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Server not appearing in SCCM collection

Posted on 2013-10-28
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I have a server which should in SCCM collection but its not appearing in Configuration manager 2007. how do I fix this?

I paste the log file here called patchinfo from the server that's is not displaying in configuration manager.

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Set patch info in the registry from CMDB export
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19/07/2013 09:39:49 Script begin
19/07/2013 09:39:49 Data file exists, Deleting...
19/07/2013 09:39:52 Attempting to copy datafile from master on SERVER1
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Server is 64 Bit, writing to Wow6432Node Key
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Writing patchinfo values to the registry
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Computer Name: MYSERVER
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Patch Group: GROUP1
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Reboot Window:
19/07/2013 09:39:53 Script end
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please assist.
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by:matrixnz
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Why not import the computer manually?  Or install the SCCM Client on it?
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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How are you so sure that the server should be in a certain collection?

Also how many hours have passed after you created this collection?
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fixed by reinstalling client
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by:Ikky786
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Issue was fixed by SCCM client
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