When we upgraded to SCCM SP2 and installed the console on the desktop engineers workstations to import computers for a bare metal build we have found the following: If you have Latest posts by Joseph Moody (see all) What’s new in Active Directory for Windows Server 2016 - Thu, Aug 25 2016 Managing inactive and obsolete clients in SCCM Current Branch (16XX You won't be able to vote or comment. 123Where is my manually added machine (self.SCCM)submitted 1 year ago by sccmjdClick on Devices. The Setup Windows and the ConfigMgr task normally handle the installation, so an unaltered task sequence would work fine. this contact form
I go through the wizard and it all appears OK but then nothing happens. Well, it probably is if we are talking only about a GUI. then let it do a search for everything. Tuesday, August 17, 2010 7:39 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Guys, I know its bad form to post on a closed topic, but I dont think
Are you using query based or direct membership rule? We can really think of MDT as a pulling deployment solution. I'd rather not have to run the import, get the "Sucess" message, then find the computer that caused the process to stop/fail, remove from the list, then re-run the import over Anything there?
http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rhouchins/archive/2008/04/09/sccm-right-click-tools.aspxSometimes I can add a computer system to a collection without having to wait on SCCM to update iteslf, which takes entirely too long IMHO. Marked as answer by Jie-Feng Ren Tuesday, November 10, 2009 11:07 AM Tuesday, November 03, 2009 9:34 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 0 Sign in to vote Did you That gives me Import Computer Information on the ribbon. This may force the issue, although I suspect it won't help, but it is a good set of tools to have anyway.
Unable to deploy os for agent installed machines even after deleted the machine name from sccm console.2. Create an include rule on both the AllWorkstation and All Server Tier 2 collections for the All OSD collection. I've left it as the default "All Systems Collection" and have tried pointing it at my device collections.... Navigate to Administration/Site Configuration/Servers and Site System Roles in the Configuration Manager console.
Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website RSS feed for this post (comments) TrackBack URI Hi! https://www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/3ly07c/where_is_my_manually_added_machine/ You might think why do you have to add PC in order to image them. Sccm 2012 Add Computer To Collection When the customer uses "Import Computer Object" feature to stage new devices for OSD. I do recall this being a similar bug a few years back when using the Import tools in the SMS ToolKit (I think provided by SysInternals) as a Third Party App.
Sweet icons by famfamfam. weblink I thought that my script was providing the parameter CollectionName wrong, so I changed it to:
[string]$CollectionName = "All Windows Server 2012" Import-CMComputerInformation -ComputerName "TEST01" -MacAddress 00:00:00:00:00:00 -CollectionName $CollectionName Even this way Where things went off the tracks for me was that my test collection was limited to that Windows 7 custom collection. That collection was, for the record, built using a query Is there something wrong with my SCCM farm?
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? CancelConfigMgr ConfigMgr 2012 R2 ConfigMgr 2012 ConfigMgr 2007 Application Management Hydration Install a ConfigMgr hierarchy Operating System Deployment Reporting Software Updates PowerShell GitHub Repository Script Repository EMS Apps Intune The problem i have is i don't want people logging onto the server to do this, I have given them complete permissons (ticked all the options) under security but it still navigate here This is even true with SCCM/MDT integration.
So, what happened? Log in Sign up! SCCM, for the most part, is a push deployment solution.
Thanks. My problem now is that I cannot add new computers via Computer Association. Welcome to IT Blog!Thanks for dropping by! This content is currently hidden from public view.
Sign up today to participate, stay informed, earn points and establish a reputation for yourself! Thread Tools Search Thread Advanced Search 1st March 2010,09:29 AM #1 Ric_ Join Date Jun 2005 Location Boston, MA Posts 7,649 Thank Post 114 Thanked 805 Times in 621 Posts Each time I try to import the CSV file using the Import-CMComputerInformation cmdlet, I get an error saying that the MAC address I provide isn't a correctly formatted GUID. his comment is here You don't have to update the collection membership in that case, because "import computer information" creates a direct membership rule.
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The Import wizard says it has imported successfully the log says its been imported successfully but it is not in the collection , I've looked through all the other collections (