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Posted on 2011-09-23
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Recently deleted machines from a collection (duplicate entries, one was a client, the other not) that had a membership rule setup.  The non client machines are gone from the main collection but now when I update the collection membership in the other collection, the machine that is a client is not there.  Can anyone tell me how to get it to populate?
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Direct Membership Rules are stored in the SCCM database based on the Client's Resource ID. As the other object does not has the same ID like the removed Object, it will never be Member of that Collections.
The only possibility which i see would be to restore the SCCM database from a backup, but i would not do that.
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