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AD System Group Discovery issue with Cluster nodes???

AD System Group Discovery issue with Cluster nodes???

AD System Group Discovery issue with Cluster nodes???

(OP)
We are using SMS 2003 SP1
It seems that ADSGD is not working for our cluster nodes that are running
the SMS client.
Our cluster nodes are all in their own OU. All other servers in separate
OU's at the same level in AD are being 'discovered' but not the cluster nodes.
The cluster nodes appear in 'All Systems' but not in our custom collections
that are based on OU. The cluster nodes are using the SP1 client.
Any ideas????

Thanks,
Mark

RE: AD System Group Discovery issue with Cluster nodes???

(OP)
Thanks for the reply.
I did read KB892429 and our cluster nodes are using a supported configuration for SMS.
Also, After some checking I've discovered another SMS site of ours, where the cluster nodes are being discovered through ADSGD and being added to the custom collections for their OU. So everything is working OK on that site. I haven't been able to see any differences between the two sites configuration, yet. I'll keep looking.

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