Wednesday, November 14, 2018

SCCM 'Client certificate' value set to 'None' can be a Metered Network Connection set to Off


As you can see 'Client certificate' value is set to 'None'. I verified all port connection to MP and delete previous certificate 19c5cf9* in C:\ProgramDate\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys but always same problem
























finally, client log "CcmMessaging.log" permit to help to find solution
Request to http://SRAADEVY01CM101.accor.net/ccm_system/request cannot be fulfilled since use of metered network is not allowed.
Post to http://SRAADEVY01CM101.accor.net/ccm_system/request failed with 0x87d00231.
Request to http://SRAADEVY01CM101.accor.net/ccm_system_windowsauth/request cannot be fulfilled since use of metered network is not allowed.
Post to http://SRAADEVY01CM101.accor.net/ccm_system_windowsauth/request failed with 0x87d00231. 
 

 Metered network is a Windows 10 functionnality which permit to limit data in an Internet connection. Cellular data connections are set as metered by default. Wi-Fi and Ethernet network connections can be set to metered but aren't by default

 Verification on computer
 

 That's the problem:Metered connection is ON  (for a desktop workstation what a weird configuration...surely an human mistake)

So change Metered to OFF




 In CertificateMaintenance.Log file
Creating Signing Certificate...
Successfully created certifcate
Creating Encryption Certificate...Successfully created certifcate



 And now all seems OK


























This is the 1st time I see this problem.I suppose this computer has been installed using an offline installation, or SCCM client have been installed after some other configuration. And SCCM registration NOT work and NOT cummunicate if your are on a metered network.



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