Last days I noticed that ALL clients are showing inactive at the System Center Configuration Manager R2 Console. After doing some research I end up to this article:
This article is related to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 RTM and it says that the SP1 will solve the issue. But I have SCCM 2012 R2 and still having this problem. Hopefully the second part of the Resolution paragraph solved my issue instantly.
The resolution is to recreate the Management Point role:
- Under Servers and Site System Roles, select the server that is hosting the failing management point.
- Right-click the Management Point role, and then select Remove Role.
- Monitor the MPSetup.log on the Management Point server to make sure that the removal is complete.
- Right-click the same server, and then select Add Site System Roles.
- In the wizard, select the Management Point role, and then monitor the MPSetup.log on the Management Point server to make sure that the reinstallation is complete.
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