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I need help with Software Updates on SCCM 2012. Client machine has "Downloading (0% complete)" in the Software Center for every update. There are about thirty updates that apply to this client machine. What I have done: Created an Update List Created a Deployment Package with the Updates. Downloaded the Updates and distributed the content to a DP. Content status is success. A Boundary is defined for the client. The Boundary is in a Boundary Group. The Boundary Group is assigned to the DP. The Deployment for the Update List is targeted to a Collection with one machine in it. Updates are available as soon as possible. Updates are mandatory at a future date. Why are the updates all "Downloading (0% complete)" in the Software Center? Am I missing something? Thanks.
I have an admin in one of our remote sites who only has access to his boundary. However, he needs access to several specialized systems in a different location's boundary. I have given him access to the collection I created for those specific PC's, but I imagine the limitation here is the boundary setup. Is there any way around this? I would prefer not to give users at this level any higher access than what I've already customized for remote locations. Thanks,
Hello, we recently sold a division of our company and i have about 100 or so devices that i need to remove from SCCM. Can i remove them by removing the boundary? Or is there a quick way to remove all the devices associated to that Boundary? The boundary is an AD Site. EDIT: I think i answered my own question, But can someone verify that this is a proper procedure? Im going to go into devices, align them by Active Directory Site, and delete any associated to that site, Then I will proceed to remove the boundary as well. Does that sound right? Thanks for any help!