In the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 console, you can use Site Settings Component Configuration to specify software distribution, status reporting, and settings for some site roles.
In This Section
- How to Configure Status Reporting Components
- All major Configuration Manager 2007 components generate status messages. You can specify that status messages be reported to the status system, to the event log, or both. You can configure where status messages are reported and stored for both the server and the client.
- How to Configure Site Status Configuration
- All major Configuration Manager 2007 components generate status messages. Although, the default status configuration settings will be usable for most sites, it may be necessary to modify them to meet the specific needs of an individual site.
TasksHow to Configure the Default Management Point for a Site
How to Create and Configure an Active Software Update Point
ConceptsConfiguration Manager Tasks for Configuring a Single Site
Other ResourcesConfiguring Software Distribution
How to Configure the System Health Validator Point for Network Access Protection