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  1. Provide logging/recording/tracking of what specific clients were removed during the "Delete Inactive Client Discovery Data" maintenance task

    Currently, there doesn't seem to be a way to determine which clients were removed during the "Delete Inactive Client Discovery Data" maintenance task. It reports on the number of inactive clients it removed but not which specific clients it removed.

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  2. Add log file information when opening a log in CMTrace

    It would be great to see a tooltip or option in the cmtrace toolbar to get more details about a log file. For example when opening EPCtrlMgr.log I see a tooltip with the description of the log file "Records information about the syncing of malware threat information from the Endpoint Protection site system role server with the Configuration Manager database."

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  3. Trigger log collection from task sequence either automatically or via client action

    The new option in the console for Client diagnostics - Collect Log files, need to be able to trigger option from the client running a task sequence. The reason for this is when a task sequence logic encounters a error and you want to auto capture the logs, this client action will be key to automating the log captures. Also for Windows 10 Servicing where the machine runs on the Internet and capturing the logs works great over the CMG, but again just want to automate the log capture than rather manually capturing the logs.

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  4. New Components should also be affected by the Archive RegKeys

    Newer Components like

    ​- BusinessAppProcessWorker​
    - SMSCloudConnectionSTSWorker​
    - SMSDataEngine​
    - SMS
    PhasedDeployment​
    - WsfbSyncWorker

    should also be affected by the Archive RegKeys:

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\Tracing\ArchiveEnabled
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\Tracing\ArchivePath

    Currently the old Logfile Versions are saved at <InstallDIR>\Microsoft Configuration Manager\Logs\

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