What does this mean "No ConfigPoints found for rule"

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I have a baseline that is failing on about 100 machines, the other 1000+ machines ran it and are now compliant. When I check one of the machines that it is failing on, I see this error in the DCMReporting.log file:

 

 

No ConfigPoints found for rule:System Center Configuration Manager.ScopeId_252955F2_1434_473F_A2F5_FC4B4E2CA0B0_Baseline_b241a9ab_a6ed_4fd0_864e_657b5e1b2cc3_Platform_PolicyDocument.2.Platform_Rule_ScopeId_252955F2_1434_473F_A2F5_FC4B4E2CA0B0_Baseline_b241a9ab_a6ed_4fd0_864e_657b5e1b2cc3_2

 

 

 Eventually followed by:

 

 

Conformant Rule:5fed7d11_23e5_46ef_9648_ec05eb82e271__ScopeId_252955F2_1434_473F_A2F5_FC4B4E2CA0B0_Baseline_b241a9ab_a6ed_4fd0_864e_657b5e1b2cc3_2_Configuration_PolicyDocument not found

 

 

I have re-installed the agent numerous times and still get this error. What is the SCCM agent trying to tell me?

6 Replies
No one else has seen this?

the error suggests an issue with your boundaries. Are you only using ip ranges for boundaries?

Thanks for responding. I didn't set it up and I'm not trained on it. I'm learning as I go...
I'm not sure what you mean by 'up ranges'.
We have sites and ip address ranges in our boundaries and several groups in the boundary groups.
Autocorrect. ip ranges... fixed the typo

So for clarity, you are only using ip ranges, no AD sites or IP subnets. Just IP ranges.
Ah! Thanks. No, we have both ip ranges and sites in our boundries.
Ok, so get rid of the ad sites and only use ip ranges.