Sccm queries not updating
Wait for the device populate the Parent collection (Default Incremental update is 5 mins), then manually add Direct rules to each of the Child collections by selecting the collection and clicking Add Resources. It’s equivalent to clicking Update Membership on a collection. My guess is that MOST collection membership rules are added After a device is already in the limiting collection, so this just works because of the UDC file being added to the At this point, Test1 should be added to ALL Child collections. In the Config Mgr Console import a new device named Test2.Child 2 will never see the device Test2 unless the collection is updated either manually or by making a rule change which will trigger the UDC file and a full update.For this last scenario, you will want to monitor the and get the timing just right. When colleval completes the next Incremental, follow the same steps as in Test 2, however this time, import the device and immediately Manually update All Systems.Once the incremental evaluation has added the new device to All Systems, check the limiting collection (Parent – Incremental) to verify that the device is now a member of it as well. The Membership Change Time on the full chain from All Systems to Child 1 were all updated as part of the incremental refresh cycle, but Child 2 & 3 did not see any membership changes.Summary When Child 3’s schedule finally runs, the device will populate the collection.During Operating System Deployment (OSD), we have a collection mapping process where we get a list of collections from a Source computer and add direct membership rules for the new device. Initially, I thought it may be an issue with our REST API calling the wrong WMI commands to create collection Direct membership rules.
So, here’s what I know about SCCM Device collections now: For our production collections, we have an All Workstations (Parent in the example below) collection limited to All Systems.
SCCM 1606 introduces new hardware inventory classes for Office 365 configurations.
You no longer need to edit your MOF files to gather Office 365 inventory.
(Let me stop here and say that 1810 didn’t break anything.
I have confirmed that the behavior that I will describe exists in 1802 as well.).
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In the past month, we started to see issues with newly built devices not populating collections even though the Direct membership rules were being created and the devices eventually populated the limiting collections.