After installing a new Configuration Manager 2007 site, it should be checked for general health and configured for daily operations.

Post setup tasks include:

Review Site Status

Site system and site component status should be reviewed to ensure that the site, and its site systems, has been correctly upgraded to Configuration Manager 2007.

After upgrading a site to Configuration Manager 2007, some system components might report initialization errors. This is caused by Site Component Manager reinstallation during the upgrade process. These initialization errors are temporary and are resolved during the next site component status summarization cycle.

To manually refresh site system status before the next site component status summarization cycle occurs, you can manually stop and restart SMS_SITE_SYSTEM_STATUS_SUMMARIZER.

Check Site Database Integrity

Using a SQL Server backup of the site database, check the database integrity with SQL Server database consistency checks to ensure the site database is operating successfully. The SQL Server 2005 DBCC CHECKDB stored procedure can be used to check the logical and physical integrity of all the objects in the site database. The DBCC CHECKDB stored procedure performs the following operations:

  • Runs DBCC CHECKALLOC on the database.

  • Runs DBCC CHECKTABLE on every table and view in the database.

  • Runs DBCC CHECKCATALOG on the database.

  • Validates the contents of every indexed view in the database.

  • Validates the SQL Server Service Broker data in the database.

Configure Site Settings

In general, perform post-upgrade tasks in the following order:

  • Assign new site system roles

  • Configure site maintenance tasks

  • Configure boundaries

  • Configure discovery methods

  • Configure client agent settings and schedules

  • Configure client installation methods

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