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Hi, the build in report "User device affinity associations per collection" doesn´t list the "OSD Defined" relationships. We are using powershell to import computers and set the UDA relationship with the following command: Invoke-WmiMethod -Namespace root/SMS/site_$($SiteCode) -Class SMS_UserMachineRelationship -Name CreateRelationship -ArgumentList @($WksResourceID, 6, 1, $User) -ComputerName $SiteServer The console shows the relationship and software deployment works well. If we change the parameter "source" from "6" (OSD Defined) to "2" (Administrator Defined) the report lists the relationship correctly. Any ideas? Best regards
On some of the SCCM device objects, the System OU Name property shows up as a full path, yet on other objects they show up as just the OU name. These objects are in the same OU and both getting discovered by the AD System Discovery, AD Group Discovery, MP Client Registration, and Heartbeat. It seems as if when you install the client, they will always show the full path, however when the AD System Discovery runs, it removes the full path for some. How can I make the full paths always show up (for collection query purposes)?