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SCCM 2012 Endpoint Information Update

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I have deleted stale/obsolete PCs in AD, but the are still showing up in the collections in SCCM 2012. In "Discovery methods", I have set the polling schedule to 5 minutes and in "Options", the discovery option to the default 90 days logged on to domain, so at this point I am baffled as to what else is missing!
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The discovery process is not going to remove the devices that are already discovered and in the SCCM console.  They will eventually go obsolete and they will need to be removed manually.
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