Why is the SCCM Site System Role I want to install not listed in the SCCM “Add Site System Roles Wizard”?

Why is the SCCM Site System Role I want to install not listed in the “Add Site System Roles Wizard”?

I am trying to install an additional ConfigMgr Site System Role on a server that is already hosting a Site System Role. However, when I get to the System Role Selection page of the Add Site System Roles Wizard, the Site System Role I want to install is not listed. Why?

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What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults?

What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults?

There are various logging settings that you can configure for each ConfigMgr component. In this FAQ we describe each setting, it’s default value and the possible values you can set.

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What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults?

What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults?

There are various logging settings that you can configure for each ConfigMgr component. In this FAQ we describe each setting, it’s default value and the possible values you can set.

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How can I see the Logging settings for a specific SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager?

How can I see the Logging settings for a specific SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager?

Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager can be tricky when you want to check the logging settings for a specific ConfigMgr component. So here’s another way of doing it.

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How can I see the Logging settings for a SCCM Site?

How can I see the Logging settings for a SCCM Site?

ConfigMgr consists of a lot of components, each generating its own log. Trying to work out what the settings for each are can be a bit tedious, but here’s a quick way of seeing all of the settings for the Logs in one go without using the Configuration Manager Service Manager.

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Why is the “Date Created” field not updated in the SCCM Console when I distribute content to a DP?

Why is the “Date Created” field not updated in the SCCM Console when I distribute content to a DP?

I’ve distributed content to a ConfigMgr Distribution Point, but when I look in the console under MonitoringOverviewDistribution StatusContent Status the Compliance % field shows 100.0 but the Date Created field hasn’t updated.

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SCCM “Site Component Manager failed to install this component on this site system” for SMS_DMAPPSVC_CONTROL_MANAGER when installing the Application Catalog web service point

SCCM “Site Component Manager failed to install this component on this site system” for SMS_DMAPPSVC_CONTROL_MANAGER when installing the Application Catalog web service point

I am trying to install the ConfigMgr Application Catalog web service point on a remote Site System.

However I am getting the following Status Message for the SMS_DMAPPSVC_CONTROL_MANAGER component:

Site Component Manager failed to install this component on this site system.
Solution: Review the previous status messages to determine the exact reason for the failure. Site Component Manager will automatically retry the installation in 60 minutes. To force Site Component Manager to immediately retry the installation, stop and restart Site Component Manager using the Configuration Manager Service Manager.

If I look in sitecomp.log I see:

All files installed.
Starting bootstrap operations…
Component file list item in the install map for component SMS_DMAPPSVC_CONTROL_MANAGER does not contain srvboot.exe.
Bootstrap operations aborted.
Installation failed and will be retried in the next polling cycle.
LogEvent(): Successfully logged Event to NT Event Log (1, 1, -1073740808, (null)).

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The tool cannot be run using the current user, because the current user does not have the ‘Full Administrator’ RBAC role – SCCM TP1701

The tool cannot be run using the current user, because the current user does not have the ‘Full Administrator’ RBAC role – SCCM TP1701

I am trying to run the new ContentLibraryCleanup tool in ConfigMgr Technical Preview 1701 but when I do get the following message:

The tool cannot be run using the current user, because the current user does not have the ‘Full Administrator’ RBAC role

The account I am using does have admin rights so why doesn’t it work?

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RESOLUTION

This is a known issue in the Technical Preview 1701 version of this tool which does not recognise full administrator security groups, only users who are explicitly a ConfigMgr Full Administrator. The workaround to this issue (which is fixed in the next release), is to add any users that need to run the tool as a Full Administrator in the ConfigMgr Console.

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