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Forefront Unmanaged Clients to Managed in SCCM 2012

Posted on 2013-12-17
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I had to install Microsoft Forefront independently on a few systems in our domain. Now these systems are no clients in SCCM 2012, which is also the now the Forefront Server. The problem is that I need to convert the few systems that were installed prior to managed (instead of un-managed) but I cannot find any information as to how to accomplish that. Does anyone have any information as to how I can accomplish this?

Thanks in advance.
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HAve you configured your SCEP policies within SCCM and pushed those to the machines?  Once they receive a SCEP policy from SCCM, they should convert to 'managed'.
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I have done so. I have configured the policies and pushed them to the machines via the SCCM consoles (have been trying for over a week) but unsuccessful.
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