Saturday, March 13, 2010

High level of Tech Talk :- Take this Print

Communication errors between Site’s
SQL Server Errors

For Every Term you need to get a log file Name, Glossary should learn it

Site Server issues :-

  1. Not able to connect to the Console
  2. Site is not sending status messages, the procedure to confirm and the default report
  3. Site Server Slow or CPU High Utilization
  4. backlogs finding
  5. Backlogs Story…
  6. MY Script to check the Backlogs
  7. Database errors related to Site Server and SQL
  8. Importance of SMS Provider
  9. Collections are not appearing in the hierarchy log file
  10. Some of IMP Log Files
  11. Status messages not for set to clear you must understand what happens when we set to clear and act to the situation
  12. SMS 2003 Troubleshooting Workflow
  13. News / MYITForum Group Importance
  14. Backup of Sites
  15. Uninstallation of Sites
  16. Planning of Sites “”Configuration Manager Preplanning Worksheets””
  17. Primary Site
  18. Secondary Site
  19. Just the DP
  20. Boundaries
  21. Boundary Overlapping
  22. FSP and it’s history why we need FSP?
  23. Site to Site key exchange
  24. Possibility of NLBs and for MP and WSUS
  25. OSD Coverage and steps
  26. lets try MDT also
  27. If possible Lets try Native Mode also

Client Issues:-

  1. Client Installation Methods
  2. Software Update point Based Client installation
  3. Disadvantages of Client Push
  4. Client installation Log files

Client Installation Troubleshooting:-

  1. WMI Connectivity check
  2. WMI Rebuild
  3. WMI Log Files
  5. Drive Space issues, FS.exe
  6. Permissions, admin$, 64 bit ccm folder location & 32 bit control panel
  7. Not found MP
  8. not detecting the site code
  9. client not assigning to site code and trying to install\
  10. possible of command line option of ccmsetup.exe
  11. ccmclean.exe
  12. IMP log Files related to Client
  13. patching related log file and issue
  14. patching is failing to install
  15. is sms/sccm client is manacle of things to automate?
  16. Trace32.exe
  17. Client Status Reports
  18. SMS Client Health Monitor
  19. Some of the “”State Messages in Configuration Manager 2007”


  • MP Troubleshooting
  • Reporting Point Troubleshooting
  • Secondary Site Installation
  • Ports Document
  • patching the Systems
  • Workstation Patching style and server patching status
  • maintenance window
  • SCCM R2 Advantages
  • SCCM Features comparison with SMS



Software inventory
Hardware inventory
SMS_def.mof File and tool from MYITFORM for registry key
mof compile
no idmif



Log files for Communication

  1. Component Configuration Manager Troubleshooting
  2. ADMINUI.log file
  3. Delegation of Configuration / SMS Console
  4. Status messages

Package Distribution Issues

  1. Procedure to Confirm the Package  is reached to the DP And  Log File
  2. Procedure to Package Source Version and Current Version finding
  3. What is refresh and Update package and resend to DP?
  4. How to Distribute the Packages to Multiple DPs? DP Groups?
  5. IMP Log Files related to Distribution:- Sender and Scheduler and Distmgr.log
  6. Compressed files like .Pck story
  7. What is the Compressed Package?
  8. What is Binary replication in Distribution?
  9. What is the Package Creation Flow, I mean what kind of files gets changed in the work flow, like Dispooler and etc…
  10. Importance of BITS on DP
  11. Distribution points Related reports to the DP and Database Tables
  12. Troublshooting steps for a Package is not reaching DP
  13. Download package and run from DP
  14. Virtual Applications and relationship with DP
  15. In the Event of Distribution Point OS Failed how to proceed further to get it corrected?
  16. Document from my blog DP in and Outs

Distribution Point Family and its Terms:-


  1. Understanding of Advertisement?
  2. Standard DP
  3. Protected DP
  4. Branch Distribution Point
  5. peer DP
  6. Nomad DP
  7. Check in IE
  8. More than 700 do we need another DP?
  9. DFS and DP ?
  10. File Server and DP ?
  11. For each above Log files


