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Duplicated SMSIDs

Duplicated SMSIDs

Duplicated SMSIDs

(OP)
Hi all!
I'm using SMS2SP2 and I have two clients with the same SMSID (I see it in the system_data table in the SQLServer). So, both machines have the client installed, but I can manage only one. Any issues?
Thanks!

RE: Duplicated SMSIDs

mmm... havent heard of this one, but try uninstalling the SMS client (20clicln.bat), removing it from the SMS database, and letting SMS re-discover the client.

Good luck.
anongod@hotmail.com

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RE: Duplicated SMSIDs

We have that problem with our site too, it usually stems from machines that are ghosted after the client piece has been installed. Microsoft has a Q article on this Q257808 which we have used with success. Just remeber to set your hardware history cleanup back to your original settings when the duplicate clients are removed.

Mike

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