System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008

  1. The Mobile Device Manager Software Distribution console was unable to connect to the WSUS Server via the remote API. Verify ...
  2. The Mobile Device Manager Software Distribution console was unable to find the selected object. This may be because the object ...
  3. The package file cannot be modified. You can change the package title or description. The package description will be displayed ...
  4. The proxy address is not formatted properly. The address can include no more than one ':' and the port value after the ':' ...
  5. The requested search root '{0}' is not in the current default scope '{1}'. Cannot perform searches outside the current default ...
  6. The requested search root '{0}' is not in the current session scope '{1}'. Cannot perform searches outside the current session ...
  7. The revision has not changed in any way. (Please note: Some changes are not tracked, such as; Permit Uninstall and Device ...
  8. The Self Service Portal uses a Certification Authority to request server certificates during the setup process. Note: If ...
  9. The Server Administrators group is the Universal Security Group whose user members have {0} Server Administrator privileges. ...
  10. The ServerName Active Directory (AD) Configuration Tool must be run prior to installing UIProductName]. \line\line http: ...
  11. The ServerName requires Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 2 or higher.\line\line http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=88372 ...
  12. The ServerName requires the Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0. \line\line x64 version: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=88354 ...
  13. The Setup Wizard allows you to change the way UIProductNameFull features are installed or to uninstall UIProductName features. ...
  14. The Setup Wizard will complete the installation of UIProductName]. Click Install to continue or Cancel to exit the Setup ...
  15. The source installation package for the product 2 is out of sync with the client package. Try the installation again using ...
  16. The TCP/IP port ADMINWEB_SSL_PORT is in use by another application. The Administration Web site requires the TCP/IP port ...
  17. The TCP/IP port DMWEB_SSL_PORT is in use by another application. The Device Management Server requires the TCP/IP port DMWEB_SSL_PORT ...
  18. The TCP/IP port ENWebSSLPort is in use by another application. The Enrollment Server requires the TCP/IP port ENWebSSLPort ...
  19. The UIProductName Enrollment Service Account is used to enroll devices and manage device accounts. Select the type of account ...
  20. The UIProductName installation requires that '[LogonUser]' belong to the ServerName Administrators security group ([InstanceAdminGroup]). ...
  21. The UIProductName Server uses the Gateway Authentication Certificate and the Certification Authority for secure device management ...
  22. The Windows Installer service cannot update one or more protected Windows files. {SFP Error: 2]. List of protected files: ...
  23. The Windows Installer service cannot update the protected Windows file 2]. {Package version: 3], OS Protected version: 4], ...
  24. The Windows Installer service cannot update the system file 2 because the file is protected by Windows. You may need to update ...
  25. The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in safe mode, or if the Windows ...
  26. The Windows Server Update Services Console 3.0 is required to install the ServerName Software Distribution Console.\line\line ...
  27. The wipe configuration retrieved from the database was invalid. Invalid configuration items will be replaced with default ...
  28. The WSUS server is unable to find a file. This is sometimes caused when IIS is unable generate temporary files needed by ...
  29. The {0} operator is not supported with the 'Not' operator for non-enum types. Only the 'Contains' operator is supported. ...
  30. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A DLL required for this install to complete could not be run. Contact ...
  31. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program required for this install to complete could not be run. ...
  32. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Contact ...
  33. There is a problem with this Windows Installer package. A script required for this install to complete could not be run. ...
  34. There is no disk in drive 2]. Please insert one and click Retry, or click Cancel to go back to the previously selected volume. ...
  35. There is no disk in drive 2]. Please insert one and click Retry, or click Cancel to return to the browse dialog and select ...
  36. There is not enough disk space on the volume '[2]' to continue the install with recovery enabled. 3 KB are required, but ...
  37. There was an error creating a temporary file that is needed to complete this installation.{ Folder: 3]. System error code: ...
  38. This command will retrieve the device history for {0} devices. This may cause a large amount of information to be returned. ...
