The Configuration Manager 2007 Configuration Item Properties dialog box displays information about configuration items imported with the Import Configuration Data Wizard or created with one of the following wizards:
- Create Application Configuration Item
- Create General Configuration Item
- Create Operating System Configuration Item
Click any link in the following section for detailed information about its associated tab in the dialog box:
In This Section
- Configuration Item Properties: General Tab
- Specifies the name and description of the configuration item and displays the properties and assigned categories.
- Configuration Item Properties: Windows Version Tab
- Specifies the Windows version information required by the operating system configuration item.
- Configuration Item Properties: Objects Tab
- Specifies the objects that you want to include in the configuration item. Examples of configuration item objects are files, folders, and registry keys.
- Configuration Item Properties: Settings Tab
- Specifies settings and their validation criteria to include in the configuration item. Examples of configuration item settings are those which define values to be validated from Active Directory Domain Services, the registry, and scripts.
- Configuration Item Properties: Detection Method Tab
- Specifies the method by which the application will be detected on client computers. Applicable to application configuration items only.
- Configuration Item Properties: Applicability Tab
- Applicable to application configuration items and general configuration items only. Specifies that the configuration item is applicable to the selected Windows platforms only.
- Configuration Item Properties: Relationships Tab
- Displays which configuration baselines reference the configuration item, and displays any parent or child relationships with other configuration items.
- Properties - Security Tab
- Specifies the class and instance security for the configuration item.