3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 10, 2010 8:16 AM by mdktch

    Unmanaged systems




      --We have bounch of unmanaged systems and we would like to do some cleanup soo we would like to have all the system managed. Any quick steps how to do that.


      --In our system tree we have bounch of computers which were deleted in Active Directory but they still stays in EPO. Is there a way to do an automatic task which will clean thoose system, cause searching them manually in AD an EPO is tough. Also I would like to be careful when deleting systems, cause some servers has different access protection policies set, and I would not like to delete those systems and re-add them.



      Message was edited by: bostjanc on 8/10/10 11:56:02 AM GMT+01:00
        • 1. Re: Unmanaged systems

          1. You can simply select/check the unmanaged systems and select actions and deploy agent.

          2. There are two option to manage this

               i. Active directory Synchronization

               ii. Inactive Agent tasks

          • 2. Re: Unmanaged systems

            Ok... For now ... I did this...


            System tree.... Choosen our group... group details... synchronization type... edit


            Synchronization type:
            Systems that exist elsewhere in the System Tree:



            Then I have went to server task and ran sync ad task...


            L8r I have selected all the systems.... Action ... deploy agent... and selected: Install only on systems that do not already have an agent managed by this epo server.



            If I click system tree...my organization ... our group... there still exists bunch of unmanaged systems

            Under my organization I have Lost&found group ... how do I move thoose pcs to right positions in our group?

            • 3. Re: Unmanaged systems

              first of all, was the deployment successfull? check this in server task. For a successfull agent deployment on unmanaged systes you should provide credentials with admin privilages on the target machines and defaul share admin$, c$ should be enabled. otherwise the task will fail.


              You can achieve grouping by Tagging feature, Define Tags based on the object criteria like, Domain names, Machines names (if you have a defined naming convention based on location/group), then in the groups define which machine with specific tags should fall under this group.