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Newly OSD device are not getting detected by SCCM from a specific OU

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HI Everyone,

Hope everyone is doing great and being safe!

Want your help with an issues that i face frequently in the organisation during OSD and hope to have some expert advise on this.

While reimagine a device as bare metal we have this query that once the device gets moved to a OU over domain it becomes the part of some specific collection which helps us to deploy some department wise software on it. But it happened so many that even a device becomes the part of that OU it just doesn’t get populated into into majority of collections.
After checking the OU and domain all seems to be in place and even re joining the domain does not help much in this case.We have even checked the discover method and Delta discovery is designed to run in 15 min we even forced DDR but device won't get detected in that specific OU.

Can someone help with their experience regarding this issue and why this happens and what should be done to eliminate this from happening.
Regards,
Shashi Dubey

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i presume the collection is setup using a query, can you share the query so we can see what you are looking for...

also, have you checked that the computer is actually present in that specific OU prior to ending up in the collection ?

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Dear Sir,

Hope you are doing good :) !

Yes sir the collection is based on a query where the devices are suppose to get populated in a collection which becomes a part of your domain and I have seen a wonderful article published by you on it few years back :).

Sir we are doing everything fine and only the devices of a specific collection are not getting updated in all child collection even though upon checking they all are on domain.Yes all the devices are present in that OU sir.

are we something wrong or missing something?? Hope to have your guidance going further.

Thanks for the time.

Regards,

Shashi Dubey

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