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System Center 2007 client deployment issue

System Center 2007 client deployment issue

System Center 2007 client deployment issue

i cannot deploy sms client to workstation. On the worksation show Assigned -"Yes". But approved - "N/A".I have tried using Client Push and Software Update, but still failed. Even try to deploy using group policy but on the workstation, the client successful deploy but Site Code is <empty> and i have manually enter the Site code and click Discover. But still failed.

Any idea on how to successful deploy the client into my environment.

RE: System Center 2007 client deployment issue

Have you extended the AD Schema for SCCM2007? - if not check your clientlocation.log in c:\windows\system32\logs and verify it that states AD schema is not extended as part of the error message

RE: System Center 2007 client deployment issue

You don't actually need to extend the schema if you're running mixed mode but it's definitely a good idea, if you haven't extended the schema try installing a Server Locater Point instead (when you extend the schema it makes AD lookup much easier, SLP helps when you haven't done that).


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