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ControlPoint 8.9 - Administration Guide

Preface Configuring the Environment in Which ControlPoint Will Run The ControlPoint Configuration Site Managing Your Farm List Managing Your ControlPoint License Granting ControlPoint Access to Web Applications and Content Databases Using Discovery to Collect Information for the ControlPoint Database Cache Using Sensitive Content Manager Services Managing ControlPoint Configuration and Permissions Preparing Your Environment for Using ControlPoint Sentinel Modifying ControlPoint Configuration Settings
Changing Default Settings for Actions and Analyses Changing Default Settings to Improve Application Performance Audit Log Configuration Settings Changing Settings for Anomalous Activity Detection Restricting Functionality for Members of the Business Administrators Group Changing Default Settings for ControlPoint User Groups Changing Settings to Improve Discovery Performance Changing Settings to Accommodate Special Environmental Factors Changing Default Settings for Navigation Changing Default Settings for Compliance Managing Site Provisioning Settings Specifying Global Settings for ControlPoint Policies Setting Preferences for the ControlPoint Scheduler Miscellaneous and Custom Configuration Settings Special-Purpose Configuration Settings
Changing Trace Switch Logging Levels Archiving SharePoint Audit Log Data Troubleshooting
ControlPoint Log Files Troubleshooting Configuration Errors Troubleshooting the ControlPoint Application Interface Troubleshooting Discovery Troubleshooting SharePoint Users and Permissions Troubleshooting Site Provisioning Troubleshooting ControlPoint Operations

Content Creation Policy url (POLICYSERVICEURL)

When a ControlPoint policy is created that uses a content creation rule, a custom Web service must be set up which runs whenever content is added to a site within the scope of the policy.  For example, you may want to be notified whenever a document is posted that contains "flagged" content.

If such a policy is to be implemented, the full service url to the location of the Web service must be the Value for the ControlPoint Configuration Setting Content Creation Policy url.


NOTE:  In order to simulate the environment in which it will be used, it is recommended that the functionality be tested on the Web front-end server on which ControlPoint is installed while logged in as the ControlPoint Service account.


Setting Preferences for the ControlPoint Scheduler

These configuration settings display in the ControlPoint Settings list under the category ControlPoint Scheduler.

Maximum Number of Scheduled Jobs to Submit at One Time (MAXSUBMIT)

By default, up to five scheduled jobs can run at any one time.  For example, if three scheduled jobs are running at the time the ControlPoint scheduler task next checks the queue for pending jobs, an additional two jobs will be submitted.  

ControlPoint Application Administrators can change this number by updating the Value of the ControlPoint Setting Maximum Number of Scheduled Jobs to Submit at One Time.

For example:

·You may want to increase this number if jobs are generally scheduled to run when system usage is low, to allow more of them to run concurrently.

·You may want to decrease this number if interactive performance of your farm is being affected by the processing of scheduled jobs.

Config Setting MAXSUBMIT

This setting can be used in conjunction with Number of Minutes Scheduler Will Wait Before Next Group of Jobs (OVERIDESCHEDULETIMERMINUTES) to fine-tune the behavior of the ControlPoint scheduler.

Number of Minutes Scheduler Will Wait Before Next Group of Jobs (OVERIDESCHEDULETIMERMINUTES)

The SharePoint timer service prompts the ControlPoint scheduler task to run every 10 minutes.  By default, it checks for and initiates the running of scheduled jobs during every "wake-up."

The ControlPoint Application Administrator can, however, have jobs run less frequently by increasing the Value of the ControlPoint Setting Number of Minutes Scheduler Will Wait Before Next Group of Jobs by increments of 10.

NOTE:  Ten minutes is the minimum value that can be specified, as that is the interval at which the SharePoint timer task actually runs.  


When this setting has been increased, the following message will display in the Schedule Details section of the scheduler interface:

The ControlPoint scheduler is currently set to submit jobs that are due for processing every XX minutes.

This setting can be used in conjunction with Maximum Number of Scheduled Jobs to Submit at One Time to fine-tune the performance of the ControlPoint scheduler.

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