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Why's Adding a Query to Membership Rule Resulting in All Clients in that Collection?

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Hi,

So, in SCCM 2007, I'm trying to add an AD Security Group in a Collection as a Query Rule (System Resource), but when I do, it throws my 2,000+ clients in it when the OU I'm trying to add only has one member (so far). Why is this happening?
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not familiar enough, what does your query include? are you using a restriction (where) dealing with the OU in question.

Do you include the attributes for system ou name in your query?
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You actually helped me look at adjusting the criteria for the query rule. Yea, I had to point it directly to that OU, but it wasn't showing right away because 3 hour Discovery intervals. Thanks!
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