  39. This command will retrieve the device inventory for {0} devices. This may cause a large amount of information to be returned. ...
  40. This feature frees up 1 on your hard drive. It has 2 of 3 subfeatures selected. The subfeatures free up 4 on your hard drive. ...
  41. This feature frees up 1 on your hard drive. It has 2 of 3 subfeatures selected. The subfeatures require 4 on your hard drive. ...
  42. This feature requires 1 on your hard drive. It has 2 of 3 subfeatures selected. The subfeatures free up 4 on your hard drive. ...
  43. This feature requires 1 on your hard drive. It has 2 of 3 subfeatures selected. The subfeatures require 4 on your hard drive. ...
  44. This parameter configures the default group policy object security descriptor for {0} use. Run this parameter after /domain, ...
  45. This parameter creates the {0} certificate templates in Active Directory. Run this parameter after /domain, and only once ...
  46. This parameter creates universal groups, service connection points, organizational units, and domain containers for {0} installation. ...
  47. This parameter enables the {0} certificate templates on the specified Certification Authority. Run this parameter after the ...
  48. This parameter grants the minimum required permissions to all existing Group Policy Objects (GPOs) in the specified domain. ...
  49. This parameter grants the minimum required permissions to the specified Group Policy Object (GPO) in the specified domain. ...
  50. This parameter is only allowed with the /unconfig parameter. This parameter instructs the tool to forcibly perform the undo ...
  51. This policy setting allows you to block in-ROM applications so that the user cannot run them. If you enable this policy, ...
  52. This policy setting allows you to block the Exchange ActiveSync Direct Push feature while roaming. Enabling this setting ...
  53. This policy setting allows you to block the user from resetting their device lock authentication (PIN or password) using ...
  54. This policy setting allows you to configure the code word that the user must enter after a number of incorrect device lock ...
  55. This policy setting allows you to configure the device lock (PIN or password) expiration timeframe. After the password expires ...
  56. This policy setting allows you to configure the level of user control for the Windows Update for Windows Mobile service. ...
  57. This policy setting allows you to configure the number of incorrect password attempts to accept before the device wipes all ...
  58. This policy setting allows you to control the format in which email messages are synchronized. This policy is typically used ...
  59. This policy setting allows you to control the size of attachments that may be downloaded automatically with e-mail messages. ...
  60. This policy setting allows you to control the size of each message synchronized to the device. On the device, the user can ...
  61. This policy setting allows you to define if the user can turn off the Mobile VPN on Windows Mobile powered devices. If you ...
  62. This policy setting allows you to define the maximum time interval that the user can set for scheduling Exchange ActiveSync ...
  63. This policy setting allows you to define the maximum time interval that the user can set for scheduling Exchange ActiveSync ...
  64. This policy setting allows you to determine whether software certificates can be used to sign outgoing messages. You can ...
  65. This policy setting allows you to enable the encryption of removable media and disable the user's ability to change this ...
  66. This policy setting allows you to enable the encryption of removable media and disable the user's ability to change this ...
  67. This policy setting allows you to help the user automatically establish an Exchange partnership by specifying the Exchange ...
  68. This policy setting allows you to limit the amount of calendar history that is synchronized with the device. On the device, ...
  69. This policy setting allows you to limit the amount of e-mail history that is synchronized with the device. On the device, ...
  70. This policy setting allows you to prevent the user from synchronizing e-mail, contact, calendar, and task items with a desktop ...
  71. This policy setting allows you to prevent users from resetting their password to one of their previously set passwords. This ...
  72. This policy setting allows you to remove all Certificates in the Privileged certificate store. The certificates in the Privileged ...
  73. This policy setting allows you to remove all certificates in the Software Publishing Certificate (SPC) store. The certificates ...
  74. This policy setting allows you to remove all Intermediate store certificates. The certificates in the Intermediate certificate ...
  75. This policy setting allows you to remove all Normal certificates. The Normal certificates control application execution for ...