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For that you will need to check the mpcontol (Log location: \SMS\logs in SMS and \program files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\logs in SCCM).If it is showing a 200 OK status code then that means the MP is working.If you are not publishing the information in AD then you need to make sure that the SLP is configured and working.For more information you can check Post-installation phase in the link: The client itself is not installed in the Agent You can take a look at this article which will give you a detailed explanation of how you can make sure that the client is installed and reporting successfully. Make sure that the client is able to communicate to the SMS\SCCM server using the FQDN as well as the Net BIOS name. If you can’t ping the server using the FQDN then you will have problems.For the case of overlapping boundaries see the client if you check the location (log location: C:\Windows\System32\CCM\Logs), you can get the information of the site assigned to it as well as the MP it is reporting to.
There are systems in the collection that have multiple GUIDs.
This is why I said earlier that client management is a continuous task.
There can be a variety of reasons why this process might fail, and I’ve outlined a couple of them below: The Boundaries of the Agent are not specified in the site server If the client is not assigned in the console or the client is unable to discover the site code, make sure that the AD site or the IP subnet is added in the boundary list.
There are various reasons why a client may not be able to report to even if the SMS\SCCM agent is installed on a machine.
A few of these reasons are discussed below: The first thing to check is whether the client is on the network, and if it’s not on the network, does the system even exist?