  1. Working style of Advertisement..
  2. When we advertise the Command line Options that we can see…. for executing style
  3. Default report that we can check for advertisement
  4. Log files for advertisement
  5. From console view of Advertisement status
  6. If Advertisement failed how to make sure it to run again
  7. Suppressing the Advertisement
  8. how to use toolkit to see advertisement history
  9. related information in control panel for advertisement
  10. maintenance of Cache folder
  11. If report is not showing more than 10000 rows for any advertisement
  12. Advertisement to advertise Users and User groups
  13. Advertisement interaction with user
  14. Advertisement running with the administrator privileges and Logged in user account rights
  15. Administrator Flow for Advertisement
  16. advertisement to be appear in the add and remove programs


Other Topics

  • WOL in and Outs from my blog document
  • MP Issues
  • DP Issues
  • Preinst.exe
  • How to find the What deployment that are using… currentsly for this month
  • notification for Technet patching
  • PXE Issues and ports and fast port and iphelper
  • Wake on LAN ports and difference and unicast and subnet broad cast
  • Schema Extention two methods
  • Software Updates desgin and flow for how to create and deploy with the reports and log files
  • Small talk on OBT
  • SCCM Client Installation Batch Script
  • Psexec tool
  • psexplorer
  • Collections Database Table
  • Right Click Tools
  • System Center Clint Center
  • SCCM R3
  • Configuration Manager Preplanning Worksheets
  • Finally Glossary
  • IP Sec
  • Isolation of Domains
  • VLans
  • wdsutil
  • Multicasting
  • Thursday, March 11, 2010

    My Fav Photo


    SQL 2005 Server Pre-Requisite Installation on 2008 server

    SQL 2005 Server Pre-Requisite Installation

    This document will outline the steps involved to prepare a SQL server for installation of SQL 2005 server. After these steps are done SQL 2005 Server with reporting services can then be installed.


    How to install and how to configure SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services on a computer that is running Windows Server 2008

    You receive a warning message on the System Configuration Check page of the SQL Server 2005 Setup program on a computer that is running Windows Vista or a Server Core installation of Windows Server 2008

    Installation Steps

    · Open Server Manager and choose click on the option "Roles" then choose " Add Roles".


    · The Add Roles Wizard is displayed. Click "Next" to proceed past the "Before you[WH1] begin" wizard.


    · In the "Select Server Roles box" select the option "Web Server (IIS)".


    · The "Add features required for Web Server (IIS)?" dialog is displayed. Click the option that says "Add Required Features".


    · The window will then return to the "Select Server Roles" dialog box with "Web Server (IIS)" selected.


    · The "Web Server (IIS)" wizard is displayed, click "Next" to continue.


    · The "Select Role Services" page is displayed.


    · Here we need to make sure we have the correct items installed. (As various options are chosen on this dialog other options will be enabled as well).

    · Under "Common HTTP Features" select "HTTP Redirection".

    · Under "Application Development" select "ASP.NET".

    · The "Add role services and features required for ASP.NET?" dialog should appear. Click "Add Required Role Services".


    · The "Select Role Services" dialog will return to focus.


    · Now select "ASP" under Application Development.

    · Scroll down to the "Security" section and select "Windows Authentication".

    · Scroll down the "IIS 6 Management Compatibility" section and select the following options:

    IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility

    IIS 6 WMI Compatibility

    IIS 6 Scripting Tools

    IIS 6 Management Console

    · With the all the options plus the other defaults with that were enabled it should look like it does in screenshot below.


    · Ensure the list looks like it does above and click "Next".

    · The "Confirm Installation Selections" dialog is now displayed, click "Install" to begin the installation.


    · When the installation has finished the "Installation Results" pages is displayed. Review this and make sure no errors or warnings are displayed.


    · Click "Close" to return to "server Manager".

    · The "Server Manager" window is then updated to reflect the "Web Server (IIS)" that was just installed.


    · Choose "File - Exit" to return to the Windows desktop.

    · At this point the pre-requisite components are installed and you are ready to begin the SQL 2005 installation.


    Test from my Live

    Test from my Live

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    IMP reports by me

    Report Name: Clients that have not reported recently (Collection)

    Category: SMS Site - Discovery and Inventory Information

    Comment: This show report shows a list of clients that have not reported discovery data, hardware inventory, or software inventory in a specified number of days. An empty column indicates that a client has not reported any data of that type. A column with a '*' means that the client has reported data of that type within the specified time period.


