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Need to query cache size of SMS Clients

Posted on 2009-07-02
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We have quite few SMS 2003 clients that have not received the updated cache policy of  2GB.   Is there a VBS script or something built into SMS that will show me cache size per client, fora given collection or system?  
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The cache info is indvidually configurable per client, with a default size you can set during the client installation.

Instead of trying to query the cache size for each client, you would be better off creating a script to set the required cache size, and advertising it to the collection.

As the UI Resource Manager is only available when there is a logon session on the client, make sure that the SMS Program is set to run with Administrative priveleges, and only when a user is logged on.



On Error Resume Next
Set oUIResManager = CreateObject("UIResource.UIResourceMgr")
Set oCache = oUIResManager.GetCacheInfo()
 
oCache.TotalSize = 2048
 
If oCache.TotalSize = 2048 Then
  wscript.quit(0)
Else
  wscript.quit(1)
End If

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