Sccm collection membership not updating
The next step is to create a group and a collection.In Active Directory Users and Computers, create a new security group.Delta discovery will ensure that new/updated resources are updated within SCCM.Enabling delta discovery for Active Directory groups With both of these settings configured, SCCM will be able to see our Active Directory resources.Click OK until you are back at the Device Collection Wizard.If you want this collection to update quickly, enable incremental updates.Specify System Resource as the attribute class and System Group Name as the attribute.
Deploying a preexisting application to our AD linked collection The steps above can be quite repetitive if you need to create many AD-based collections. The script below has served our organization well; I hope it helps you.To save time, we are going to assume that you have already imported an MSI into SCCM.If you haven’t yet created an application in SCCM, start with this article and then come back.Head back to the Configuration Manager console and navigate to Assets and Compliance/Device Collections. For standardization, name your new collection the same as your security group. In the screenshot below, my APP_Adobe Flash Player collection is limited to All Desktop and Server Clients: Create Device Collection Wizard On the Membership Rules page, select Add Rule – Query Rule. Because you likely won’t have multiple query rules, you don’t need to get very specific with the name.Under Edit Query Statement, select Criteria and Add (star button), and then press Select.