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I have installed a new machine Win Xp and added the machine to the Domain. This machine is not seen in the SCCm console.?

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Hi,

I have installed a new machine Win Xp and added the machine to the Domain. This machine is not seen in the SCCm console.?
This is the first machine in this domain after setting up SCCM. System center configuration manager.

What could the problem be...

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Sharath
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by:twcadmin
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I'm not too familiar with SCCM but don't you have to discover clients by using the discovery wizard?
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Yes there is this option but it does not get the client
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No i did this but no luck
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I found this on MS forum.

Out of curiosity, do you automatically approve all clients selected under the sites properties?  I have, on a few rare instances, seen clients not reporting correctly to the console because they were not 'approved'
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No it gets detected automatically...
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