System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008

  1. Display names for settings cannot be found. You might be able to resolve this issue by updating the .ADM files used by Group ...
  2. Enrolling your device allows you to connect it to your organization's network resources. The first step is to create an enrollment ...
  3. Enter the access point for remote Gateway management. This access point is accessible from within your corporate network. ...
  4. Enter the database server path and credentials. Note: UIProductName databases must be installed on a server running Microsoft ...
  5. Enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for this server, as entered by a Self Service Portal user. This will be used ...
  6. Error applying patch to file 2]. It has probably been updated by other means, and can no longer be modified by this patch. ...
  7. Failed to add 2 to 3 security group. Make sure that you have Add permissions on the 3 group. Setup will rollback all changes. ...
  8. Failed to remove 2 from 3 security group. Make sure that you have Remove permissions on the 3 group. Setup will rollback ...
  9. Failed to write to operational log due to error %1. Consider changing properties of Mobile VPN Policy Engine operational ...
  10. For more detailed documentation on the actions that the configuration or un-configuration parameters in the Active Directory ...
  11. Gateway %1 did not authenticate the Gateway Central Management service. Make sure that the certificate that is used by this ...
  12. Gateway Central Management service cannot find a valid certificate to authenticate with the Gateways. The service can automatically ...
  13. Gateway Central Management service delivered all outstanding messages to all Gateway Servers. These messages may include ...
  14. Gateway Central Management service did not access one of the Gateway Servers because of an invalid URL %1. Make sure that ...
  15. Gateway Central Management service did not access the database. Make sure that the database is running and can be accessed ...
  16. Gateway Central Management service did not authenticate Gateway %1 . Make sure that the Gateway Server certificate has not ...
  17. Gateway Central Management service did not connect to any Gateway Server. Make sure that all Gateway Servers are running ...
  18. Gateway Central Management service did not connect to Gateway Server %1 . Make sure that the server is running and is reachable ...
  19. Gateway Central Management service did not find a Gateway Server in the database. After you install a new Gateway Server, ...
  20. Gateway Central Management service found no messages to send to the Gateway Servers. A message may include the configuration ...
  21. Gateway Central Management service ignored an invalid messages. An invalid message may include Gateway configuration and ...
  22. Gateway Central Management service received HTTP error code %1 from Gateway Server %2 . This Gateway Server may have rejected ...
  23. Gateway Central Management service shutdown was delayed because of an error. Try again to stop the service. If the service ...
  24. Gateway Central Management service was able to connect but the connection failed when attempting to submit a request. This ...
  25. Group Policy service cannot connect to the domain controller. Device policies cannot be updated until this connection is ...
  26. Group Policy service prefetcher queues are full. The driver is overloaded. Additional device policy requests will be dropped. ...
  27. Group Policy service received an invalid configuration. The database may be corrupted. Check and correct the Group Policy ...
  28. If the required location is not displayed, use the appropriate Mobile Device Manager Shell commands to set the configuration. ...
  29. If this package has software dependencies, you can specify other packages that must be present on the device in order for ...
  30. If this package is signed with a certificate that grants user role privileges, you can specify whether device users can uninstall ...
  31. If this package prohibits users from uninstalling programs, you may want to approve the package for removal before deleting ...
  32. If you are deploying a single Device Management Server, enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for this server. If ...
  33. If you are deploying a single Enrollment Server, enter the internal and external fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for this ...
  34. If you are deploying a single Enrollment Server, enter the internal and external fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for this ...
  35. If you are deploying multiple Enrollment Servers, enter the internal and external fully qualified domain names (FQDN) for ...
  36. If you choose to delete this proxy, it will also stop any other connections that use this proxy from working. Are you sure ...
  37. If you choose to remove this installed certificate, it will remain installed on all device(s). To remove the certificate ...
  38. If you click OK, default values will be used instead and will be saved if you do not change them before hitting Apply or ...
