Sccm 2016 device collections not updating

We’ll cover it all in the next sections of this post. If you want to deploy Windows 10 computers using SCCM 2012, there’s a couple of things to know : Windows Automated Deployment Kit (ADK)You need the Windows 10 ADK to capture and deploy Windows 10 devices.

If you want to regroup your Windows 10 devices in a collection using a query, Windows 10 version is 10.0. You probably already have Windows 8.1 ADK installed on your SCCM Servers.

Too many incremental update can really slow down all collection membership evaluation.

It means that the collection will periodically evaluate new resources only, and does not execute a Full Update Membership.For some reason my SCCM collections are refusing to update. My scope is domain machines and that portion is working fine. has been updated to include the LTSB version of Windows 10 as an official supported OS.The official statement from Microsoft is : These service packs (R2 SP1/SP2) deliver full compatibility with existing features for Windows 10 deployment, upgrade, and management.New machines are getting thrown into the default collection, but anytime I try to move them into a user created collection they refuse to move and I just get an hourglass on the bottom right of the destination collection. I've also tried modifying the rules to make these computers memebers and that refuses to work too. Essentially right now I cannot move any computer to any collection, but the All Systems/All Clients collection are picking up new computers no problems. Are you looking for a GUI tool which tells you about collection evaluations happening at your primary site? Normally, we need to look at and Coll to check whether there is any issue in collection evaluation and there is some backlog in Coll 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.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.

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