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SCCM Boundaries - IP Subnets and Subnet Masks
Thursday, May 31, 2012 10:51 AM
When it comes to SCCM Boundaries and entering in IP Subnets with their Subnet Masks is pretty simple until some time down the road when you can't remember what Subnet Mask you entered in. It doesn't display the subnet mask when you go back into the properties of an IP Subnet. It's gone.. I did create a SQL report today and would like to see if some of you report gurus think this is the correct report to use or if you have a better one. Here is the code: (I Know I don't need the NAC.)
NAC.DNSHostName0 <> 'NULL' and NAC.DefaultIPGateway0 <> 'NULL'
the IpSubnet0 returns the IP Subnet mask I believe. This report returns all the systems I have in our organization. Sort of messy. I would rather just report on the IP Subnets I have entered in the SCCM Boundaries.
?I have noticed inside the hman.log file on the server that when you add an IP Subnet to sccm, it seems to keep trying to add IP Subnets that I have entered in a long time ago. There is only a handful of these IP Subnets that are showing up. The pcs with these boundaries are receiving sccm patches and packages. Is the fix for this is to remove it wait until inside the hman.log file says it has removed the ip subnet and then re add it? I haven't tried that yet.