Is it possible to use SCCM or any component of MSSC to report on specific settings of a .NET configuration within an application/site object's app.config hosed in IIS? If so, what are the highlevel components and methods that would be used? For
an example, can I define that impersonation=false is my basline for all IIS applications and SCCM identify applications where it is set to true - AKA not in compliance with my baseline/standard?
I'm having a hard time finding documentation on this level of functionality of configuration manager or any component of system center if it exists. Audit would tell me of changes, but not of mis-alignments to my .NET configuration standards. I am finding a lot on how to deploy and configure SCCM, or monitor the health of a .NET application, neither are what I'm after.
I need to operationalize testing of if IIS .NET applications are in compliance of a predefined .NET/IIS configuration standard. Or, if I need to defer to remote managment and scripting (not prefered).
Thanks for all input!