Collection not updating sccm

There are four ways collections can get their membership rules updates: When creating a collection through the console then this will be the default setting.

A full update for this collection will run every seven days.

To summarize, there is a one way sync from AD - You need to change your Discovery Data deletion task settings in Site Maintenance. You may also want to configure the Inactive Client deletion task settings.

The time can be changed, and you can also run a report for clients that have not checked in in a long time and manually delete them, or use a powershell script to do this as well.

This is a topic I haven’t seen much covered around but is quite important, especially if you’re managing an environment with a lot of clients, regular changes and a lot of collections.

According to Technet ( Collections in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager provide a method of managing groups of computers, mobile devices, users, and other resources in your organization.

In this post, I’m going to give a walk through of Collection Evaluation Viewer tool (CEViewer.exe) which is part for SCCM 2012 R2 tool kit.

It may be worth doing a update collection on the all systems and then another update collection on the new one you've just created.

In sccm 2012 my device collection(all system) is not updating properly.

When you update the collection from CAS then it will cause more delays in collection update.

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