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  1. Hello, I am currently seeing a limitation of SCCM 2007 with the number of IP’s assigned to a server. The number seems to be around 1,500 addresses. Can anyone else validate this or know of a way to work around this? SCCM see’s the servers; it just spends so much time in WMI getting all of the IP info and then dies before it can send the data back to the Parent SCCM Server. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Regards, Yarrokon
  2. A few questions on maintenance windows for SCCM 2007 collections. I have created a Parent collection that finds all of the servers I need to work with. I then have created child collections that feed off of the parent and split them based on other selections like so. Servers I Manage - (Parent) Domain Controllers - (Child)Windows 2008 - (Child)Windows 2003 - (Child)SQL Servers - (Child)Misc Servers - (Child) Now, if I set a maintenance window on the Parent Collection (Servers I Manager) and then deploy a package or update to the Child Collection (Windows 2008). The server that resides in both collections should not see the maintenance window from the parent collection as I am deploying to the child which has no maintenance window. I have read that "Maintenance windows are not inherited by subcollections." and the above would be true as there is no inheritance, but I've seen some discussion in that because the server itself resides in both collections, it will take the maintenance window from the Parent (Servers I Manage). Is this True? Thank you for any and all of your thoughts Regards, Yarrokon
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