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SCCM 2007 Client not installing on a few pc's

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I've currently rolled out SCCM 2007 in our domain.
All machines on the network are shown in the Collections folders, but i am only able to install the client on about three quarters of them.
I've attached the ccmsetup.log from one of the pc's that the client is not installing on.
Please could you take a look at the log and try and identify why it won't install.

Thanks,

Andrew
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Check you have proper rights to push the client package on client machines
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