About Validation Criteria in Desired Configuration Management

Aplica-se a: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2

The validation criteria in Configuration Manager 2007 define how objects and settings within a configuration item are considered compliant or non-compliant. For example, a registry setting can be considered compliant if it is a set value or a range of values that you consider acceptable.

The validation criteria you can specify depends on the data type of the object property or setting.

String operators:

  • Equals

  • Not Equals

  • One Of

  • Begins With

  • Ends With

  • Contains

  • Matches

  • All Of

  • None Of

  • Does not begin with

  • Does not end with

  • Does not contain

  • Does not match

Date and time, integer, floating point, and version operators:

  • Equals

  • Not Equals

  • One Of

  • Greater Than

  • Less Than

  • Between

  • None Of

  • Greater than or equal to

  • Less than or equal to

You can also validate the following file and folder attributes as on, off, or choose to not validate them:

  • Archive

  • Compressed

  • Encrypted

  • Hidden

  • Read Only

  • System

Additionally you can validate the Windows security permissions on registry key objects and on file or folder objects. Permissions can be validated exclusively or non-exclusively. Exclusive validation on permissions means that permissions and groups or users that are not specified, or are specified but not found will result in a non-compliance status. Non-exclusive validation on permissions means that permissions and groups or users that are not specified will not be included when assessing compliance.

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For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
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