The Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager has been updated on the web and the latest content has Updated: March 1, 2013 at the top of the topic.
We also released a Windows PowerShell for Configuration Manager help update. This update includes additions and corrections to the Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 release. To download the updated help to your local computer, run the Configuration Manager console with local administrative permissions, and connect to Windows PowerShell. At the prompt, type the following: “Update-Help -Module ConfigurationManager”. And if you haven’t already, you might want to check out the following posts for using Windows PowerShell with Configuration Manager: Powershell Basics and PowerShell – Connecting to Configuration Manager .
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What's New in the Documentation Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, March 2013
The following information lists the topics that contain significant changes since the February 2013 update.
- Updated for the following information:
- Updated the Monitoring and Reporting section so that the Reporting section is consistent with Introduction to Reporting in Configuration Manager .
- Updated to include the missing enrollment site system roles in the table for the additional site system roles for specific functionality.
- Updated for Active Directory Certificate Services on Windows Server 2012:
- Updated to add best practice guidance about using IP address ranges as boundaries only when other boundary types are not sufficient for your environment.
- Updated the Planning How to Wake Up Clients section to correct the discrepancy about the TCP/IP ping interval, which is every 5 seconds.
- Updated the Planning for Maintenance Tasks for Configuration Manager section for the following maintenance tasks that were introduced with Configuration Manager SP1: Delete Aged Client Presence History, Delete Aged Notification Task History, Delete Aged Replication Summary Data, and Delete Aged Unknown Computers.
- Corrected the missing “/” in the Prerequisite Checker command line reference for /SourceDir.
- Updated with the information that the Site System Installation Account is used to install site system roles.
- Updated to remove the guidance for the required configuration of the SQL Server cluster. This information is moved to, and is kept up-to-date, in Supported Configurations for Configuration Manager .
- Updated for a new section that explains how to upgrade the client on Mac computers. Also, clarified that maintenance windows are not supported for these clients.
- Updated to correct the order of the registry keys.
- As a result of customer feedback, added links to the procedures to extend the schema and publish sites.
- Updated for the following:
- Updated with some examples of how you might use include and exclude collection rules. In addition, the procedures now include a callout note that you will not immediately see members in the newly created collection but can update the membership and refresh the Configuration Manager console.
- Updated for new and changed antimalware policy settings in Configuration Manager SP1.
- As a result of customer feedback, clarified that remote control does not have external dependencies on any Windows services, such as WinRM.
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