Provisioning servers in Microsoft® Provisioning Framework (MPF) house the following components.
- Provisioning engines that manage providers and maintain the transaction state of requests.
- Queue managers that handle queued, parent/child, and batch/bulk requests.
- Auditing and recovery managers that detect crashes in the provisioning engines and initiate rollback. They also move audit data from transaction logs to the audit log, clear old transactions and queues, and execute custom audit SQL commands against the audit log.
- The MPF data stores. The configuration database stores namespace definitions for providers and runtime parameters for provisioning components. Transaction logs store the real-time state of executing transactions. The audit log stores control data on transactions marked for audit.
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