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Access is denied - System Center Configuration Manager 2007

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Hi everybody, I'm obtaining the following error message in Microsoft system Configurtion manager 2007:

MP has rejected a policy request from GUID:DEE1704B-03C1-4935-874E-2635702E884A because it was not approved. The operating system reported error 2147942405: Access is denied.

It's running in a mixed mode, it's a primary server and I have extended the schema. What can be the problem? Someone can help me? Thanks.
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by:U_Mansson
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Hi

Check you Approval Settings. You find it SCCM Console under Site Database - Site management - then properties on you site name. Look under Site Mode and Approval Settings.

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Ulf M.
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by:techwise2008
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Thanks for the answer, I check it before and it's configured in "automatically approve computers in trusted domain". Perhaps its a problem with firewall policy but I don't think so, actually I have computers with firewall on and I don't have any problem.
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by:U_Mansson
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No I don't think it's the firewall because the client is already installed and you said that the MP rejected the client. Have you checked that the client isn't blocked? Right click on the client and choose Unblock.

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All the clients are unblocked, and I don't have any problem with them. But I still have computers without client install and the same message when I push the client installation.

I can't see the computer log because the client never install.
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