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John
2013-03-28
2013-05-23
  • John
    John
    2013-03-28

    I manage several hundred XP and Windows 7 PCs and this is a great tool. I am running into a small number of PCs that show no approved patches (table goes blank). The "show all patches" table looks fine. I have tried everything from completely removing and re-installing the client, running WMI repairs, hard resetting the policy, but nothing seems to work. The SCCM server guys say there is nothing wrong on their end. Does anyone out there have any helpful suggestions?

     
  • skissinger
    skissinger
    2013-03-28

    When I have that, it's always simply that particular client does not deserve a Deployment Management.
    Confirm that client is in a collection which deserves a deployment.

     
  • John
    John
    2013-04-08

    skissinger - THANKS!  For some reason the problem PCs were not a part of the collection they needed to be.  The collection membership is based on an AD OU query.  I am not sure why it was not picking up all the PCs in the OU, but now I have a work-around until I figure the 2nd part out.  THANKS again!!