When you use the AD sync it imports the Hostname and FQDN only. You would have to get a sucessfull push to the machine and allow it to populate back into the epo console before it would show you an IP address.
What does the Server.log say right after you attempt to send the agent install?
Do you need the entire log or only this part?
20091119140128 E #5080 NAIMSRV Failed to authenticate to \\REDWINGS1, err=1396
20091119140128 E #5080 NAIMSRV Push Agent Installation Program to REDWINGS1 failed
20091119140128 I #5080 MCUPLOAD Successfully disabled CA trust options.
20091119140154 E #5520 NAIMSRV Failed to authenticate to \\WILKE2K8, err=53
20091119140154 E #5520 NAIMSRV Push Agent Installation Program to WILKE2K8 failed
20091119140154 I #5520 MCUPLOAD Successfully disabled CA trust options.
20091119144729 E #5080 NAIMSRV Failed to authenticate to \\REDWINGS1, err=1396
20091119144729 E #5080 NAIMSRV Push Agent Installation Program to REDWINGS1 failed
20091119144729 I #5080 MCUPLOAD Successfully disabled CA trust options.
I think i got it working. I am in a VMWare environment and before i started this i reverted my XP back to a snapshot. It probably messed up the GUID and thats why it couldnt communicate.
The agent installed like a charm after i un joined and re joined the XP machine to the domain.
Error 1396 - The Target Account Name is incorrect / error 1396: Log in failure: The target account name is incorrect.
Error 53 - Network Path not found
So for the first one, I have to assume that the account you are using may not have the correct rights to logon to that machine, possibly try another admin account.
the error 53, normally mean the machine is off or no longer exists. (you may get allot of ghost machines with AD import, if you don't keep your Domain clean of removed/decommissioned machines)
From the ePO Server try this:
2. Does it open the Winnt folder on the remote system? If no is WINS enabled on your network, or has someone disabled the administrative shares, or is the windows firewall on?
Bingo, Yes those errors are typically MS related.