What are the different Versions Numbers for Microsoft SQL Server? Over the years Microsoft has released various versions of SQL Server, each with its own version number which are detailed in this FAQ.
How do I install SQL Server 2014 for SCCM Current Branch? In this 30 page guide we walk you through step-by-step how to install Microsoft SQL Server 2014 with SP2 for ConfigMgr Current Branch (CB) / LTSB.
How can I see a list of all SCCM Components installed on a computer without using Configuration Manager Service Manager? Using Configuration Manager Service Manager to see the ConfigMgr components installed on a computer can be a pain. Here’s a … Continued
Does SQL 2014 capture the installation process in a log somewhere? So you’ve just installed SQL Server 2014 but want to check the settings you selected during the setup wizard and if there were any errors. Is there a log … Continued
How can I see a specific Logging setting for a SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager? Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager to check a specific logging setting for a ConfigMgr component can be fiddly. So here’s another way … Continued
Why is the SCCM Site System Role I want to install not listed in the “Add Site System Roles Wizard”? I am trying to install an additional ConfigMgr Site System Role on a server that is already hosting a Site … Continued
Why should I configure Maximum and Minimum Memory settings for SQL? There are very good reasons not to accept the default values for the Minimum and Maximum memory settings for SQL (any version), especially with SCCM.
What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults? There are various logging settings that you can configure for each ConfigMgr component. In this FAQ we describe each setting, it’s default value and the possible … Continued
How can I see the Logging settings for a specific SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager? Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager can be tricky when you want to check the logging settings for a specific ConfigMgr component. So here’s … Continued
How can I see the Logging settings for a SCCM Site? ConfigMgr consists of a lot of components, each generating its own log. Trying to work out what the settings for each are can be a bit tedious, but here’s … Continued