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We have our new sccm site running to the point where the client will install from sccm and it seems all clients are being discovered.  The problem now is that none of the clients are showing up as approved and the client status is NO for all.  In the clients configuration manager task in the control panel, the site code is correct and the client does show  up but under the actions I only have machine policy and evaluation cycle and user policy retrrieval and evaluation cycle.  Starting these two tasks does not seem to kick off the client being approved etc.  Any ideas on where to go from here?   Thanks in advance.

Jim
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as it turned out we still had a management point from teh old installation active.  Once we removed its role we started populating clients with approval being automatic
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problem has been rectified
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