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SCCM 2007 - Can not push client to Secondary Site PCs

Posted on 2014-03-19
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We recently stood up a Secondary Site in our London location.  We are able to distribute packages to this secondary site, but we are unable to push the client to PCs at this location.  When we right click on a PC at this location and select Install Client, nothing is occurring and nothing is showing up in the logs.  Any ideas?
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When pushing the Agent to you choose the specific site code?
Check out the ccmsetup.log on the Client...if exists.
Also check out the ccm.log on both Servers
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When I right click on a computername in SCCM, I select Install Client and the wizard does not ask for a site code.  Unfortunately, the logs do not show anything in regards to the computername I am tryng to push the client to.  Any ideas?
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Can you please check if you Secondary Site was installed successfully? Is it still install pending?
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