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  1. I figured out what was causing the problem. Apparently at some point in the past, someone had created a GPO that specified the site code and management point. After I changed that it's working fine.
  2. I turned off publishing on the old site and the clients are still trying to use it. Not sure what else to do at this point.
  3. We had an existing SCCM 2012 R2 environment, but something went terribly wrong with it. For various reasons, we decided it would be better to just built an entirely new SCCM environment and migrate the clients, rather than try and fix the existing one. I have the new servers built and all roles installed and working. My problem is that I can't get any of the clients to see the new site. I've tried uninstalling the client and re-deploying, but that doesn't work either. Even though I assign the new site code when re-installing, after looking at the client logs, they're still looking for the old site server. As a test, I edited the registry key on my laptop to point the client to the new site. That worked, but the client still won't communicate with the new server. Again, after looking through my logs, the client is still trying to communicate with the old site server. What am I missing?
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