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Changing SMS Sitecode on Exisiting Clients

Posted on 2007-04-10
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I have re-created our SMS server and changed the site code to be something more representative of our company and location. In the past I have played around with SMS and assigned site codes to all servers and computers on our network. Unfortunately, this site code isn't appropriate.

Is there an easier way to update the site code on these clients without manually going around to the clients? These clients have been only Active Directory discovered by SMS.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!
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You will need to use PUSH installation to re-install the client...  After the new site discovery, push the CLIENT installation to the clients again.
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