Custom Logging

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One thing that I do with my deployments is to log everything SCCM installs (on a workstation) into a custom log.  This makes it easy for others to know if something is being installed, did install, when it installed, in what order installed, and if it keeps reinstalling when it shouldn’t be.  So when someone asks “What is SMS doing to my computer?” (which is usually asked when SMS/SCCM is not actually doing anything at all), I can then point them to that custom log file to see the proof.
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