Enable DebugLogging and Verbose logging on sccm clients

I’m working with SCCM and needed to troubleshoot some client items with task sequences.


Enabling Debug and Verbose Logging


To enable debug logging after installation, create the following registry key:
HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftCCMLoggingdebuglogging


To enable verbose logging after installation, change the following value to 0.  You will need to right click on the @Global key and change permissions to allow the current user to change the data in the key.
HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftCCMLogging@GlobalLoglevel


64 bit boxes
—————-
HKLMSoftwareWow6432NodeMicrosoftCCM .


32 bit boxes
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HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftCCM


Reference links


Webfarm and IIS configuration tips/tricks

I was recently talking with some good friends about tips for performance and what an IIS Administrator could do on the server side.  I also see this question from time to time in the forums @ http://forums.iis.net.    Of course, you should test individual settings in a controlled environment while performing load testing before just implementing on your production farm. 



Additionally, some basic counters in for measuring applications is: I would recommend checking out the Chapter 17 in IIS 7 Resource kit. it was one of the chapters I authored. 🙂




  • Concurrent Connections, 


  • Request Per / Sec,


  • Request Queued. 

I strongly suggest testing one change at a time to see how it helps improve your performance.  Hopefully this post provides a few options to review in your environment.  


Cheers,


Steve Schofield
Windows Server MVP – IIS
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