SCCM Client finding wrong MP on forest with multiple domains
Hi, I have a centeral site installation of SCCM on a Domain which is under a forest with multiple domains. .................................................................. Forest Domain 1 | Domain 2 | Domain 3 ................................................................. Currenty Domain 1 has its own SCCM site and now Domain 3 (mine) has had a SCCM site installed recently. On my site i can push out clients and they appear to be working correctly according to the console, but when i check the locationservices.log i get the following... (actual domains names have been removed.) ..................................................................................................................................... Attempting to retrieve local MP from AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 936 (0x03A8) Unknown task LSProxyMPModificationTask in non-quarantine - ignoring. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 4428 (0x114C) Attempting to retrieve default management point from AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Current AD site of machine is Reading LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 936 (0x03A8) Retrieved Default Management Point from AD: Domain 3 LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Persisting the default management point in WMI LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Retrieved local Management Point from AD: domain 1 LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 936 (0x03A8) Persisted Default Management Point Location locally LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Unknown task LSProxyMPModificationTask in non-quarantine - ignoring. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 4992 (0x1380) Attempting to retrieve proxy MP from AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Current AD site of machine is Reading LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Retrieved Proxy Management Point from AD: Domain 3 LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Unknown task LSProxyMPModificationTask in non-quarantine - ignoring. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 4992 (0x1380) Attempting to retrieve local MP from AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Current AD site of machine is Reading LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Retrieved local Management Point from AD: Domain 1 LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Group Policy Site Assignment key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Mobile Client has changed, will attempt to re-assign the client. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) The 'Certificate Store' is empty in the registry, using default store name 'MY'. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 5920 (0x1720) A certificate refresh is already in progress. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 2112 (0x0840) Refreshing client operational settings over AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 5920 (0x1720) Refreshed security settings over AD LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 5920 (0x1720) No security settings update detected. LocationServices 16/02/2011 13:45 5920 (0x1720) .............................................................................................................................................. This for obvious reasons causes some problems as i cannot complete software deployment because the Client does not know where to look for its MP... can anyone advise me on why this would be occuring and how this may be fixed so that the Client that is located in Domain 3 does not look for the MP in Domain 1 Look forward to some feedback! :) Mike
February 18th, 2011 7:07am

Any chance that there are overlapping boundaries between those ConfigMgr sites? They are not supported and cause issues.Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de
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February 18th, 2011 7:30am

thanks for your reply, I can confirm that the boundaries are not overlapping thanks
February 18th, 2011 7:43am

Any old / stale entries in the System Management container then?Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de
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February 18th, 2011 8:03am

Hi Mike, Please pick one of the client machine with problem to take the following steps: 1. try to ping the FQDN of the MP; 2. check the site code, if there is the problem with the site code, refer to the following KB article: HOWTO: Assign SMS Advanced Client to the Isolated Secondary Site You may also upload the policyevaluator.log and CcmExec.log from one of your client for further research. Regards, Sabrina This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees, and confers no rights. |Please remember to click Mark as Answer on the post that helps you, and to click Unmark as Answer if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
February 23rd, 2011 9:39pm

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