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I am trying to build a collection based on the Last Online time (within an arbitrary number of days). I know typically this is done using the Heartbeat, ClientActivity, or Hardware scan property. but I would like to see all machines, to identify which machines may not have the client installed. I cant for the life of me find where the column in the collections view populates from. I have the queries to filter out machines based on Last Hardware Scan shown below. I am looking for something very similar, but as I said, i cant find the property for "Last Online Time"
I am in need of help here. We have recently discovered that all of our client are showing as inactive since 7/10/2020. The only thing we had back then was the certificate authority renewal of certificates for all computers. we have renew all certificates on all the computers and servers but no luck on sccm. I have updated the certificate inside the distribution point with the new certificate and still showing inactive on all clients/servers. I have tried switching between HTTP and HTTPS as well in the distribution point under administration > server and site roles and nothing. Rebooted the
Hi, We have around 500 machines deployed across multiple sites which we have noticed that around 60% of these are now showing inactive. As a comparison, I have found 2 machines, one active, one inactive, both from the same site in the same boundary, to try and figure out why they may be inactive. I Have attached multiple logs for both machines, does anyone have any insight into what may be causing this? We are currently running on 2012 R2 SP1. server 2012 R2 Any other suggestions on where to begin to look or if there are any other server/client logs to go through, would be grea
Hi All, Hopefully someone can help me with this. We have a few hundred clients all deployed through SCCM 2012 successfully, however we currently have a problem on 50% of PC's where they are showing in the Configmgr console as inactive. On further investigation loading the Configmgr control panel app shows that the client certificate is set to none. This is NOT happening on ALL PC's, we can have two PC's sat next to each other on the same subnet and one will have Client Cert :self signed and the other will say Client Cert : None. We only use HTTP currently hence the self sig