Downgrade SCCM Client to SMS Client

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SCCM 2007
SMS 2003
Systems Management Server
Systems Management Server 2003
Hi,

I'll be transferring some SCCM clients to a child site using SMS 2003, however since they have the history of having SCCM clients, eventhough I already uninstalled it, it still doesn't accept the installation for SMS 2003 client, since its a lower version.

Is there a way that I can do to fix this? I need to install the sms clients. Hope you can help me.



Software/Hardware used:
SMS 2003,SCCM 2007

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  • jane0323
    HI rechil, The SCCM and SMS are already setup. SCCM is ok, however SMS, we still can't seem to find a way about the clients. Since it still see the SCCM client, wherein we are trying to downgrade the client to SMS Advance Client.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    When u execute install/upgrade the clients u might be not used AUTO for SMSSITECODE, try checking for this. Also, u may need to clean out the old site entries in AD. Also u may try check the log file as.... %windir%system32ccmsetupccmsetup.log for errors.
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