Client Push is not working on my LAB
I have created a lab for SCCM and configured all the required set up. When I tried to install the client using client push method, I’m getting the attached error. Have configured the boundary as IP address range type and created boundary group. Can any one help me to sort it out.
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Thanks for the support and help, Issue has been resolved. I have deleted the default boundary and tried to install and it works.
Did you get a chance look into the logs, I have reinstalled the DP again. Seems like same issue
Client Push failed.
Have you extended the schema?
As Anoop Said Something wrong with this configuration – Boundary Boundary Groups, AD publishing etc…
Also we have WMI error on that machine. WMI Permission not intact.
Failed to submit event to the Status Agent. Attempting to create pending event.
Failed to get DP locations as the expected version from MP ‘SCCMLab.ENERGIA.com’. Error 0x87d00215
Failed to get client version for sending state messages. Error 0x80041010
Failed to send status 101. Error (87D00215)
You can see error codes are not generic.
Did you try installing the SCCM Agent Manually?
Are these clients you are trying to push sccm agent in domain?
How about all required ports? As you said LAB so i am assuming ports will not be challenged.
Did you validate if your Configuration Manager default client package distributed to the DP’s successfully?
I could see it in the logs as mentioned below:
Current AD site of machine is Default-First-Site-Name
Local Machine is joined to an AD domain
AD has container for SCCM MP, DP’s?
Something wrong with this configuration – Boundary Boundary Groups, AD publishing etc…
More details https://www.anoopcnair.com/install-configmgr-client-using-client-push-installation-method-sccm/
Do you have all these entries in CCM.log?
—> Creating \ VerifyingCopying existence of destination directory \HTMDWin10.htmd.com\admin$\ccmsetup.~
—> Copying client files to \HTMDWin10.htmd.com\admin$\ccmsetup.~
—> Copying file “F:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\bin\I386\MobileClient.tcf” to “MobileClient.tcf”
—> Copying file “F:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\bin\I386\ccmsetup.exe” to “ccmsetup.exe”
—> Created service “ccmsetup” on machine “HTMDWin10.htmd.com”.
If you can paste some lines of ccmsetup .log that would be helpful… I think AD publishing is not completed successfully … that could be the reason but without all those info it’s very difficult to troubleshoot
Thank Anoop, All the above entries are there in ccm.log. Have attached both ccmsetup and ccm logs with my question. Could you please have a look