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I installed mom which can with my forefront package and am trying to understand this error I have turned on Mutual Authentication and resynced still getting this error

The MOM Server is configured to use Mutual Authentication, but the MOM Agent at 192.168.0.16 is not.  This is a misconfiguration and is typically caused by a manual agent install configuration that does not match the MOM Server.

installed on 2008 server 32 bit
MOM 2005
forfront
and WSUS 2005
SQL 2005
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To understand two way authentication:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc961730.aspx

As the clients are configured via the MOM console, I would try to reassign the client on the affected machine using the Client Install Agent from the MOM console.

Also check, if there are timed out certificates on this client.
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