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In the standard settings of your AD sync task the system tree sorting for imported machines is automatically disabled. So they will never be resorted.
The settings for the AD sync are as follows:
Sync Type: AD
Sync: System Only (flat list)
Systems that exist elsewhere...: Move Systems from their...
There has not been defined any 'Sorting Criteria' for this group.
The subgroups are created and 'Sorting Criteria' has been defined.
Sorry I mixed that up with the agent deployment. You are right there is no config in the AD task settings.
But imho using "flat list" and "Systems that exist elsewhere...: Move Systems from their..." makes no sense because epo has not imported your AD structure.
Do you want to have exactly the same structure as in your AD ? Then change "flat list" to "Systems and container" ...
No, that's the whole point. I don't want the same structure as my AD. I want to control the structure but I cannot seem to get any machines in my subgroups.
Could you go to a clients system information and check the "system sorting" status ? I believe it will be disabled, so the AD sync tasks automatically disables system sorting on every imported client.
Yes - you're absolutely right... Why is that and what do I do about it?
You can run a servertask on a query (which gives back all system where you want to enable the system sorting again - as table). As action on this query set "System tree sorting" to "Enable". If this does not work alone you will have to enable the sorting at every ASCI via "Configuration" -> " Server configuration" -> "Systemtree sorting"
Thank you very much!