    Report Name: All active package distributions

    Category: Software Distribution - Packages

    Comment: This report shows all distributions points on which a package is currently being installed or removed


    Report Name: Sites by hierarchy with time of last site status update

    Category: SMS Site - General

    Comment: Displays the list of sites in hierarchy order and shows the last time the site status was updated


    Tuesday, March 9, 2010

    Example Scenarios for Configuration Manager 2007 used

    1. Kim enables Active Directory Security Group Discovery. Every day, Configuration Manager 2007 queries Active Directory for all computers that are members of the Accounting security group.
    2. Kim creates a query in the Configuration Manager 2007 console to find all members of the Accounting security group.
    3. Kim creates a collection based on the query to find all members of the Accounting security group. If the Active Directory administrator adds a new computer to the Accounting security group, the next time Active Directory Security Group Discovery runs it will add the new computer to the Configuration Manager 2007 database. The next time the Accounting collection is evaluated, the query will find the new computer in the database and it will be added to the collection.
    4. Kim enables the Advertised Programs Client Agent, so that all clients in his site will be able to receive software distribution packages.
    5. Kim creates several distribution points in each site. If he configured only one per site, it might not be able to service all of the clients in that site.
    6. Kim creates a package for the accounting application. He configures the package to read the source files from the CD and create a local copy of the package, because disks in his office sometimes disappear without his permission.
    7. The application has a tool to create a customized Windows Installer file that will install the software with no user intervention and using all of the accounting department's preferred defaults. Kim creates one program to run the customized Windows Installer and he creates a second program to uninstall the accounting application, just in case. Both programs are configured to run whether or not a user is logged on, and both will run with administrative rights even if the logged on user is not currently an administrator, even if the client computer is running Windows Vista with User Access Control enabled.
    8. The default package access accounts allow all users to read the package. Because only accounting members should have access, Kim removes the Users package access account and adds an account for the accounting group.
    9. Kim copies the package to all distribution points in his site. He also copies the package to all distribution points in all child sites because there are some members of accounting in every site.
    10. As soon as Kim completes the distribution point wizard, the site server immediately begins copying the files to the distribution points in his site. Kim purposefully waited until the end of the day to run the distribution point wizard so the network would be less busy. The sender controls the bandwidth utilization to the child sites, so it doesn't matter when Kim runs the distribution point wizard. The sender from the parent site copies the package to the child site in small chunks and verifies each chunk before sending the next one. After the entire package is successfully received at the child site, the child site server copies the package to all distribution points in that site.
    11. After Kim has verified in the package status that the package has been distributed to all of his distribution points, he creates an advertisement. He configures the advertisement to use the accounting package and the program to run the customized Windows Installer file. He sets the advertisement to send the package and program to the accounting collection. He configures the advertisement to run next Wednesday at 4 pm in the client's time zone. He could have configured it to run at 4 pm UTC but some of the sites in other countries don't have local administrators and Kim doesn't want to get troubleshooting calls in the middle of the night if 4 pm in his site is midnight in a different site. Even though the application is rather large, Kim configures the advertisement to run even if the client computer is connected to a slow network boundary; this means that accounting users who work from home and connect using a VPN will still have to install the program. Kim makes a note to send out an e-mail to the home-based workers to let them know the large package is coming.
    12. As soon as Kim completes the advertisement wizard, Configuration Manager 2007 creates a policy and sends it to the management points for all the sites. For the management points at the child sites, the sender at the parent site copies the policy to the site server at the child site and the child site server sends it to the site management point.
    13. The clients in all the sites have been configured to poll for new policy every two hours because it provides a nice balance between getting software out quickly enough but not saturating the network with policy requests.
    14. The next time a client in the Accounting collection polls the management point, it is told that it has software advertised to it. It asks for the location of the content and is given a list of distribution points in the site. The client sorts the list and finds three distribution points on the same subnet, so it picks one at random. The client connects to the selected distribution point and downloads the content into a local cache and then runs the program from the cache to install the accounting software.
    15. After the software is installed, the client sends a status message indicating success.
    16. Kim creates a report to show which clients have successfully installed the accounting software.

      The One

    Monday, March 8, 2010

    P women

    Here is the Some of the good food :--
    Red carrot,beetroot,Prune's,pomegranate,spinach,Apple,Peanut Butter,Barley,Dried apricots,Dried blueberries,Prune Juice,
    Dried Apricots,

    by this you can avoid Hemoglobin issues:--

    chicken liver,strawberries,grapefruit juice,broccoli,Dried fruits like apricots,prunes and raisins,lima beans,Black strap,molasses,pomegranate

    IMP ons Wallnuts and barly and soya milk