Then I noticed that my test collection was limited to a custom collection we have set up for only Windows 7 computers. I could only chuckle and laugh at myself for I just want a test machine. Reason: Member has been banned from the site For more information, visit our FAQ's. Once the system sends its first heartbeat, it will be removed from the All OSD collection and then flow down into tier 2/3 as appropriate. Check This Out
You have to have a Collection. Your device needs to be in the collection selected as "limiting collection", otherwise it will never show up in the collection. Now I'm finding my test items though. 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 https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/cmpfekevin/2013/11/21/import-computer-does-not-show-up-in-collection/
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Reset Password I remember my details Create Account Register Insert/edit link CloseEnter the destination URL URL Link Text Open link in a new tabOr link to existing content Search No search We can really think of MDT as a pulling deployment solution. If you are interested, I can paste here the ps1 script that I ended up with and was successful in adding machines with my account. 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
If your device still doesn't show up in the collection, you should check the limiting collection of your collection. Sccm 2012 Device Collection Membership Not Updating Legal | Feedback 8971ac5 Tue November 1 16:43:30 EDT 2016"www.itninja.com About Contact Me search skip to content ↓ IT Blog Just another blog on Kozeniauskas.com Network Home Arduino Cisco Anything there? https://www.windows-noob.com/forums/topic/5498-collection-not-populating-with-imported-computer-info/ no luck.
Here are couple links: http://devinfra-us.blogspot.com/2008/04/sccm-and-powershell-part-1.html http://devinfra-us.blogspot.com/2008/04/sccm-and-powershell-part-2.html Reply Chris W. Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. When you import a computer into SCCM it is added to the All Systems collection. That's why when I searched All Systems I could find my imported machine. If, while going Stinks that it takes so long.
FWIW - Murf Steve Murphy likes this Back to top #5 Ocelaris Ocelaris Advanced Member Established Members 70 posts Gender:Male Location:New York, New York Interests:SCCM, CM, Cisco, Linux Posted 09 April https://www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/3ly07c/where_is_my_manually_added_machine/ Toggle navigation Software Tips Questions Blogs Links Communities Questions & Answers Can't add workstation to my collection on SCCM, how to do it? Sccm 2012 Add Computer To Collection Reply Andrius July 11th, 2008 on 09:49 Hi Chris, I have not tried this myself. The collection you are importing the machine into MUST be limited by the All Systems Collection.
I was getting frustrated when I was importing the MAC address of a new, out of the box computer into SCCM 2012 to be used to test my latest development build. http://qrwsoftware.com/sccm-2012/sccm-2012-discovery.html July 11th, 2008 on 20:54 Thanks Andrius! Tags Administrative Model Collections Configuration Manager OSD Comments (0) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Follow UsShare This PostShareShareShareShareShareSearch Search this blog Search all blogs TagsConfiguration Manager PowerShell Troubleshooting Collections SCCM, for the most part, is a push deployment solution.
July 8th, 2008 on 17:00 Andrius, you said "You might think why do you have to add PC in order to image them. Could you point me to the fix/release notes or more information on this? Monday, November 16, 2009 4:23 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've been using the import computer for a while with my testing and it has been working this contact form Can you exit the console and reopen it and try to add the machine again to the collection?
I had the limiting group set as "All Desktop and Server Clients" so since it had never been imaged, it didn't show up... So it seems to just be new machines that cannot be added Send PM SHARE: + Post New Thread Similar Threads Pupil Import By thom in forum ICT KS3 SATS permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Feyh 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Ok, you've added your device to a device collection.
Replies: 2 Last Post: 18th August 2008, 10:35 AM AD import tool By Newton in forum Windows Replies: 4 Last Post: 1st February 2008, 10:53 AM « Open source software deployment But I am facing few issues while imaging1. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]sccmjd[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I'm thinking this is just freaking slow. Navigate to Administration/Site Configuration/Servers and Site System Roles in the Configuration Manager console.
Assigning a task sequence and configuring a collection variable allows you to have some control at the machine level. 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 I have already went to the machine and initiated "Discovery Data Collection Cycle" couple of times already, but still I am not able to add it, please suggest how to add navigate here Direct Support Forums Technical O/S Deployment [SCCM 2007] Cannot import computers to collections + Post New Thread Results 1 to 4 of 4 O/S Deployment Thread, Cannot import computers to collections
Is there something wrong with my SCCM farm? I have searched around for some type of bug. In that way, you can confirm whether the machine is checked in to sccm again. aridutt007 How helpful is this to you?
It looks like SCCM scanned my subnet to find all the machines it could. Anyone have an idea? aridutt007 3 years ago using direct membership rule ... Create a query rule those shows objects with the manual entry DDR, but only those without a heartbeat.
I imported computer information with the MAC address and told it to populate into that collection. I have entered the computer name using collection variable's but after booting the computer name has been changed to something else. The computer simply will not be imported.