System Center Configuration Manager SDK Redistributables

Applies to: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)

Specifically,

  • Configuration Manager Client Messaging
  • Configuration Manager Management Point Interface
  • Status MIF Functions Class
  • SMSResGen COM Automation Class

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System Center Configuration Manager SDK Redistributables

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