When you install Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 you have the option of participating in the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP). If you opt to participate, Configuration Manager 2007 collects anonymous statistical information about your system's configuration, the performance of some Configuration Manager 2007 components, and error events generated by Configuration Manager 2007. Windows periodically sends a small file to Microsoft with the summary data. Microsoft uses the anonymous data to identify ways to make the product better. You can change your participation status at any time.
|Your participation status applies to all Configuration Manager 2007 console sessions for the site. Changing the setting from one console session changes the setting for all console sessions.|
To change the CEIP settings for the site
In the Configuration Manager console, right-click System Center Configuration Manager and then click Customer Experience Improvement Program.
In the Customer Experience Improvement Program dialog box, click to clear or select the Allow Microsoft to collect information about how I use System Center Configuration Manager check box.