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USMT Failed to verify certificate signature

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I receive the following in the smstslog


Failed to verify certificate signature for 'myserver' (0x80090006)      OSDSMPClient      11/03/2011 14:40:20      3408 (0x0D50)

I have re-installed the state migration point; still receive the error
I have applied the advanced client hotfix
SCCM SP2 R3
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This issue is caused by the SCCM client certificates on the client PC not being
correct. This is usually caused when moving a client from one site to another site,
or when pusing the SCCM client from one site and then immediately moving and
assigning the PC to a new site.

There are two ways to resolve the problem:

1) Repush the SCCM client to affected PCs from the new site. This will cause the
SCCM client certificate to update to the new site's certificates.

2) When pushing the SCCM client from an old site with the intention of immediately
moving and assigning it to a new site, add the option

RESETKEYINFORMATION=TRUE

to the installtion properties of the SCCM client installation. This will force the
SCCM client to updates its certificates to those of the new site as part of the
installation.

For more information, consult the following links:

About Configuration Manager Client Installation Properties
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680980.aspx

Appendix B: SMS Certificate Infrastructure
http://technet.microsoft.com/tr-tr/library/cc179731(en-us).aspx
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