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Client Discovery

Client Discovery

Client Discovery

(OP)
Our Network has 2 domain blocks. The SMS Primary Site is installed on our 208 domain block on a machine that not only hosts web sites, but is also our Domain controller as well. The only 2 computers being recognized by SMS is the server which the primary site is on, and one other machine used by a co-worker in the same office, he has a domain on the 63 block...I checked to make sure the SMS service account names and psswds are the same. I also tried to distribute the software to other machines on both domains, adn still, it remains unsuccessful. I would appreciate any feedback that can lead me in the right direction.

RE: Client Discovery

What sort of client discovery have you enabled?  What about boundaries?

RE: Client Discovery

(OP)
The boundaries associated are the bottom range IPs for each blocks and the associated subnet with each one. I enabled most of the client discovery methods, even the Heartbeat method which is not absolutely necessary for our purposes here....thanks again:)

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