Use the General tab of the Configuration Manager 2007 Assembly Properties dialog box to define your own name and description for this assembly object that will be assessed for compliance.
This tab contains the following elements:
- Assembly name
- Specifies the name of the assembly object you will see in the
Configuration Manager 2007 administrator console. The name cannot
be the same as other assembly objects of the same type and must be
registered in the Global Assembly Cache. The assembly name can be
up to 256 characters long.
Note An assembly is a piece of code that can be shared between applications. Assemblies can have the file extension .dll or .exe. The Global Assembly Cache is a folder named %systemroot%\assembly on client computers where all shared assemblies are stored.
- Specifies the description for the assembly object. The description should give an overview of the assembly object and other relevant information that helps identify it among other objects. The description can be up to 256 characters long.
- Saves the changes and exits the dialog box.
- Exits the dialog box without saving any changes.
- Opens the help topic for this tab of the dialog box.
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Problems Editing Configuration Data in the Configuration Manager Console
ConceptsAbout Configuration Items in Desired Configuration Management
About the Non-Compliance Severity Level in Desired Configuration Management