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How to display computer description from AD in SCE 2010

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In Sce 2010 on the computers tab ,the description doesnt get filled in from AD. Instead it takes that information from the actual computer which we havent filled in. Is there a way to get SCE 2010 to take the computer description information from AD and not the actual computer?
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George Sas earned 500 total points
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Don't think so.
The SCE is relaying on the agent installed on the machine so it will use the local information and not the AD information when displaying.
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thanks, i ended up writing a list with computer names- users  and applying it through powershell
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