The compressing format is changed so it can support the single instance file storage.
Distrbution of content happens in the following ways: Case: When creating an Application at the Central Administration Site the logs can be monitored for the following errors: Look in the Dist at the Central Administration Site for the following errors: Peter is a Senior Consultant and Enterprise Mobility (Configuration Manager/Microsoft Intune/Enterprise Mobility Suite) MVP with CTGlobal with a primary focus on the Enterprise Client Management and Enterprise Mobility.
If you are simply planning to get Config Mgr up and running, you may find some of the material in this chapter unessential.
However, you will find a basic understanding of the product architecture and knowledge of techniques for viewing the inner working of Config Mgr invaluable for troubleshooting purposes.
While submitting changes to applications, each time a snapshot of the changes is saved for versioning purposes.
While distributing content to distribution points, a single instance of a file is distributed from a site to a distribution point.
It examines some of the internal storage of the Config Mgr database, and how Config Mgr processes and threads work together to implement key features.
It also examines how sites replicate data and content.
The content library exists of three components: The new content library eliminates the compressed content on the site servers, like it was there in Configuration Manager 2007 and earlier.
It looks at how Config Mgr sites publish information in Active Directory and how Config Mgr clients use directory information.
The chapter then discusses how Config Mgr clients and servers use WMI.
When I input the UNC path for the download, I cannot get to the Server 2003 folder because it is gone.
I create the folder from the SCCM server and am told that it already exists. Thank you Thanks for sharing the info about SCCM logs!