Boot Image Properties - Data Access Tab

Atualizada: Janeiro de 2010

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

Use this tab to configure how users can access distribution points for an image.

You can configure the following settings:

Access distribution folder through common Configuration Manager 2007 package share
The image is accessed through the common Configuration Manager 2007 package share (SMSPKGx$, where x is the drive letter) on distribution points. By default, this option is selected.

Share distribution folder
The image will be created on distribution points with an administrator-specified share and path name.

Share name
If you select Share distribution point, enter a unique share name and path to be created for the image source files on distribution points. See the section Share names later in this document.

ImportantImportante
Do not specify a folder that is in use by another process. If the folder that you specify contains files, these files might be overwritten.

Package update settings
Specify the disconnect settings that will take effect when Configuration Manager 2007 updates images on distribution points.

Disconnect users from distribution points
Select this option to notify users before disconnecting them from distribution points when Configuration Manager 2007 updates package data. By default, this check box is cleared.

Number of retries before disconnecting users
The number of times that Configuration Manager 2007 tries to update the image source files before disconnecting users who are connected to the distribution point. The default setting is 2; you can specify 0 to 99, inclusive.

Interval between user notification and disconnection
The number of minutes Configuration Manager 2007 should wait after notifying users before disconnecting them from distribution points. The default setting is 5 minutes; you can specify 0 to 59 minutes, inclusive.

Share Names

If you select Share distribution point, enter a unique share name and path to be created for the image source files on distribution points. The value can either be a share, which must be unique among all images and Configuration Manager 2007 packages, or a share and a path, where the path must be unique among all images and Configuration Manager 2007 packages. See the following table for examples.

 

Share name Resulting path on distribution points

Office

\\distributionpointservername\office

Images\XPPro

\\distributionpointservername\images\XPPro

Packages\images\Vista

\\distributionpointservername\packages\images\Vista

noteNota
Do not enter a full Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path in Share name, such as \\server\share. Enter only the name of the shared folder on distribution points.

If the share name is entered as a share only, as in the first example, all files and subdirectories within that share will be deleted and re-created each time the package is updated or refreshed. If the share name is entered as a share name and a path, only the bottom path (XPPro and Vista in the above examples) will be deleted and re-created each time the package is updated or refreshed.

To control which drive either the default or custom package folder is created on, assign the distribution point role to a server share instead of a server computer. For more information, see Site Systems Configuration Overview. For distribution points on server shares, if a share name is entered for an image, it is treated as a path beneath the distribution point share (\\MyServer\MyShare), as shown in the following table:

 

Package share name Resulting path on distribution points

Office

\\Myserver\Myshare\office

Images\XPPro

\\Myserver\Myshare\images\XPPro

Packages\images\Vista

\\Myserver\Myshare\packages\images\Vista

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Boot Image Properties

For additional information, see Configuration Manager 2007 Information and Support.
To contact the documentation team, email SMSdocs@microsoft.com.

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