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SCCM Revision History

Hi,

We have an instance where all previous application revision history is missing or someone manually deleted from console (except latest one)

Wanted to know if:

  1. Is there an audit message that tracks who deleted application revisions?

  2. Does revision history references get completely deleted from sccm database upon deletion from console?

  3. Is there an audit message that specifically tracks dependency relationship related changes made to an application object in sccm?

I have checked "Application - All Audit messages" but this does not specifically point DT propery specific changes like dependency modification etc..

Kindly advice.


Thanks!






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Garth answered

The easiest way to locate the status id is to delete one of the revision your self and look at the all status massage query for the message.

It is known that having extra revision on an app will cause headaches, so....

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yannara answered

There is an All Audit Messages query for an user or for an site which is very usefull. By default it keeps data of 6 months. You can filter the view by adding deleted in discription so you will see only what you want. Saved my life many times.

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