Sccm 2016 distribution point not updating

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Sccm 2016 distribution point not updating

To solve this we’ll also have to escape each with a .

Both of these operations is easily done in Power Shell by using the replace operator on the $Server Nal Path: $Server Nal Path = $Distribution Point.

First I tried something like this: $Query = "Select Package ID From SMS_Package Status Dist Points Summarizer Where Server NALPath Like '$Server NALPath' AND (State = 2 OR state = 3)" $Failed Packages = Get-Wmi Object -Namespace "root SMSSite_$Site Code" -Query $Query$Site Code” -Query … Get Wmi Object Command Problem is that the Server NALPath Contains brackets “[]” which tells WQL to look for one of the chars between the brackets and that won’t find what I want.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Category Info : Invalid Argument: (:) [Get-Wmi Object], Management Exception Fully Qualified Error Id : Get WMIManagement Exception, Microsoft. The solution to this is to surround the [-char with brackets like this: “

But I had the need to resend all failed packages on a distribution point and I was in no mood to click around in the GUI so I investigated the WMI classes listed on MSDN: of all, what I am looking for is packages on a certain distribution point.NALPath -replace “([[])”,’[]” telling WQL to look for any on the chars “[“, which is just one char.

Searching for the client name in this log, you can see at the bottom there was a Delta Mismatch.

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But I had the need to resend all failed packages on a distribution point and I was in no mood to click around in the GUI so I investigated the WMI classes listed on MSDN: of all, what I am looking for is packages on a certain distribution point.

NALPath -replace “([[])”,’[$1]’ -replace “()”,‘$1′ This will make my $Server Nal Path look like this: [[]”Display=\SERVER01lcl”]MSWNET:[[]”SMS_SITE=S01″]\SERVER01lcl This looks a bit strange, but it will make my query execute without errors.

Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.

Solution Step 1: Our 1607 clients simply refused to pull updates from SCCM.

We set the Group policy to disable automatic updates and everything started working as it should.

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But I had the need to resend all failed packages on a distribution point and I was in no mood to click around in the GUI so I investigated the WMI classes listed on MSDN: of all, what I am looking for is packages on a certain distribution point.NALPath -replace “([[])”,’[$1]’ -replace “()”,‘$1′ This will make my $Server Nal Path look like this: [[]”Display=\SERVER01lcl”]MSWNET:[[]”SMS_SITE=S01″]\SERVER01lcl This looks a bit strange, but it will make my query execute without errors.Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.Solution Step 1: Our 1607 clients simply refused to pull updates from SCCM.We set the Group policy to disable automatic updates and everything started working as it should.

]’ -replace “()”,‘]” telling WQL to look for any on the chars “[“, which is just one char.

Searching for the client name in this log, you can see at the bottom there was a Delta Mismatch.

[[

But I had the need to resend all failed packages on a distribution point and I was in no mood to click around in the GUI so I investigated the WMI classes listed on MSDN: of all, what I am looking for is packages on a certain distribution point.

NALPath -replace “([[])”,’[$1]’ -replace “()”,‘$1′ This will make my $Server Nal Path look like this: [[]”Display=\SERVER01lcl”]MSWNET:[[]”SMS_SITE=S01″]\SERVER01lcl This looks a bit strange, but it will make my query execute without errors.

Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.

Solution Step 1: Our 1607 clients simply refused to pull updates from SCCM.

We set the Group policy to disable automatic updates and everything started working as it should.

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But I had the need to resend all failed packages on a distribution point and I was in no mood to click around in the GUI so I investigated the WMI classes listed on MSDN: of all, what I am looking for is packages on a certain distribution point.NALPath -replace “([[])”,’[$1]’ -replace “()”,‘$1′ This will make my $Server Nal Path look like this: [[]”Display=\SERVER01lcl”]MSWNET:[[]”SMS_SITE=S01″]\SERVER01lcl This looks a bit strange, but it will make my query execute without errors.Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.Solution Step 1: Our 1607 clients simply refused to pull updates from SCCM.We set the Group policy to disable automatic updates and everything started working as it should.

′ This will make my $Server Nal Path look like this: [[]”Display=\SERVER01lcl”]MSWNET:[[]”SMS_SITE=S01″]\SERVER01lcl This looks a bit strange, but it will make my query execute without errors.Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.Solution Step 1: Our 1607 clients simply refused to pull updates from SCCM.We set the Group policy to disable automatic updates and everything started working as it should.

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Re-running the summarization and refreshing has not worked over a period of hours.

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