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    SCCM Management Point

    Hello.

    Just a silly question. I need to install the SCCM client manually. On one of the switches i need to specify a management point. How would i determine this for my server please?

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    If memory serves me right for 2007, its just the FQDN SMSMP=servername.domainname.local

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    If memory serves me right for 2007, its just the FQDN SMSMP=servername.domainname.local
    What he said

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    You can also publish it to DNS / AD if you have extended the schema

    Expand Site Database -> Site Management and opent he properties for your Site (Site-Code - Site Name)
    Ensure "Publish the default management point in DNS (Intranet only)

    Also means you dont have to specify the site code (EG SMSSITECODE=AUTO)

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