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Importing Data from Configuration Manager 2007

Updated: December 1, 2010

Applies To: System Center Service Manager 2010 SP1

This section provides an overview of how to use a connector to import data from System Center Configuration Manager into System Center Service Manager 2010. This section describes how to create, configure, disable, and enable a Configuration Manager connector, and how to customize the Configuration Manager extended SMS_def.mof file for collecting hardware information.

In This Section

About Importing Data from Configuration Manager 2007
Provides an overview of how to import data from Configuration Manager by using a connector.

How to Create a Configuration Manager Connector
Describes how to create a Configuration Manager connector and import data from Configuration Manager.

How to Disable and Enable a Configuration Manager Connector
Describes how to disable and enable a Configuration Manager connector to pause and resume data import from Configuration Manager.

How to Synchronize a Configuration Manager Connector
Describes how to synchronize the data in Configuration Manager with the Service Manager database.

How to Configure a Configuration Manager Connector for an Extended SMS_def.mof File
Describes how to customize the default Configuration Manager 2007 SMS_def.mof file to extend the hardware information that is collected.

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