 Customizing the Console 491 Security Considerations 497 Configuring Required DCOM Permissions for the ConfigMgr Console 497 Verifying and Configuring WMI Permissions 498 Configuration Manager Service Manager 500 Starting the Configuration Manager Service Manager 500 Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager 500 Troubleshooting Console Issues 501 Enable Verbose Logging 501 Common Issues 502 Summary 505 Chapter 11 Related Technologies and References 507 PKI Management References 508 Cryptography Basics 508 How SSL Works 511 Establishing a PKI 512 Certificate Templates 516 Certificate Validation 517 Deploying Certificates 517 Certificate and PKI References 519 Network Access Protection in Windows Server 2008 519 NPS Overview in Windows Server 2008 520 ConfigMgr NAP Policies 521 ConfigMgr NAP Evaluation 522 NAP Health State 523 Windows Imaging and Image Management 524 New PC Scenario 525 Refresh PC Scenario 525 Replace PC Scenario 526 ImageX 527 File Versus Sector Imaging 528 Boot Images 529 Driver Injection 530 Image Capture 531 Windows Deployment Integration 533 AMT and vPro 534 Summary 537 Chapter 12 Client Management 539 Configuring the Management Point 540 Configuring Client Agents 541 Hardware Inventory 542 Modifying the SMS_Def.mof File 545 Software Inventory 546 Advertised Programs 549 Computer Client 550 Desired Configuration Management 553 Mobile Devices 553 Remote Tools 554 Network Access Protection 556 Software Metering 557 Software Updates 559 Client Discovery 560 Active Directory System Group Discovery 561 Active Directory Security Group Discovery 562 Active Directory System Discovery 562 Active Directory User Discovery 562 Heartbeat Discovery 564 Network Discovery 564 Client Deployment 567 Command-Line Properties 567 Manual Installation 569 Client Push Installation 570 Client Push Installation Wizard 572 Client Installation in Image Deployment 574 Software Update Point Client Installation 574 Client Uninstall 575 Client Upgrade 575 Client Patches 576 Client Troubleshooting 576 General Scenarios 576 Online Assistance 577 Conflicting Hardware IDs 579 ConfigMgr Toolkit 579 General Troubleshooting Information 581 The ConfigMgr Client Agent 582 Out of Band Management 584 Fallback Status Point 584 Client Approval 585 Summary 585 Chapter 13 Creating Packages 587 The Case for ConfigMgr Software Packaging 588 Automated Deployment 589 Consistency 589 Targeted Deployment 589 Software Removal 590 Software Package Reuse 590 Comparing GPO-based Software Distribution to ConfigMgr Software Distribution 590 About Packages, Programs, Collections, Distribution Points, and Advertisements 592 Packages 593 Programs 593 Collections 594 Distribution Points 594 Advertisements 595 How These Combine 595 Creating a Package 596 OpsMgr Client 597 Forefront Client 620 Custom Packages 626 Integrating Virtual Applications 627 What Is SoftGrid? 627 Activating Application Virtualization in ConfigMgr 2007 R2 629 Creating Adobe Reader as a Virtual Application in ConfigMgr R2 631 Avoiding Common ConfigMgr Software Packaging Issues 636 Program and Package Properties 637 Testing, Testing, Testing 637 Summary 638 Chapter 14 Distributing Packages 639 About Queries 639 Creating Collections 641 Static Collections 642 Dynamic Collections 649 Subcollections 657 Using Distribution Points 666 Standard Distribution Points 667 Protected Distribution Points 672 Branch Distribution Points 674 Advertised Programs Client Agent 677 Creating Advertisements 678 Forefront Advertisement 679 OpsMgr Advertisement 686 Distributing Adobe Reader as a Virtual Application in ConfigMgr R2 692 Troubleshooting ConfigMgr Software Distribution Issues 702 Start Simple 702 Checking Status 702 Summary 703 Chapter 15 Patch Management 705 Planning Your Software Updates Strategy 706 Software Update Options in Microsoft Products 