How to Configure the Client Status Reporting Service Account

Atualizada: Junho de 2008

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

noteNota
As informações neste tema aplicam-se apenas ao Configuration Manager 2007 R2 e ao Configuration Manager 2007 R3.

The Configuration Manager 2007 R2 client status reporting service performs the following functions:

  • Adds data from client status reporting into the Configuration Manager 2007 database.

  • Controls the activity of client ping and client pulse according to the specified settings.

  • Processes, analyzes, and collates client status data and sends this data to the Configuration Manager 2007 site database.

The Client Status Reporting Service account requires the following privileges:

  • Read permissions, if you have specified a share to which the management point saves policy request log files. For more information, see How to Configure Policy Request Logging on Management Points. If you have not specified a share to which the management point saves policy request log files, the Client Status Reporting Service account requires local administrative privileges on each management point that client status reporting needs to connect to in order to retrieve policy request log files. The Client Status Reporting Service account will connect to the C$ or Admin$ share on the management point to determine the location of the policy request log files.

  • Local administrative privileges and the logon as service rights on the client status reporting host system.

  • Permissions to the Configuration Manager 2007 R2 site database. For more information, see How to Configure Permissions to the Site Database.

Use the following procedure to specify the Client Status Reporting Service account in the Client Status Reporting dialog box.

To specify the Client Status Reporting Service Account

  1. From the Windows Start menu on the client status reporting host system, navigate to Microsoft Configuration Manager 2007 R2 Client Status Reporting, click Configure Client Status Reporting, and then click the Site Settings tab.

    ImportantImportante
    To configure client status reporting, you must open the Client Status Reporting dialog box using a Windows user account with administrator privileges on the client status reporting host system. On Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 computers, right-click Configure Client Status Reporting in the Windows start menu, then click Run as administrator.

  2. Under Client status reporting service account credentials, specify the following values:

    • Use the local system account on this computer. Select this option if you want the Client Status Reporting Service account to use the local system account on the client status reporting host system.

    • Use another account. Select this option if you want the Client Status Reporting Service account to use an account you specify.

    • Account. If you have specified Use another account, specify the name of the account you want to use, by using the domain\userformat.

      ImportantImportante
      The domain and password combination entered can be a maximum length of 38 characters.

    • Password If you have specified an account name, specify the name of the corresponding password in this field.

      ImportantImportante
      If you change the client status reporting service account password, you must update this field to specify the new password.

  3. Click Apply to save these values and to start the client status reporting service if it is not already started.

  4. Click OK to close the Client Status Reporting dialog box.

    noteNota
    The current status of the client status reporting service can be viewed on the Info tab in the Client Status Reporting dialog box.

Consulte Também

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

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