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Problems with Active Directory System Discovery

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I am trying to work with SCCM and I am VERY new to this software.  I am trying to get Active Directory System Discovery to work, but no computers are showing up except my Server which is running SCCM.  I have turn on verbose logging in the registry, but I still do not find a adsysdid.log file.  It simply does not exist!  Where should it be?  Everything I have read says to check the messages in this file.

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You find the adsysdis.log file under <install path>\Microsoft Configuration Manager\logs

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