Upgrading Distribution Points from SCCM 2007 to ConfigMgr 2012 Error, 0x800706BA!

Recently during an implementation for an upgrade from SCCM 2007 to ConfigMgr 2012 I found that some Distribution Points (DPs) that I was attempting to upgrade were not finalizing on their upgrade. I checked out the Distmgr.log and started seeing the below error as follows: CWmi::Connect() failed to connect to \\<<DPSERVERNAME>>\root\SCCMDP. Error = 0x800706BA First off, one of the things...

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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Virtual Log Files and impact on ConfigMgr performance

  VLF (Virtual Log Files) can have a negative effect on database performance. Too many VLFs will slow down the startup, shutdown and read/write performance of any database. VLFs are created when a transaction log file is allowed to auto-grow. While auto-growth will likely be enabled per database, the transaction log file should already be […]

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