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sccm 2007 active directory no clients

I am setting up SCCM 2007 for the first time. The server is 2008 DC running sql 2008 with sccm 2007 on top. I have a second 2008 DC also on the network and a 2003 member server. My boundaries are setup to find by active directory. I verified the two other machines are showing up in active directory

 When I go to all systems I only see the 2008 DC that sccm is installed on. Is there something that needs to be run to find the clients ?
I also notice when I go to any of the other groups like all users they are blank. I may have missed something in connecting AD to it?
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Sid_FAuthor Commented:
I have set discovery for active directory and set is as the local domain and to run as soon as possible
Which AD Discovery have you enabled? You need to enable the "Active Directory System Discovery" Also check out the log adsysdis.log
Sid_FAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it was unchecked after a reboot.  Showing up now.
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