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Experiencing an extremely frustrating problem.

 

ENVIRONMENT:

 

1 Primary Site Server / DP (Main Office)

 

40 DP's (Remote School Locations)

- Hosted on a file server VM

- Contains 3 partitions: C: (System), E: (Data), I: (PKG share)

 

OS: Server 2008 R2 (Primary Site Server and File Servers / DP's)

SCCM Version: SCCM 2012 R2

 

We recently upgrade to SCCM 2012 R2. I have confirmed that this has not caused the problem I am about to describe. The only other change that has occurred recently is that we configured all of our DP's at each of our 40 sites to be pull distribution points. While this seems to be working fine we are now seeing a whole bunch of 0 Byte alpha numeric folders with a 0 Byte amd64 subfolder. These folders seem to attach to the E: drive on all of our File server distribution points....for the life of me I cannot figure out why and this occurred as soon as we switched to pull distribution points. While this does not seem to be having an erroneous effect on our environment, it is annoying and somewhat disconcerting as I have not been able to ascertain what is causing it. Any SCCM admins out their ever encountered this?

 

Thanks

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