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Hi,

 

I have SCCM 2007 SP2 installed on Server 2008 R1 with SQL 2008 standard. I have deployed the client using client push to a Windows 7 machine, this works fine, but the machine cannot discover the site. I have done the following so far :_

 

1. Extended AD Schema

2. Created the System Management container and given the server full control.

3. The server has populated the container

 

The client log (locationservices)

 

LSGetSiteVersionFromAD : Failed to retrieve version for the site 'MPC' (0x80004005)

Attempting to retrieve SLPs from AD

Failed to resolve 'SMS_SLP' to IP address from WINS

LSGetSiteVersionFromSLP : Unable to get the list of SLPs

LSVerifySiteVersion: Failed to get Site Version from AD and SLP

 

The annoying thing is I havent got the role Server Locator Point installed as the Management point is published in AD. Any help would be much appreciated as this is now the last stumbling block (hopefully)

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what discovery methods have you setup/configured ? what does your ccm.log say on the client ? what does the mpcontrol.log

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what discovery methods have you setup/configured ? what does your ccm.log say on the client ? what does the mpcontrol.log

 

I have AD System discovery and AD user discovery enabled and heartbeat enabled.

 

The ccmlog has only got one error during installation "---> Unable to connect to WMI ® on remote machine "MPL007566", error = 0x8004100e." ap[art from that the log finishes install. MPlog :-

 

Call to HttpSendRequestSync succeeded for port 80 with status code 200, text: OK

Http test request succeeded.

Successfully performed Device Management Point availability check against local computer.

 

no errors in the last 24 hours. I can ping the server from the client also.

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ok then you'll have to tell me more about your lab/setup then, because something is not configured correctly... have you tried pushing the client again, watching it install in task manager processes (ccmsetup.exe) and then seeing if it lists the site code ?

 

is client push configured like so ?

 

http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/491-how-can-i-configure-sccm-2007-sp1-in-windows-server-2008/

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ok then you'll have to tell me more about your lab/setup then, because something is not configured correctly... have you tried pushing the client again, watching it install in task manager processes (ccmsetup.exe) and then seeing if it lists the site code ?

 

is client push configured like so ?

 

http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/491-how-can-i-configure-sccm-2007-sp1-in-windows-server-2008/

 

To setup SCCM i followed this sites setup on everything. (by the way, great site) I have SCCM 2007 SP2 on Server 2008 with SQL 2008 installed on the same server. Al of the roles are being hosted on this server. I have 4 sites in AD and at the moment this is the only site I want to configure. AD is extended in the domain and has populated the System Management container. The ExtADsc.log file has no errors. The server has local admin rights to the client PC and also the admin account for sccm does. The server has full control of the system management container along with the admin account.

 

nything else you need to know? i can provide screen shots if necessary

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is the firewall on the server ?

 

Nope, the firewall on the server is also switched off, im really stumped here, I really dont want to reinstall SCCM again as ive spent the last week setting it up to deploy and capture the images and load te software.

 

I just uninstalled and reinstalled the client and had a look in the processes in task manager, the process ccmsetup.exe is running but no sign of the sitecode.

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Nope, the firewall on the server is also switched off, im really stumped here, I really dont want to reinstall SCCM again as ive spent the last week setting it up to deploy and capture the images and load te software.

 

I just uninstalled and reinstalled the client and had a look in the processes in task manager, the process ccmsetup.exe is running but no sign of the sitecode.

 

I have just found this error in clientlocation.log

 

Setting Assigned Site

Assigning client to site 'MPC'

Unable to verify the sitecode 'MPC', AD schema is not extended or SLP is not present. Cannot continue site assignment.

 

I have the log file from the extension stating it completed successfully and the server is populating the System Management container fine.

 

HELP!! :(

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I have just found this error in clientlocation.log

 

Setting Assigned Site

Assigning client to site 'MPC'

Unable to verify the sitecode 'MPC', AD schema is not extended or SLP is not present. Cannot continue site assignment.

