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HI i have problem with SCCM 2007 R3 i have clients in the SCCM already  not exist i deleted this from SCCM so many times but after while it,s appears again any one know why this happened.
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by:merowinger
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That sounds like you activated the Active Directory System Discovery within SCCM. If you do not want the Clients to appear again, you must either deactivate or reconfigure the AD System Discovery or delete the Clients within AD if they do not exist anymore.
Also check if your Network Discovery in SCCM is enabled, this could also cause to create SCCM Client Objects
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Thank you i will check it .... another question please how to create main collection like SITES and move the sub collections inside it.  
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Please could you explain that more detailed?
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by:it-qatar
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I mean you know that there is many collections inside SCCM i want to make it more easy like creating a new collections example : ALL SITES and move my collections related to sites inside it like PARIS & ROMA...
i did that by following this guide : http://verbalprocessor.com/2009/03/20/how-to-move-collections-in-configmgr/
this is right ?
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Yes create new instances by linking them and afterwards you can delete the original one
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But the linked collection will have same configuration i mean any new resources will update automatically or no because the original collection deleted ?
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Sorry i did not get you
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i mean the original collection created based on AD site  now after i linked the collection and delete the original one it,s will have same configuration or not.
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Sure as it's a query based collection the query will also be copied and so it has the same configuration as the orignial one
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