Error in updating the agent time stamp file
Message ID 1104: This message is caused when an SCCM Component crashes unexpectedly.Please verify the crash log to identify the root cause of the failure.Message ID 1016: This message is caused when the Site Component Manager fails to install an SCCM component on site system.Please review previous messages in status viewer to identify the root cause of the problem.Please Verify Site System Connection accounts are properly configured to allow SCCM to administer the site system.Message ID 1098 & 1020: Sites where these messages occurr are having problems with its SCCM Component Service and/or Executive services failing to restart or reinstall.What brought this to our attention was the deployment of updated agents, the name of the LANDesk agent would never update in the console no matter what we tried. if scans are allowed to store locally, how are those scans kept cleaned up on the clients for maintenence purposes?
It reads, SCCM Status Manager received a status message reported by component “Software Distribution” running on computer “Computer Name”, and the time stamp on the message is more recent than the current system time on the site server.
This process interferes with the SCCM accounts created at setup.
SCCM_Site Systemto Site Server Connection_ The messages are related to registry access permissions. Message ID 600: In an SCCM 2007 environment of any size, slow processing of client data files may occur – specifically those from hardware inventory, software inventory, and discovery data records (MIF, NHM, SID, SIC, DDR).
See the Dist for the package information and distribution point causing the errors.
Message ID 2402: This message is most likely being caused by synchronization errors.