SCCM Boundaries and Client push configuration

Configuring SCCM 2012 SP1.

First all we need to create a boundary group so that SCCM could discover clients. It can be done using AD Site as group, IP segment etc.

Here we creating boundary and its group using AD Site.

Right click on Boundaries from left panel as shown in the red box. Choose type as you prefer.

Now Right click on “Boundary Groups” to create boundary group (eg. AD site)

Please ignore my AD name. this server is SCCMSERVER not SCOM

Yes to following ..

Then Yes to confirm for next popup screen.

Configure (Enable) push base client installation (remote).

Click on Sites then click on our site from right windows and Click on “Client Installation Setting” follow by Client Push Installation.

Just follow the following steps:

Here you can use Administrator account or your custom account.

Now selecting “All Systems” should show you those client has been joined to the domain and discovered by SCCM.

Right click on the client computer name and click on ‘Install Client” from popup menu.

SCCM client installation should kick in at the client machine.

Following screen shows SCCM client installation process sis running on the client machine.

SCCM Client has been install on following Windows 7 computer.

Now you can manger above client for other purposes. See my next post for the “installation of SCCM EndPoint Protection” using SCCM.

Note: installation of SCCM EndPoint Protection post contains steps for Windows updates (WSUS) and “Creation of System Collection” (grouping different client type based on Query Rules).


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Robiul has 15 years of continuous successful career experience in ICT with extensive background in System Engineering, IT infrastructure design, operations and service delivery, managing IT projects / MIS functions for local and multi-national companies with in-depth knowledge of multiple operating systems as well as construct / manage small to medium size Data Center. Proven ability to design and implement medium to semi-large scale LAN/WAN/WLAN and system infrastructures. Academic qualification: Master of Science in Information Systems. Professional certifications are: MCSE, CCNA, ITIL and FoundStone Security Professional, VCP, NetAPP, CISSP etc.
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