  39. If you close this progress window, the operation will continue in the background, but you will be unable to see its status. ...
  40. If you set the Administration Web site port to 443, it will conflict with the Enrollment Web site. Please specify a different ...
  41. If you set the Device Management Web site port to 443, it will conflict with the Enrollment Web site. Specify a different ...
  42. In order to complete the installation of 2], you must restart the computer. Other users are logged on to this computer, and ...
  43. Installation Directory: "[INSTALLDIR]" Database Server: "[SQL_SRVR]" Database Credentials: "[EnrDBCred]" Certification Authority: ...
  44. Installation Directory: INSTALLDIR Management (Internal): IP Address: VPN_IP Port: VPN_PORT Gateway Authentication Certificate: ...
  45. Invalid Administration Web site port specified. If the port is already in use, either stop the application currently using ...
  46. Invalid configuration received for Remote Wipe service. Correct the Remote Wipe service configuration using Set-WipeConfig. ...
  47. Invalid contents in configuration file: {0}. Please replace with valid configuration file before installing or starting the ...
  48. Invalid Device Management Web site port specified. If the port is already in use, either stop the application currently using ...
  49. Invalid Enrollment Web site port specified. If the port is already in use, either stop the application currently using this ...
  50. Invalid Gateway Server Certification Authority selected. Please select a valid root certificate or verify your certificate ...
  51. Invalid Self Service Portal Web site port specified. If the port is already in use, either stop the application currently ...
  52. Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 3.0 is required to install the ServerName Management Console and the ServerName Software ...
  53. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 with Service Pack 1 (SP1) or higher is required for ServerName databases. http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=88366 ...
  54. Microsoft Update offers security and important updates for Windows and other Microsoft products, including ProductName]. ...
  55. No changes will be made to existing or default GPO security descriptor. Please run the tool as a member of the {0} group ...
  56. No conversion was possible, this is a type converter for simple generic class and the generic can only take one parameter. ...
  57. No events are available. This may be because the client has not yet sent the event or the events have been purged from the ...
  58. No GPO security related changes will be made. Please run the tool as a member of the {0} group to change existing GPO permissions ...
  59. Note: Access settings on the devices may require that the .cab or .cpf file be signed with a certificate that the devices ...
  60. Note: If the user uninstalls the package, it may be re-installed if the server detects that it is missing from the device ...
  61. of the packages you have selected are already approved. If the packages you have selected have an existing approval for a ...
  62. One or more of the files required to restore your computer to its previous state could not be found. Restoration will not ...
  63. Please enter a valid device name. A valid device name is one to 15 characters long, begins with a letter, and contains only ...
  64. Please specify the Certification Authority server with the specified name. Please check the Certification Authority information ...
  65. Product ID: ProductPID Allows management of all aspects of a Mobile Device Manager, including Windows Mobile powered devices ...
  66. Product ID: ProductPID MDM Software Distribution Console allows you to deploy software and driver updates to devices. Copyright ...
  67. Provide an alphanumeric name for this device to be used in tracking and reporting. Indicate the organizational unit (OU) ...
  68. Remote Wipe service did not connect to the Device Management Engine database. Check the database connection and verify the ...
  69. Remote Wipe service did not finish the most recent database poll within %1 minutes. Wipe request status reporting and device ...
  70. Remote Wipe service timed out when it tried to connect to the database. Wipe request status reporting and device enrollment ...
  71. Revoking certificates may prevent the mobile operator from servicing or updating the device and limit or void your support ...
  72. Select the file you want to install on devices, then type the package title to appear on the device. The package description ...
  73. Select the groups to which these {0} devices should belong. If no groups are selected, the devices will be moved to Unassigned ...
  74. Select the groups to which this device should belong. If no groups are selected, the device will be moved to Unassigned Devices. ...
  75. Server certificates are not installed on Enrollment and Enrollment Administration Web sites. Install server certificates ...