Autodesk 2017 Serial Number Collection using SCCM

Autodesk AutoCAD Logo

NOTE: The Autodesk 2019 Product Key Collection is now available by clicking here.

If you are using our Autodesk 2017 serial number collection guide, you may notice that some of your machines are not correctly reporting the serial numbers that are on your client machines.

This can be because the hardware delta has found a mismatch in the information and gets itself into a bit of a mess.

To fix it, you need to run a full hardware inventory on any of the effected machines (or on all machines if you want, depending on the size of your SCCM environment).

The easier way to do this is to download ConfigMgr Right Click Tools, install it on your console machine, select the machines or collections you want to run a full hardware scan on and away you go.

This will then send a command to all the machines telling them to forget their delta hardware and carry out a full hardware scan, this will then eventually start to filter through to your SCCM database and your reports will start to update correctly.

USEFUL LINKS

ConfigMgr Right Click Tools Download

Autodesk 2017 Serial Number Collector

COMMENTS

If you have any comments, feedback or questions on this post, please feel free to use our comments system below.

Free Subscription!Subscribe to our site to receive updates via email!

Enter your email address below and click the Subscribe button to receive email notifications about new and exciting downloads available through our website at https://www.techygeekshome.com

You will also receive notifications about new technical guides, latest news and MSI installer downloads that are available through our blog here at https://blog.techygeekshome.info 

We will not spam you and we will not pass on any of your details to anyone else. We tend to post new content once or twice a week.

Join 232 other subscribers

You can unsubscribe any time you like.

About A.J. Armstrong

Founder of TechyGeeksHome and Head Editor for over eight years! IT expert in multiple areas for over 20 years. Sharing experience and knowledge whenever possible! Making IT Happen.

View all posts by A.J. Armstrong