In the console tree, right-click Microsoft Provisioning,
and then click Properties.
All Microsoft Provisioning Framework (MPF) databases, including
MPFConfig, MPFAudit, MPFTranLogData, MPFSample, and Resource
Manager, are SQL databases. The only database you should access
directly in SQL, however, is the MPFAudit database. Directly
accessing the MPFConfig, MPFTranLogData, MPFSample, and Resource
Manager databases can cause database corruption, transaction
processing errors, and the loss of data. Access these databases
using Provisioning Manager or Configuration Database Windows
Management Instrumentation (WMI) Provider only.
To open Provisioning Manager, click Start, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Provisioning Server, and
then click Provisioning Manager.