Using Configuration Manager Service Manager

Applies To: 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

You use Service Manager to control Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 services. In Service Manager, you can view the status of any Configuration Manager 2007 services or threads (referred to collectively as Configuration Manager 2007 components) that are running on any site system. Components are managed the same way you manage services in Windows; you can start, stop, pause, resume, or query Configuration Manager 2007 components.

Services run as soon as there is something for them to do (typically, when a configuration file is written to a component's inbox).

In This Section

About ConfigMgr Service Manager Actions

About Configuration Manager Components

Connect to Site Dialog Box

How to Clear All Status Values

How to Connect to a Site

How to Disconnect a Site

How to Open ConfigMgr Service Manager

How to Select All Components

How to Enable Logging for a Component

How to Pause a Component

How to Query a Component

How to Resume a Component

How to Start a Component

How to Stop a Component

See Also

Tasks

How to Open ConfigMgr Service Manager
How to Disconnect a Site
How to Select All Components
How to Query a Component
How to Stop a Component
How to Start a Component
How to Pause a Component
How to Resume a Component
How to Enable Logging for a Component

Concepts

How to Connect to a Site
How to Clear All Status Values
About ConfigMgr Service Manager Actions

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