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I had this issue with the first test lab I built, and now I'm having the same issue again with the second lab. Basically, I do not have access to the SMS_<site> folder and subfolders that are automatically created. I believe this affects application and OS deployment. Also, I cannot view logs because of this.


I followed several tutorials (including this one) to install SCCM 2012 and this happens. The account I'm using is a domain admin that is also in the local administrator group on the SCCM server. The only account that can access this folder seems to be the built-in 'Administrator' account (local and domain). This is unacceptable should we deploy SCCM on our production environment.


I've only gotten as far as creating a boundary, a boundary group and discovery methods. I don't see how I can go any further until I have access to this folder. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.



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