Tags Administrative Model Collections Configuration Manager OSD Comments (0) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Follow UsShare This PostShareShareShareShareShareSearch Search this blog Search all blogs TagsConfiguration Manager PowerShell Troubleshooting Collections In my previous post we saw the steps to capture a reference operating system (Windows 7) using SCCM 2012 R2. Resources: MyITForum SCCM07 Board SCCM Guru Webcast Archive TechNet SCCM Forum SCCM 2012 Survival Guide (MS-Official) SCCM Professionals LinkedIn Group /r/sysadmin Listing of Local ConfigMgr-related User Groups Chat Groups ConfigMgr Slack Now you only need to add computer to the collection as described in: How to add a computer to collection for OSD […] Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. this contact form
November 13th, 2009 1:28am Take a look at the site status andcheck forerrors. For the last five years, as a System Administrator I have been working on Lync, SCCM, Vmware, VDI, Exchange, Windows Servers etc. Prajwal DesaiHave you configured the Network Access Account ? This content is currently hidden from public view. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/cmpfekevin/2013/11/21/import-computer-does-not-show-up-in-collection/
Now when I try again on my physical machine it I get "No Task Sequences available". I expected to see a computer object later. 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 (
Now the computer does not show up in that collection, but it does show up in All Systems collection. Anyone have an idea? In this example we will be using an user account named sccmadmin which is a member of Domain Admins group. So maybe they don't appear in the collection until the real machine is on and make some kind of connection?
Any ideas? Sccm 2012 Device Collection Membership Not Updating Advanced MDT task sequence (optional)I will have a separate post regarding to 16 and 17 Copyright© 2016 RickyGao Pty Ltd ExchangeExchange 2010Exchange 2013Exchange 2016LyncSystem CenterSCCMSCCM TroubleshootingSCOMCloudAzureIntunePowerShellWindowsWindows ServerWindows Server 2016Windows Server 2012 all the computers have Win XP right now. https://thesystemsmonkey.wordpress.com/2015/01/27/learn-from-my-mistakes-sccm-2012-importing-computers-and-limiting-collections/ We will be creating a device collection first and then we will import the computer information to this device collection.
Since we will be creating a collection without defining any rule, the wizard prompts that the collection will not contain any members until we define a membership rule. Powered by vBulletin Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. we cant go to every pc and enter F12 key !!!!!4. BarHi,This is nice tutorial.
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]sccmjd[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I'm thinking this is just freaking slow. Several functions may not work. Sccm 2012 Add Computer To Collection Click Next.You can choose to add this computer to the domain or join a workgroup. Thanks, Peer Reply Adrian January 20th, 2009 on 16:05 Hi Yavor, I'm also look to use the same method to allow remote admins the ability to add new computers to SCCM,
I added a single computer. http://taskflowapp.com/sccm-2012/sccm-discovery-not-working.html I've looked at smsprov.log and can see nothing that looks like an error, just lots of success-type messages, like "MS ACCOUNT WORK SUCCEEDED" and various SQL statements that seem to have everythin we did in configmgr console then whr r wds and wadk gettin useful !!!!!6. It works for single and for batch addition.
Tried refreshing the collection , all collections even restarting the server. Is it a bug? or serach for that machine in "All Systems" collection after reopening? http://taskflowapp.com/sccm-2012/sccm-import-computer-information-not-working.html u r accessing the .iso from nw share tht means reference pc is in same nw wid the server pc eventho its not in domain !!!
However, a new bare metal machine needed to be deployed is not a domain joint machine, so we have to manually create a boundary based on PXE boot IP address range Prajwal DesaiYou can use either a Bootable USB Stick or CD to boot a bare-metal computer and install the OS through Configuration Manager, PXE is not required. Prajwal DesaiHi Keitaro, could you post the same question here - http://prajwaldesai.com/community/ KeitaroHi I have followed your info above but there seems to be a problem with me.
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 Click here to get your free copy of Network Administrator. You might think why do you have to add PC in order to image them. I've tried adding it as a single PC or importing a CSV file with only one record in it.
As soon as you see the MAC address press Pause key and write down the MAC. The only computer objects I see in my device collection are real machines that are on (or have been on). Help. http://taskflowapp.com/sccm-2012/sccm-slp-not-working.html I've looked at the properties of the collection and it shows the computer listed as a direct rule.
Then I would PXE boot it and it would be recognized by SCCM and start the task squence. Dang. Reply Yavor June 16th, 2008 on 14:49 Hi Andrius, Is there a possibility to automate this process? Everything seems to be running OK and I can't seem to see anything in the logs either.
I tried a real machine, adding it to a device collecting. Because when i booted the VMs with PXE they prompt for IP which they cant get, SCCM Server has to provide DHCP to the VMs. It's a fresh install that we've setup to test SCCM to see if it could replace Altiris. You can also choose to unmark the answer as you wish.
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I couldn't find them just by searching for a few words from my computer object titles.