Updating component registration error
SCCM_Site Systemto Site Server Connection_ The messages are related to registry access permissions. Message ID 600: In an SCCM 2007 environment of any size, slow processing of client data files may occur – specifically those from hardware inventory, software inventory, and discovery data records (MIF, NHM, SID, SIC, DDR).Verify that proper permissions are set for SCCM to update the registry keys. The slow processing can lead to backlogs of data in their respective inboxes.All errors related to SQL Server Access and Message ID 620 should be investigated and solved.Typically message ID 6 is generated by SQL server when it encounters invalid objects.
Please verify if IIS components are installed and configured correctly.Message ID 1080, 1081, 1084 & 1090: This message is caused because SCCM Site Component Manager does not have sufficient access rights to administer the site system.Please Verify Site System Connection accounts are properly configured to allow SCCM to administer the site system.It reads, SCCM Status Manager received a status message reported by component “Software Distribution” running on computer “Computer Name”, and the time stamp on the message is more recent than the current system time on the site server.Message ID 2302: This is due to the inability of a Site to send and update packages to a Distribution Point.
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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.