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    SCOnline Group Policy Administrative Template

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    GP administrative template for AIS
    • Version:

      1.0

      File Name:

      sconline.zip

      Date Published:

      11/15/2007

      File Size:

      2 KB

        The System Center Online (SCO) administrative template file provides Asset Inventory Service (AIS) with three Group Policy and Windows Registry settings that help you manage your AIS inventory.

        After downloading and saving the administrative template file (SCOnline.adm) to the %windir%\inf directory of an AIS client computer, you can use the Group Policy Management Console to view and edit the SCO administrative template. The SCO administrative template provides the following three Group Policy settings to your AIS client computers:

        • Add the client to a group -- This setting allows you to assign the computers in your inventory to a computer group.
        • Turn off fallback to Microsoft Update -- This setting allows you to prevent or allow the AIS client software from receiving updates from Microsoft Update by default. If this setting is enabled, when the AIS client software requires updates, it does not fall back to Microsoft Update.
        • Add additional proxies -- This setting allows you to specify additional or backup proxy servers that client computers can use to communicate their inventories with AIS.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista

        Microsoft Windows® 2000 Professional Service Pack 4 (SP4) (Subsequent service packs are also supported.)
        Windows® XP Professional
        Windows Server® 2003 operating systems
        Windows Vista® Enterprise
        Windows Vista® Ultimate
        Windows Vista® Business
      • Use the Group Policy Management Console to view and edit the SCO administrative template.
        To view and edit the SCO administrative template
        1. Save the sconline.adm file to the %windir%\inf directory.
        2. Open the Group Policy Editor: click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then press Enter.
        3. In the console tree, expand Computer Configuration, and then select Administrative Templates.
        4. On the Action menu, click Add/Remove Templates.
        5. In the Add/Remove Templates dialog box, click Add.
        6. In the Policy Templates dialog box, open the %windir\inf directory and select sconline.adm, then click Open.
        System Center Online Client is displayed in Administrative Templates.
        7. Open the Enable client grouping setting.
        8. To enable client grouping, select Enabled.
        9. In the Group name for this computer box, type a group name and click OK.

        Note : A computer can belong to only one group.

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