You can prioritize various types of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 data that is passed from site to site. The three priorities (low, medium, and high) are used in two ways:
- As relative rankings by Configuration Manager
2007 Replication Manager to determine which data is sent first.
High-priority data is sent before medium, which is sent before low.
For example, you can configure Configuration Manager 2007 to
replicate the site control file at high priority, status messages
at medium priority, and MIF files at low priority, which causes
Configuration Manager 2007 to send site control files first, status
messages second, and MIF files last.
- As restrictions by sender addresses. You can
configure sender addresses to pass data with a specific priority
during certain times of the day. For example, you can modify an
address to pass only high-priority data between 8:00 A.M. and
5:00 P.M. Medium- and low-priority data would wait during
those hours and would be passed only between 5:00 P.M. and