Just a quick FYI that the Configuration Manager Writing Team announced that the Configuration Manager 2007 documentation library and the Configuration Manager 2012 documentation library have been updated on the web. The latest content has Updated: May 1, 2011 at the top of the topic.
What’s New in the Configuration Manager 2007 Documentation Library for May 2011
How to Configure the WSUS Web Site to Use SSL : Updated to clarify that the site must be configured to ignore client certificates.
How to Set Address Schedules : Updated to clarify that the schedule applies to the site that is sending data and not the destination site. This information is also added to the Sender Address Properties: Schedule Tab.
Computer Client Agent: BITS Tab : Updated to clarify that when you configure the throttling window start and end time to be the same, BITS throttling is always on.
How to Create a Fallback Status Point in Configuration Manager : Updated to correct the log file locations.
There are also a bunch of updates to the ConfigMgr 2012 documentation so to get all the details head on over to the ConfigMgr Team blog’ and check it out.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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