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SCCM 2007 client package question

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Good Morning All

i am trying to create a query to make sure the package has downloaded to the local machine. The Advertisement window tells me that the received the advertisement itself but doesnt tell me if the package has been downloaded. Any help would be greatful.
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goto c:\windows\system32\ccmcache on client and checkcontents.


Also check these with trace32: FileBITS.log,DataTransferService.log and ContentTransferManager.log

Copy pasting from  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb892800.aspx

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Log File Name       Description

CAS.log
      

Content Access service. Maintains the local package cache.

CcmExec.log
      

Records activities of the client and the SMS Agent Host service.

CertificateMaintenance.log
      

Maintains certificates for Active Directory directory service and management points.

ClientIDManagerStartup.log
      

Creates and maintains the client GUID.

ClientLocation.log
      

Site assignment tasks.

ContentTransferManager.log
      

Schedules the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) or the Server Message Block (SMB) to download or to access SMS packages.

DataTransferService.log
      

Records all BITS communication for policy or package access.

Execmgr.log
      

Records advertisements that run.

FileBITS.log
      

Records all SMB package access tasks.

Fsinvprovider.log (renamed to FileSystemFile.log in all SMS 2003 Service Packs)
      

Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider for software inventory and file collection.

InventoryAgent.log
      

Creates discovery data records (DDRs) and hardware and software inventory records.

LocationServices.log
      

Finds management points and distribution points.

Mifprovider.log
      

The WMI provider for .MIF files.

Mtrmgr.log
      

Monitors all software metering processes.

PolicyAgent.log
      

Requests policies by using the Data Transfer service.

PolicyAgentProvider.log
      

Records policy changes.

PolicyEvaluator.log
      

Records new policy settings.

RemoteControl.log
      

Logs when the remote control component (WUSER32) starts.

Scheduler.log
      

Records schedule tasks for all client operations.

Smscliui.log
      

Records usage of the Systems Management tool in Control Panel.

StatusAgent.log
      

Logs status messages that are created by the client components.

SWMTRReportGen.log
      

Generates a usage data report that is collected by the metering agent. (This data is logged in Mtrmgr.log.)
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