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Missing actions in Configuration manager client

Posted on 2011-09-03
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Dear All,
               I am installing SCCM client manually and everything worked fine.
But for the last machine i worked with I found that the Actions tab showed only:

Machine Policy and Retreival and Evaluation Cycle.
User Policy and Retreival and Evaluation Cycle.

The configuration tab is not there.And I can run any task sequence on this machien

I dont know what is wrong i made sure that the firewall is disabled and the client site mode is mixed mode.
I restrated the machine many times and re installed the client many times with no hope.


Kindly help.
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Question by:mostabdo
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by:X_layer
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Hi.

Is machine approved on site? Looks like machine not getting all policies from SCCM. Did you tried uninstall client and then install again or idi you just reinstall client?
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by:mostabdo
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yes i tried uninsatall then reinstall.

how to approve the machine in site ??
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by:mostabdo
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Ok...I approved the machine in site...shouls i uninstall and re install again ??
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No, just run Machine Policy and Retreival and Evaluation Cycle to pull policies to computer.
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by:mostabdo
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I found the problem :) it was all about the conflicting records in the SCCM server, i found the machines in these recordes I created new once and everything back to normal.
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So please close or delete the question
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