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  1. 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!
  2. Good Morning All, I am no wizard with SQL or even SCCM reporting, I have dabbled but that's about it... I am looking for a report which will tell me which applications, and which programs do not have any deployments? Can anyone help? Thanks John Rickard
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