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Setting up SCCM snap in on a clients machine

Posted on 2013-01-29
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Hi, have a query i have the snap in for System Center Configuration Manager on my own machine, I can't get it working on a colleagues, I have installed ConfigMgr Tools, and copied over the AdminConsole.msc file from my working machine...It fails to initiate the MMC snap in, just wondering if there was a list of steps from scratch to do for this, thanks...
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Couldnt find SCCM section would it be possible to direct to that section, also not just looking for a link but a workaround and explanation thanks...Realise its straightforward but i am hot desking and want to get it done, havent set it up from scratch for a couple of years cheers
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What version of sccm? Why dont you just do a console only install on the client machines that you want the snapin? You should be able to do this from be sccm media.
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