Using SCCM DCM Feature to monitor GPO application in the environment


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The Issue

A Common issue that keeps being experienced across customer sites, is the application of Group Policies on machines

By default when a GPO is created and linked, it should apply to all the machines that the policy was linked to, and in most cases this works pretty perfectly, however, how do you know when this is not happening?

There may be multiple reasons why the GPO’s are not applying, whether it be a corrupt-policy cache, or timing out when downloading the Policy on slower links for instance. For most of the larger environments, you do not have an easy way to check the application of the policies across your entire estate, and manually going to machines, running GPResult /h is not feasible.

This is where we can start using the DCM feature of SCCM to help you.

Desired Configuration Management in SCCM is a mechanism where we deploy…

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