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    Machines disappear from SCCM 2012

    Hi, just a quick one.

    Do you know why devices like laptops that have been offline for a period will disapear out of SCCM please?

    On discovery the attached options are not set.

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    Found this:

    http://activedirectory.ncsu.edu/serv...ionobjectcount

    SCCM 2012 System Discovery supports skipping computer objects where the lastlogintimestamp attribute shows that the computer has not logged into the domain in a long time. We will be setting this setting to skip computers that haven’t talked to the domain in over 180 days. This means that old computer objects for computers long gone will not show up.
    Though this doesn't explain why you aren't seeing them judging by that screenshot?
    Last edited by Gatt; 18th January 2013 at 11:25 AM.



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