Posted by: kurtsh | January 13, 2006

RELEASE: Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring

Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring

Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring (DCM) is a powerful way to maintain a consistent configuration across all server roles and hardware types and to ensure that all servers have required software updates, service packs, and drivers installed. DCM requires Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or Microsoft Windows XP for component installation and will monitor most Microsoft Windows Server System applications and hardware configurations. DCM runs on any server application where configurations can be accessed through Microsoft Active Directory, Window Management Instrumentation (WMI), metabase, file system, and registries.

DCM has three guides associated with it:

 

·         Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring Installation Guide

·         Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring User Guide

·         Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 Desired Configuration Monitoring Deployment Guide

 

To Download These Guides

You can download these guides from the Microsoft Download Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=49307


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