708 The Windows Update Agent 708 The SMS Inventory Tool for Microsoft Updates 708 Standalone WSUS 709 Configuration Manager 2007 709 Preparing for Software Updates 710 Software Updates Prerequisites 710 Creating Software Update Points 712 Synchronization Process 718 Agent Configuration 719 Group Policy Settings 721 Software Updates Process 722 Putting It All Together-A Quick-Start Example 727 Update Repository 728 Update Lists 731 Deployment Templates 733 Update Deployments 736 Deployment Packages 738 Creating and Managing Deployments 740 A Recommended Approach 740 A Few Best Practices 743 Maintenance Windows 744 SMS 2003 Clients 747 Native Mode and Software Updates 749 Using Wake On LAN Capability 751 WOL Prerequisites 751 Two Types of WOL 752 Configuring WOL 753 Using WOL 754 Using NAP to Protect Your Network 754 NAP Prerequisites 755 Agent Settings 755 System Health 756 Client Compliance 758 Remediation 760 Troubleshooting Software Updates 760 Monitoring Software Updates 761 WSUS and SUP 762 Downloading Updates 762 Client Update Scanning and Deployment 763 Summary 764 Chapter 16 Desired Configuration Management 765 Configuring Desired Configuration Management 767 Configurations 769 Configuration Items 769 Configuration Baselines 772 Creating and Modifying Configurations 777 Console Authoring 777 External Authoring 797 Authoring with CP Studio 798 DCM Strategies 800 Reporting 801 On-demand Results 802 Alerting 802 Remediation 803 Troubleshooting 805 Summary 808 Chapter 17 Configuration Manager Queries 809 Viewing Queries and Query Results 809 Creating Queries 811 The Query Language 811 Objects, Classes, and Attributes 812 ConfigMgr Query Builder 814 Criterion Type, Operators, and Values 819 Advanced Queries 821 Example: Querying for Systems with a Hardware Scan in the Last 30 Days 823 Example: Querying for Systems Discovered Since Midnight 823 Relationships, Operations, and Joins 824 Querying Discovery Data 824 Querying Inventory Data 825 Using Query Results 826 Exporting Query Results to a Text File 826 Importing and Exporting Queries Between Sites 827 Creating a Collection Based on Query Results 827 Status Message Queries 828 Summary 830 Chapter 18 Reporting 831 ConfigMgr Classic Reports Versus SQL Reporting Services 832 Reporting Configuration 834 Configuring the Reporting Point for Classic Reporting 835 Configuring the Reporting Services Point for SRS Reporting 837 Copying ConfigMgr Classic Reports to SQL Reporting Services 839 Report Categories 842 Console Reporting Links 844 Relational Database Concepts 844 Available Reports and Use Cases 847 Reporting on Inventory and Discovery Data 848 Reporting on Sites 856 Reporting on Configuration Manager Operations 857 Client Status Reporting 865 Asset Intelligence 868 Reporting on Application Compatibility 873 Dashboards 875 Customizing Configuration Manager Reports 876 Customizing Report Layout and Display 878 Customizing Report Data Selection 879 Reporting on Custom Data 884 Creating New Reports 894 Creating Classic Reports 894 Creating SQL Reporting Services Reports 896 Creating SQL Reporting Services Subscriptions 898 Troubleshooting 900 Summary 902 Chapter 19 Operating System Deployment 903 Tools Overview 904 Sysprep 904 User State Migration Tool 905 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 905 Windows Automated Installation Kit 906 ImageX 906 System Image Manager 907 Windows PE 907 What Works Best for You 908 OSD Scenarios 908 Imaging Goals 909 Hardware Considerations 913 Site Systems 915 Distribution Points 916 PXE Service Point 918 State Migration Point 921 Boot Images 922 PXE Booting 922 Removable Media 922 Using a Distribution Point 924 Incorporating Windows PE 925 Computer Associations 925 Recovery 926 Unknown Computer Support 928 Operating System Install Packages and Image Packages 930 Automated Image Creation