imageMicrosoft’s John Vintzel is at it again with another great post on the System Center Configuration Manager 2012 beta.  This one covers monitoring the compliance of content and a new feature to validate content in the Configuration Manager 2012 infrastructure. After reading his blog you’ll be able to see some new enhancements to Configuration Manager 2012 that will make troubleshooting content a lot easier:

In Configuration Manager we had a fairly simply way to view status of a package sent to distribution points, Package Status. It was attached to the content object and was not ideal if you needed to troubleshoot as distributions do not complete. Starting with Configuration Manager 2012 we have implemented advanced content monitoring….

You can continue reading this one here.

Enjoy!

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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