 

I have the log file from the extension stating it completed successfully and the server is populating the System Management container fine.

 

HELP!! :(

 

I am having the exact same issue with a similar setup.

 

Can you advise if you found a resolution?

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I'm having the same issue. Just installed SCCM 2012, pushed out the client to a windows 7 x64 machine. Client is not getting the site code.

AD schema has not been extended for now. I've manually tried to install the client as well with the following switches:

CCMSetup.exe /mp:SCCM.STK.PACIFIC.EDU /logon SMSSITECODE=STK SMSSLP=sccm.stk.pacific.edu

 

Still getting the error and wasted a whole day trying to troubleshoot it.

 

<![LOG[[CCMHTTP] HTTP ERROR: URL=http://sccm.stk.pacific.edu/sms_slp/slp.dll?site&ad=Stockton&ip=10.9.250.0&ir=10.9.250.183, Port=80, Protocol=http, SSLOptions=224, Code=0, Text=CCM_E_BAD_HTTP_STATUS_CODE]LOG]!><time="15:33:29.665+420" date="09-21-2011" component="LocationServices" context="" type="1" thread="3076" file="ccmhttperror.cpp:320">

<![LOG[Raising event:

instance of CCM_CcmHttp_Status

{

DateTime = "20110921223329.681000+000";

HostName = "sccm.stk.pacific.edu";

HRESULT = "0x8004027e";

ProcessID = 2400;

StatusCode = 404;

ThreadID = 3076;

};

]LOG]!><time="15:33:29.681+420" date="09-21-2011" component="LocationServices" context="" type="1" thread="3076" file="event.cpp:722">

<![LOG[successfully sent location services HTTP failure message.]LOG]!><time="15:33:29.744+420" date="09-21-2011" component="LocationServices" context="" type="1" thread="3076" file="ccmhttperror.cpp:413">

<![LOG[LSGetAssignedSiteFromSLP : No site code returned from SLP]LOG]!><time="15:33:29.744+420" date="09-21-2011" component="LocationServices" context="" type="3" thread="3076" file="lsad.cpp:1759">

 

 

im seeing this error in the locationservices log file.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Just installed SCCM 2012, pushed out the client to a windows 7 x64 machine. Client is not getting the site code.

 

check your boundary group, click on the properties/references tab

select Use this boundary Group for site assignment and select your site, click apply, try again on the client..

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We will not extend the schema because we are still doing a proof of concept for this product and it will be a permanent change.

I didnt have a boundary group setup, did it like you said and still not working.

Any other suggestions?

Any logs you want me to post? Let me know which ones, thanks

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I had SCCM 2007 working just fine. I added the SCCM 2007 dashboard Solution Accelerator from MS, which required installation of Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0 SP2. I installed it on my Central Site Server and being naive about Sharepoint I didn't realize it installs on port 80, which caused my management point site running on port 80 to stop. I had to extend the sharepoint site to a new site using a different port and delete the sharepoint site using port 80. After that I was able to restart the management point site. During the time the management point site was down, the client could be deployed but they would exhibit the same symptoms discussed in this thread...unable to get the SCCM site version. Once the site came back up, everything worked as expected on the client.

 

Moral of the story is, make sure your management point site is working. If your client can't reach it, it can't determine the version. Use the following URL to connect to your primary site server. It should list each management point's name, FQDN, version, and capabilities schema version:

 

http://<site server name>/sms_mp/.sms_aut?mplist

 

Sample Ouput:

 

<
MPList
>

 

<
MP Name
="<Site Server 1>
"
FQDN
="<Site Server 1>.yourdomain.xxx
">

 

<
Version
>
6487
</
Version
>

<
Capabilities
SchemaVersion
="
1.0
" />

</
MP
>

<
MP Name
="<Site Server 2>
"
FQDN
="<Site Server 2>.yourdomain.xxx
">

 

<
Version
>
6487
</
Version
>

<
Capabilities
SchemaVersion
="
1.0
" />

</
MP
>

</
MPList
>

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