I have migrated from SMS 2003 to SCCM. All DHCP Clients do not appear in the WSUS Admin console. However Static IP Clients/Servers do appear and seem to be working correctly.
Server setup :-
SCCM SP2, Windows Server 2003 x64 (fully patched) WSUS SP2, SQL 2005 SP2
Clients DHCP :-
Windows XP SP3
Clients STATIC :-
Windows 7 Pro
Windows XP SP3
We want to control the windows updates via SCCM. SCCM client has been installed fine via the client push method and is reporting back lots of useful information so I know we have at least got some communication going on. When I run a Compliance report on the "All Systems collection" all DHCP Clients report back as "Compliance state unknown" . The Static IP Clients report correctly.
We do have two ISA Servers running in an array. Could this in some way block communication for the clients to WSUS.
For info I have not created a GPO for Windows Updates as you would if only using WSUS as I understand its not required when SCCM controls the updates. We currently do have a User GPO "Remove access to use all Windows Update features" enabled, i think this must be causing the error I receive in the windowsupdate log when running wuauclt /detectnow on a DHCP client . "Can not perform non-interactive scan if AU is interactive-only"
I also have to enter in a command window "proxycfg -d" to cure the error "WARNING: GetConfig failure, error = 0x8024401B, soap client error = 10, soap error code = 0, HTTP status code = 407" which I beleive is caused by our ISA Server being our proxy server and requiring authentication.
Has anyone been in this situation before. Is ISA the problem or am I missing some fundamental configurations here ?