Sccm system ou name not updating
This behavior enables the client to select the nearest server from which to transfer the content or state migration information.In our various SCCM installations, our clients are often confused about this topic.
Keep in mind here, you could have numerous Client Setting policies with different schedules and configurations deployed to numerous different collections. That should set you up to be in a good place where I don’t need to cover anything else off, and all questions on Dual Scan answered. Now what I will cover is where time and time again conflicting information and advice is given. If you have this group policy set to Not Configured, then SCCM can successfully set it at local policy level, and everything will work great. And honestly, this is where my opinion differs from most others. So if you’ve got a simple setup of OU’s and a single SUP, then why wouldn’t you enforce the server from the top? That if this group policy is set, then SCCM Windows Updates won’t work at all.
For Content Location, we want clients to get their content locally at their respective location.
We will create 4 Content Boundary groups, add only their AD Site Boundary and assign their local Distribution Point. You can have multiples boundaries and Site System in your Boundary Groups if needed.
Boundaries can be an IP subnet, Active Directory site name, IPv6 Prefix, or an IP address range, and the hierarchy can include any combination of these boundary types.
To use a boundary, you must add the boundary to one or more boundary groups. By using boundary groups, clients on the intranet can find an assigned site and locate content when they have to install software, such as applications, software updates, and operating system images.