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Hey Guys / Niall - I recently built a new SCCM environment with 4 Secondary servers for an upcoming domain migration and have just about finished it. When looking in the console under "Active Directory Forests", I see that under "Publishing Status" it says "Insufficient Access Rights." The permissions for the "Systems Management" container seem correct. Looking within it, I see that it has created objects for the Primary + 2 of the 3 Secondary sites - but that's it. Below you can see the contents of the Systems Management container currently. AH1 is the Primary site with ABQ & TU
Hi, I need your advice about migrated sccm2007 AD entries(SMS-MP-SiteCode-SiteServerName, SMS-SLP-SiteCode-SiteServerName and sccm2007 sitecode) that still exists in system management container, sccm 2012 client installation on some machines failing because they are still contacting with old sccm2007 MP and assigned to sccm2007 site code "Name: 'MP.x.x.x.com' HTTPS: 'N' ForestTrust: 'N' LocationServices 4/25/2016 1:38:12 PM 3780 (0x0EC4)" log file attached. we are using GPO for site assignment. please help to answer following Qs: - is deleting migrated sccm2007 AD entries from system manag
Hi, I have 1 site thats running SCCM 2007 with IP ranged boundaries and a site with SCCM 2012 running on same IP ranged boundaries. The problem is that the SCCM 2012 site automatically creates boundary groups and boundaries of the old SCCM, pointing the clients to the wrong distribution points. Is there any fix for this, to avoid clients being pointed to the wrong DPs. I have tried setting deny read in AD, on the System Management container, for both SCCM server objects, but they are still created.
Hello Thanks for reading my post To start with some basic info about my VM test lab Part one – My Lab I have two Windows 2012 Servers: Main DC called – NEW-DC01-W12 – Running DHCP – IP address 10.0.0.1 SCCM Server called – NEW-SCCM-W12 10.0.0.1 On my DC I made a container called System Management and give the SCCM server (NEW-SCCM-W12$) and my SCCM admin (SCCMADMIN) account full Control permissions to the System Management container and all its child objects. Not sure where the $ came from but it adds it when I enter my SCCM server name. I used http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/li