Well you are not alone almost everyone questions that, but thankfully SP1 for SCCM fixes this annoyance." What exactly does it fix, and how? Send PM 1st March 2010,09:32 AM #3 Ric_ Join Date Jun 2005 Location Boston, MA Posts 7,649 Thank Post 114 Thanked 805 Times in 621 Posts Rep Power 192 Originally I've looked at the properties of the collection and it shows the computer listed as a direct rule. You don't have to update the collection membership in that case, because "import computer information" creates a direct membership rule.
So I tried the following: Import-CMComputerInformation -ComputerName "TEST01" -MacAddress 00:00:00:00:00:00 -CollectionName "All Windows Server 2012" Oddly, the same warning message appeared. aridutt007 3 years ago At last ... Several functions may not work. Navigate to Administration/Site Configuration/Servers and Site System Roles in the Configuration Manager console.
Leave the value blank.Creating the OSDComputerName variable for Unknown ComputersWhen an unknown computer begins a task sequence, you will be able to configure the computer name by clicking the OSDComputerName variable In this part of the Import Computer Information Wizard.... "You can add the new computers to an existing Configuration manager collection. I've now added a few more packages/programs to be installed with the OS build and deleted the test computers as I had done several times before. You can download it here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2817245 If you scroll down a bit in the More Information part, you see the following: When the Import-CMComputerInformation -CollectionName "All Systems" -ComputerName "Computer01" -MacAddress "xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx" command
You have to have a Collection. Let me know! Reply Yavor October 11th, 2008 on 16:48 Hi Adrius, It actually worked after some powershell script debugging and now I have a working script. https://www.windows-noob.com/forums/topic/5498-collection-not-populating-with-imported-computer-info/ Unknown machines can also include devices that an admin has not manually imported into SCCM.
Tried refreshing the collection and telling it to update itself. Erik Reply lifeoutro March 11th, 2011 on 12:40 Hi Lee Kirkwood, regarding the "·You do not have security rights to perform this operation." just add security permissions : to collections - Also, try using the right-click tools for SCCM. You can now right click your collection, select "properties" and open the tab "Membership Rules".
I was wondering if there is a way to do this in 2007? https://www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/3ly07c/where_is_my_manually_added_machine/ A required deployment is interaction-less. Sccm 2012 Add Computer To Collection Having a look at smsprov.log might also be a good idea. Did you resolve this issue? 0 James commented on Managing AppLocker with PowerShell 13 hours, 47 minutes agoGood afternoon Joseph,Thanks for publishing your excellent article, it has been extremely helpful in
put it under "All Systems" and that fixed it. weblink All rights reserved. Still nothing. When the customer uses "Import Computer Object" feature to stage new devices for OSD.
Answered 06/04/2013 by: SnowLyric Please log in to comment aridutt007 3 years ago And how can I just remove the machine instead of deleting, I saw the message "will delete from Jay9x have you already refreshed the console? The problem i have is i don't want people logging onto the server to do this, I have given them complete permissons (ticked all the options) under security but it still http://drivit.net/sccm-2012/sccm-2012-wake-on-lan.html When you fill in the details in this image http://www.kozeniauskas.com/itblog/files/2008/03/3.jpg Once the imaging process of your computer is finished the hostname of it should be the same as it was set
I have entered the computer name using collection variable's but after booting the computer name has been changed to something else. Can't add workstation to my collection on SCCM, how to do it? Please help, any help would be greatly appreciated ! 0 Comments [ + ] Show Comments Comments Please log in to comment Answers 0 "The reason for deletion in the
Toggle navigation Software Tips Questions Blogs Links Communities Questions & Answers Can't add workstation to my collection on SCCM, how to do it? Reason: Member has been banned from the site For more information, visit our FAQ's. Monday, June 13, 2016 10:44 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. I've tried adding it as a single PC or importing a CSV file with only one record in it.
To get MAC or GUID address just power on the PC you want to image and press F12 this will make PC to get into PXE boot mode. Could you point me to the fix/release notes or more information on this? I tried a real machine, adding it to a device collecting. http://drivit.net/sccm-2012/heartbeat-ddr-sccm-2012.html don't know why it happened like this though SnowLyric 3 years ago Glad that you could find it again!
So, what happened? but where? 6 commentsshareall 6 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]sccmjd[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I found them. Reply Andrius July 11th, 2008 on 09:49 Hi Chris, I have not tried this myself. http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rhouchins/archive/2008/04/09/sccm-right-click-tools.aspxSometimes I can add a computer system to a collection without having to wait on SCCM to update iteslf, which takes entirely too long IMHO.
Any other messages are welcome.SendSending © 4sysops 2006 - 2016 Log in with your credentials or Create an account Sign in Remember me Lost your password? Under Devices. Click Next in Data Preview Select Add computers to the following collection and browse the collection where you want to put your PC(in my case it is Deployment) Review the summary and click I added a single computer.
You can also choose to unmark the answer as you wish. In addition, we’d love to hear your feedback about the solution. I'd rather not have to run the import, get the "Sucess" message, then find the computer that caused the process to stop/fail, remove from the list, then re-run the import over The reason why is the person who setup our 2003 SMS had it to where you could take a computer out of the box and insert the cd into it and But this is not an easy task.
If your device still doesn't show up in the collection, you should check the limiting collection of your collection.