We hit this because there is no time between evaluations of the same collection where the service is idle and the cache is cleared. Run Update Hourly (see the attached ZIP file) to increase the schedule interval.
Alternatively you can use the following method to increase the interval of the updates, giving the process more time to complete: 1. The case I was working on had the most collections updating every 59 minutes so we tweaked the script Update Hourly to update the schedule from minutes to hours.
The scheduler for creating update package can be fine-grained configured.
It is possible for example to create update package automatically every second Tuesday of each month.
This is a known issue with the hotfix (KB982400) that can occur when Coll Eval is overly taxed and thus has no idle time.
The thread performing collection evaluation has a cache of collections that it has processed in the past.
In this part I will create an Automatic Deployment Rule to update Windows Server 2012 R2.
The Client Center for Configuration Manager provides a quick and easy overview of client settings, including running services and Agent settings in a good, easy to use user interface.Unfortunately this means that if the collection gets modified the new rules will not be read until the entire list gets emptied out.The issue will resolve itself under two scenarios: – If the Sms Exec service is restarted for any reason (service restart, reboot, etc) then we have to read in the new collection details once it starts back up and the new query will be used.Message ID 576, 578, & 579: Possible reasons for this message: The Windows Server that SCCM was installed on was promoted to a Domain Controller after the installation or installation occurred on a Domain Controller that was demoted to a Member server.This process interferes with the SCCM accounts created at setup.