Configure Throttle Settings for the Fallback Status Point in SCCM 2012

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Nawing1
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Configure Throttle Settings for the Fallback Status Point in SCCM 2012

Post by Nawing1 » 26 Apr 2018 13:18

Configure Throttle Settings for the Fallback Status Point in SCCM 2012

Consider changing one of the following throttling settings:
1.Increase the number of messages
2.Decrease the throttle interval


The default throttle settings for a Configuration Manager 2007 fallback status point are the following:
Number of Messages: 10,000
Throttle interval (in seconds): 3,600



State Messages Sent by the Fallback Status Point
Each computer that successfully installs the Configuration Manager 2007 client sends the following four state messages to the fallback status point:

Client deployment started

Client deployment succeeded

Client assignment started

Client assignment succeeded


For a client deployment up to 20,000 computers, this could result in 80,000 state messages being sent to the fallback status point. Because the default throttling configuration allows 10,000 state messages to be sent to the fallback status point each 3600 seconds (1 hour), state messages might become backlogged on the fallback status point as a result of the throttling configuration.



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