and Capture 931 Manual Image Creation 935 Image Deployment 937 User State Migration 940 Task Sequences 942 Variables 943 Task Conditions and Grouping 944 Tasks 947 Custom Commands 960 Task Sequence Targeting 960 Change Control and Portability 962 Customizing Task Sequences 963 Tips and Techniques 963 Confirm Packages Are Available 964 Control PXE Network Boots 964 Don't Add Unnecessary Windows XP Drivers 964 Conflicting Hardware IDs 965 Test Task Sequences 965 Beware the Uberbug 965 Test Thoroughly 966 Drivers 966 Drivers in the Image 969 Drivers After the Image 970 Post Deployment Tasks 971 ConfigMgr Software Deployment 971 Group Policy 971 Troubleshooting 972 Operating System Deployment Home Page 972 Check Advertisement Status 972 The Smsts.log File 972 Status Reports 973 Command Line Support 974 Native Mode 974 Upgrading from SMS 2003 976 Summary 977 Part IV: Administering Configuration Manager 2007 Chapter 20 Security and Delegation in Configuration Manager 2007 981 Basic Security Concepts 983 Securing Administrative Access to Configuration Manager 987 Administrative Access at the Operating System Level 989 Administrative Access Within Configuration Manager 996 Security for Remote Administration 1003 Auditing Configuration Manager Administration 1003 SQL Server Administrative Security 1003 Securing the Configuration Manager Infrastructure 1004 Building Security into Your Hierarchy 1004 Securing Site Systems 1007 Securing Configuration Manager Communications 1015 Securing Configuration Manager Accounts 1019 Securing Service Dependencies for Configuration Manager 1026 Securing Configuration Manager Reporting 1027 Securing Configuration Manager Operations 1029 Best Practices for Configuration Manager Administration 1029 Operational Security for Software Distribution 1030 Operational Security for Operating System Deployment 1032 Operational Security for Remote Tools Administration 1032 Operational Security for Configuration Manager Inventory 1033 Operational Security for Mobile Device Management 1034 Summary 1035 Chapter 21 Backup, Recovery, and Maintenance 1037 Site and SQL Server Backups 1037 Backing Up ConfigMgr 1037 Restoring ConfigMgr Backups 1041 Using Back Up and Restore to Migrate to New Environments 1048 Site Maintenance 1049 Site Maintenance Tasks 1049 Data Discovery Record (DDR) Retention 1055 Obsolete Records 1060 Database Maintenance 1062 Making the Status Message System Work for You 1065 Maintaining Status Data 1070 Status Filter Rules 1070 Monitoring Configuration Manager with Operations Manager 1073 Services and Descriptions 1073 Summary 1075 Part V: Appendixes Appendix A Configuration Manager Log Files 1079 Related Documentation 1079 Enabling Logging 1080 Debug and Verbose Logging 1080 Using ConfigMgr Service Manager 1080 SQL Logging 1081 NAL Logging 1081 Reporting Point Logging 1081 ConfigMgr Setup Logs 1082 Client Log Files 1082 Site Server Log Files 1084 Backup Log Files 1086 Management Point Log Files 1086 Admin User Interface Log Files 1087 Mobile Device Log Files 1087 Mobile Device Management Log Files 1087 Mobile Device Management Client Logs 1088 OSD Log Files 1089 Multicast for OSD Log Files 1091 Network Access Protection Log Files 1092 Desired Configuration Management Log Files 1093 Wake On LAN Log Files 1094 Software Updates Log Files 1094 Software Updates Site Server Log Files 1094 Software Updates Client Computer Log Files 1095 WSUS Server Log Files 1096 Windows Update Agent Log File 1097 Out of Band Management Log Files 1097 Out of Band Service Point Log Files 1097 Out of Band Management Console Log File 1098 Out of Band Management Computer Log File 1098 Appendix B Reference URLs 1099 General Resources 1099 More Specific Information 1103 Blogs 1107 The System Center Family 1109 Public Forums 1110 Free Utilities 1111 Other Utilities 1113 Index 1115