|Offline or Users on vacation.||Machines are in offline or Users are in long vacations leave.|
|Client Binary corruption.||Configuration Manager client agent corrupted.|
|Admin$ Issue.||Account Permission access issues.|
|WMI Issue.||Windows Management Instrumentation classes corrupted.|
|SCCM Client Service or Required services are not running.||SCCM Client services or required services are not running or disabled.|
|Operating System Issue.||Operating System registry or DDL file corrupted.|
|Domain Name Resolution (DNS Issue).||DNS resolution issue.|
|Change of Network or Port level issue.||Changes happened in network or SCCM required ports are not enabled on that Network.|
|Machines are Disabled in AD.||Machines are currently disabled in active directory.|
Best Practice to Increase Client Health
|Active Directory Objects Comparison.||Compare Active Directory objects with SCCM database and cleanup disabled and not in AD objects from SCCM database.|
|Active Directory Active Objects.||Count of Active machines in AD and compare with SCCM Database.|
|Network changes check.||Verify Boundaries and Boundaries group in SCCM (Best Practice to use AD sites).|
|DNS server check||Scavenge stale record in DNS, Enable registration of address.|
|Group policy remediation.||Use out of box SCCM GPO’s for client installation and site assignment.|
|Client connectivity.||Verify DHCP Scopes.|
|Configure Client Health remediation script to automate client issues (PFE remediation).||Configure remediation scripts.|
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