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how can I create the System Management Container in Active Directory


Using Adsiedit Create a container in AD, CN=System called System Management by right clicking on CN=System and choose New Object, scroll down to container from the list, click next, give it a value of System Management.




In Active Directory Users and Computers expand the System container, and right click click on System Management


choose delegate control, click next, click add, click object types, add computers, click ok, advanced, find now.


highlight the SCCM servername and click ok.


click OK again, click Next in the Delagation of control Wizard page, choose 'create a custom task to delegate'


click next, make sure 'this folder, existing objects in this folder and creation of new objects in this folder is selected


click next, select the 3 permissions General, Property-Specific and Creation-deletion of specific child objects are selected then place a check mark in FULL CONTROL


and click next then Finish.


Failure to do the above will mean that the System Management Container in AD will NOT POPULATE with SCCM specific info and you will see many errors in SCCM site status


Once the permissions are granted correctly, it will look like this




done !

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I have  question about this. SCCM was set up in our college by a previous company that supported the college. As it wasn't working as it should do we took out the server that had SCCM installed and we are going to set up SCCM from scratch. As SCCM was set up before, the System Management container already exists and has the boundary range and site names in there.

Is it just a case of deleting the System Management container and re-creating it or is it easier to leave the container there, delete the boundary points and other objects that are in the System management container and then just do the delegate control step to add the new SCCM server in? 

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if it's already created then leave it there, it's safe to delete the contents inside as the they will get repopulated (if everything is working correctly)

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