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O/S Deployment Thread, SCCM 2012 PC discovery problem in Technical; http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MMS/2013/UD-B304 A boundary group defines the mp and dp for the client. Sccm is used in huge organizations with multiple ...
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    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MMS/2013/UD-B304

    A boundary group defines the mp and dp for the client.

    Sccm is used in huge organizations with multiple sites and subnets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apur32 View Post
    @Gatt SCCM 2007 /2012 guru (sort of)
    Like it....
    Sorry missed this last time! Keep meaning to do my MS exams for 2007 and 2012..
    Just need some kind person to come up with a nice badge for my name here ;-)

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    I have noticed that any new machine which we are building and joining the domain, SCCM is picking them. We currently have 43 machines in SCCM which initially was 38. Our total no is about 500.

    Any thoughts on it?

    I am not sure if I have mentioned that we are using SCCM & SQL version 2012? Is there any issue with SQL 2012?

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    And after half term, I noticed that there are 73 machines in SCCM as we have reimage one ICT Room and all rebuild machines are in SCCM which were not there before.................... Strange problem.................. Any SCCM 2012/SQL Server 2012 Guru can shed some light on it??????

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    Discovery schedule set too long? Initial discovery never took place?

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    Resolveddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd dddddddddddddddd!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! 600 machines in SCCM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you @synaesthesia

    I have disabled the Active directory system discovery option
    Only discover computers that have updated their computer account password in a given period of time ( which was 90 days )

    We have disabled the policy on the domain due a software installed on our network..............................

    Thank you very much to all who suggested different options...........especially @synaesthesia............you are a starrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.................

    Thank you very much......................



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