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  1. Hi, I came by this topic after searching for the actual behaviour of the ADR. Microsoft indeed suggests to create a new deployment group each time when your ADR runs to keep it below the 1000 update limit. What I want to do is to create ADRs per Server OS (2008, 2008 R2, 2012 and 2012 R2) and filter on all Critical, Security and general updates with an additional filter to exclude Itanium. This results in something like 250 to 450 updates depending on the OS. So far so good. But because I want only one package which is updated each cycle, I though of not setting any date requirement, but instead setting Superseded to No to clean up the old updates and only keep the actual updates for that OS in the deployment package. But will this work as I think it works? Will it add the new updates every month and remove superseded update? But will it also keep the current updates? Is this a way to keep the servers up to date with all available updates? Or should I really work with a baseline package that is updated each month and an ADR package that takes the monthly delta? Thanks
  2. Hi, When I try to manually change the affinity of a user. The message "Failed to manage all files in inbox. Will retry on next processing cycle." is written in the colleval.log. The console freezes and the SMS Executive service is unable to be stopped, except by killing the process. Our SQL expert told me that "sp_ProcessPolicyTargetingMap" is blocking the query to delete the item. In the policypv.log I notice: Did not find any settings policy and policy assignments that should be updated. Failed to create 1 settings policy. and CDeviceEnrollmentGenericSCConfig::GenerateDevicePolicyXML: failed to retrieve DTGuid from AppModelname 0 Fyi
  3. Hi, For some reason no updates are processed any longer. It started suddenly. colleval.log is not really giving any clue. Already did a site reset without any luck. Checked permissions for account: OK (full admin role in SCCM). Checked these SQL settings: https://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2709082?wa=wsignin1.0 => OK. SMSAdminUI.log: [1, PID:7400][10/03/2014 13:01:27] :Property: 'Compatible'\r\nSystem.Management.ManagementException\r\nNot found \r\n at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(ManagementStatus errorCode) at System.Management.QualifierData.RefreshQualifierInfo() at System.Management.QualifierDataCollection.get_Item(String qualifierName) at System.Management.ManagementBaseObject.GetQualifierValue(String qualifierName) at Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.ManagementProvider.WqlQueryEngine.WqlResultObjectBase.GetQualifierValue(String qualifierName)\r\nManagementException details: Help wanted.
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