How to Sccm query Mac from active network?

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I'm new to SQL and I'm getting an error from sccm osd and failing to find any task sequences on an active network.

How do I sccm query mac from active network?

Suggestions would be highly appreciated.

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Best Answer by Thomas C Saucedo
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How to Sccm query Mac from active network?

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Hello Steven,

Thank you very much for trusting us. As you are having error in doing SCCM query mac from active network, you can solve it very easily.

You can go to SCCM client center and ask for a solution. SCCM Client Center is a tool designed for IT Professionals to troubleshoot SCCM Client related issues. The SCCM Client Center provides a quick and easy overview of client settings, including running services and SCCM settings in a good, easy to use, user interface. So I think they will definitely solve your problem.

You can go to this and simply run this.

Hopefully I could help you.

Thank you

Berta R Cahill

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Answered By 30 points N/A #158004

How to Sccm query Mac from active network?

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Hello I've learned Sccm 2012 SP1 supports non windows such MAC/LINUX, here are new offerings for visual heavyweight parallels in the MAC world / world. Discover Mac desktops in Microsoft SCCM with Parallels Management, kindly check this Parallel Management a kind of plugins and agents that allows OS X machine audit and manage inside Microsofts SCCM console. Try to open this on TUAW.com and learn more about this plugins.

Another source: A procedures on how SQL server works for MAC OS X. hope this application could give you cleared ideas why are you encountering errors. {BE AWARE of system requirements before launching, it might cause trouble in operation when compatibility issues occur} Download NAVICAT SQL for Mac OS X. -On the first image below dialog boxes are shown which will guide you what exact tab should be pressed off on how will you getting started on this server. Next, well-designed visual SQL builder and editor; it has shown here two separate portions this includes: The upper portion called "Graphical View" and the lower portion called "Syntax View" that lets you creates, edits, queries and views even if you are unaware on how to use this kind of admin tool.

These are just part of features and functions of SQL for MAC OS x. goes to NAVICAT.COM then follow full procedures to deep in your knowledge in operating SQL on an active server.

 

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