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Configuration Manager SP1 Logo Certification for Windows Server 2012

Updated: January 1, 2013

Applies To: System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 is logo certified for Windows Server 2012. Some waivers were granted during the logo process. This topic provides details regarding the waivers. Read the following sections in conjunction with the Windows Logo Program for Server Applications.

Expected Behavior:

Windows Installation packages must not receive any errors from the Internal Consistency Evaluators (ICEs).

Microsoft Corporation – Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager: Observed Behavior

Result: Issue

Resolution: Documentation

Adminconsole.msi failed ICE34. This is by design because we don't want the CEIP opt-in dialog to have a default radio button selection. This is a privacy setting and by not having a default selection, we require the user to make an active selection.

Wimgapi.msi msi is an external component that we get from another team that does not have the resources to fix and retest the MSI unless there is a functionality issue caused by these errors. We are not aware of any functionality issues these errors cause and given our deployment and servicing model for this MSI, we don’t expect we will ever encounter any issues. This MSI was released for our last major release with these same ICE failures and we have not heard of any negative effects. It has two ICE errors reported:

  • ICE24 – the upgrade code contains lower case letters. We believe this doesn’t cause any actual problems.  Our servicing and upgrade model for this MSI is full uninstall/reinstall managed by an external bootstrapper. Therefore, we have no dependencies on the upgrade code and this will not cause any future issues for us or our customers.

  • ICE71 – media table starts with diskid4.  Since there is only one entry in the media table and all the files are packed in a cabinet file that is stored within the database as a separate stream we believe this doesn’t cause any actual problems for MSI.

Expected Behavior:

No custom columns are added to standard tables.

Microsoft Corporation – Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager: Observed Behavior

Result: Issue

Resolution: False positive

The Microsoft Platform Ready Test tool incorrectly reports a validation failure for zero byte files.

Expected Behavior:

Applications must not include 16-bit binaries along with standard application installation.

Microsoft Corporation – Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager: Observed Behavior

Result: Issue

Resolution: False positive

The following ARM binaries are incorrectly reported as 16-bit binaries:

  • dmclientsetup_arm.exe

  • enroll_arm.exe

The files contained in the SMSPKGSIG folder are created by the SMS Executive service and contain only the content hash of the original file, and are used for security validation. The Microsoft Platform Ready Test tool reports these files as failures for this test based on their filename extension.

See Also

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For additional resources, see Information and Support for Configuration Manager.

Tip: Use this query to find online documentation in the TechNet Library for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. For instructions and examples, see Search the Configuration Manager Documentation Library.
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