Here’s a great article I found over on the TechNet Wiki that was written by Microsoft’s own Steve Thomas. This one shows how an enterprise administrator can determine MED-V 2.0 FTS completion and provide remediation quickly:
When deploying large amounts of MED-V 2.0 workspaces in the enterprise, Microsoft offers several flexible options for determining on a large scale if MED-V First-time-setup occurred properly. The goal of this is to be able to incorporate this into an existing software/operations management infrastructure.
Event Viewer/Event Collections
In Windows 7, under the Applications and Services Event Logs, is the MEDV Event log for the Host Agent. If you are tracking event logs through an operations management application or other event collector you can leverage the following Event ID’s for tracking FTS progress…
To continue reading Steve’s article see http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4597.aspx.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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