I am working on a sql server that is a Central Management Server and has one local server group within the database engine. On that local server group instance I've noticed that there are tables that have been created (not temp tables, actual tables) on the model and tempdb due to the Microsoft Assessment and Planning processes. Generally speaking those tables (ex: AllDevices_Assessment.CategorizedDevices, AzureMigration_Assesssment.AppConfig - these are MAP created tables and there are well over 200) shoud not exist in the model or tempdb, correct? Is there a reason they would need to be in both model and tempdb? Just doesn't seem like a best practice, but I don't know enough about MAP to really know for sure.