In this post, you will learn about the tool which can help you to read the status messages. The status messages are convenient in SCCM troubleshooting scenarios. I’m going to introduce the SCCM status message viewer tool. Are status messages still a thing?
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SCCM evolved much in moderns days, and its client-server communication channel (well, most of it) changed from status messages to state messages at the start of SCCM 2012 version.
But, it still uses status messages on SCCM 1907 technical preview version as well. Next stage of SCCM evolution was the introduction of Fast Channel Notification (BGB – Push notification).
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The latest is the introduction to the SCCM MPE component. It seems this SCCM Message Processing Engine component (MPE) is a high-speed message subscription channel. Another game-changer in fast and real-time communications between site servers like CAS and child primary servers.
SCCM Status Message Viewer Tool
SCCM Support Center OneTrace is the which can help you to read/view SCCM status message. You have to install the MSI from the SCCM primary site server “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\tools\SupportCenter/supportcenterinstaller.msi.
The above mentioned MSI installation will create four shortcuts in the start menu. And launch the shortcut for OneTrace tool is “Support Center OneTrace (Preview).”
The Support Center OneTrace is SCCM status message viewer tool.
NOTE! – I don’t know whether this tool can be used to read state messages from SCCM client and server.
OneTrace to View Status Message
Once Support Center MSI is installed, SCCM Status Message Viewer Tool called OneTrace can be launched from the following application shortcut.
- Launch “Support Center OneTrace (Preview)”
- File – > click on View Status Message
- The new Window opens up. Enter the computer name you want to connect to check SCCM Status Message.
- Click on the “Connect” button to connect to a remote computer and read/view that status message from the remote machine.
4228 - Failed to execute worker "M365ADeploymentPlanWorker" was triggered by regular schedule.
6416 - Failed to execute worker "M365AUploadWorker" was triggered by regular schedule.
3900 - Distribution Manager is beginning to process package "Configuration Manager Client Upgrade Package" (package ID = TP400004).
- SCCM Troubleshooting Tool -Support Center ConfigMgrSupportCenter.exe
- SCCM Support Center OneTrace (Preview)