SCCM 2007 mystery object what is this and what is it for ?   thanks !

Posted on 2011-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Question by:NAMEWITHELD12
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    Expert Comment

    This is a site boundary, say for example you have several sites, one primary site server and six secondary site servers across a WAN or LAN, assuming the secondary sites have their own subnet and/or defined in Active Directory with different subnets, then by defining the boundaries within SCCM, clients will communicate with the most closest boundary depending if they are in the subnet range this is usually defined by the <Site Code>.  The range above seems to indicate that all systems should use the Site <Site Code>, which would defeat the purpose if you have several site servers, although it may be a fallback i.e. if they don't match any of the other subnets than use this.

    Hope that made sense.

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    Expert Comment

    by:merowinger is a Subnet Mask but no Subnet ID?!? That boundary makes not much sense, or?
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    Author Comment

    yeah i am not sure what to make of this, this object makes no sence
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    Accepted Solution

    configure the network boundaries which you have and delete this one

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