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      • 20. RE: Now this is really frustrating
        find the bit of the log which talks about the move - it will tell you why it was moved. I guess if anything it's because it can't get access to the AD to work out what group it should be a member of. The AD should be readable by any domain user, but if it's not, and you have AutoD set to move machines into a group based on their AD, then of course it will move them back to the template group.

        you only need movemachines as true if you want autod to move existing machines, new ones will always be created in the right group.
        • 21. RE: Now this is really frustrating
          Looked at the logs, at some points it is doing it while on others it is not, here are couple of excerpts. This is showing that the machine has moved to the OU

          8/7/2009 11:36:02.79 AM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 11:36:02.84 AM: sbadmclSetMachineDescription passed for machine IIAKHEROOL00005
          8/7/2009 11:36:02.84 AM: 0x00000000 | The operation completed successfully.
          8/7/2009 11:36:03.71 AM: Running sbadmclMoveMachine (IIAKHEROOL00005/C:OU=EndPointEncryption,OU=Herndon,OU=Servers,DC=ba,DC=de,DC=c om)...
          8/7/2009 11:36:03.71 AM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.04 AM: Moved machine "IIAKHEROOL00005" to the group .
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.04 AM: Using Machine Name:"IIAKHEROOL00005" for future activity.
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.04 AM: Running sbadmclIsMachineActive for IIAKHEROOL00005...
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.04 AM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.07 AM: sbadmclIsMachineActive returned results for IIAKHEROOL00005
          8/7/2009 11:36:04.07 AM: Skipping adding the following users for you because they are either already allocated, or on a blacklist your administrator has set:|Administrator|,|LocalService|,|All Users|,|Default User|,|NetworkService|,|Guest|,|systemprofile|,|emanager|



          While on this one it move it back to "Endpoint encryption Machines" group
          8/7/2009 14:22:19.52 PM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 14:22:19.58 PM: sbadmclSetMachineDescription passed for machine IIAKHEROOL00005
          8/7/2009 14:22:19.58 PM: 0x00000000 | The operation completed successfully.
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.30 PM: Running sbadmclMoveMachine (IIAKHEROOL00005/Endpoint Encryption Machines)...
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.30 PM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.58 PM: Moved machine "IIAKHEROOL00005" to the group .
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.58 PM: Using Machine Name:"IIAKHEROOL00005" for future activity.
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.58 PM: Running sbadmclIsMachineActive for IIAKHEROOL00005...
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.58 PM: Existing Connection
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.63 PM: sbadmclIsMachineActive returned results for IIAKHEROOL00005
          8/7/2009 14:22:21.63 PM: Skipping adding the following users for you because they are either already allocated, or on a blacklist your administrator has set:|Administrator|,|LocalService|,|All Users|,|Default User|,|NetworkService|,|Guest|,|systemprofile|,|emanager|
          • 22. RE: Now this is really frustrating
            the problem is the machine name can't be found in AD. I might change it to use the network name, not the SafeBoot name, but that's the problem. Do you have the renamemachinesifneeded set to true? That will fix the naming issue.

            I think you would be better off paying for some professional services here.

            You might want to also use the latest test code - it gives much more debug in this section.
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