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I understand that if there is no account on the Accounts tab of the client push installation properties, SCCM will take full advantage of the site server computer account to install the ConfigMgr client. It only fails in the following scenario:
I need a global group called SMSAdmins. This group contains the site Web server computer account (WCAS131). This global mass resides in the local admin community on all of my client computers. In this case, installation of the push cartridge will fail. The ccm.log displays:
—> ERROR: Could not connect to all shares \XPFIVE admin $ with account “Machine $$
—> ERROR: Target computer for request: “BLAGDSAD”, tool name: “XPFIVE”, code: error 5 not available $$
If I add the device account for WCAS131 to the surrounding Client Computer Administrators group, the installation is successful.
Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?
If I add the task_sms_client account, which is a set of SMSAdmins, to the list of accounts for client push installation, the installation will certainly succeed.
I was able to reproduce this behavior in two different SCCM 2007 configurations. Am I working something wrong, or is this a better bug?