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Changing Boundaries Questions

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I am having an issue with our client push. When I push the client to our machine it installs fine but it gets a incompatiable version and will not automatically assign the site code. I can manually set the site code as a local admin and it works fine.

 

I am thinking this may be a problem with the way I have the boundaries set up in SCCM. My question is, if I change the boundaries or boundary groups in SCCM will I need to extend AD again? Or does the changes automaitcally get replicated to AD?

 

Thanks!

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AD just tells the clients where to find the SCCM server, the Boundry groups are what tells the client where they are assigned. You should be safe to change the Boundries/Groups.

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correct, assuming of course that the Configuration Manager site server has appropriate permissions to write to the System Management container in AD

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Thanks for all the information. Has anyone seen this before... I can set the site manually under the local admin account, but I cannot set the site code under my domain account (which is added as an administrator locally). I get an error in the locationservices log stating an incompatabile site version was found from AD and it cannot set the site. We did a clean install of SCCM 2012 and there are no GPOs set to point to an old sccm setup.

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