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How to Stop a SCCM Client Rollout

 

There may come a time where you rollout the SCCM client installation to a large number of clients and you begin to notice that it is flooding you network traffic. You need to stop this from happening. When you begin to push out the client the push generates a .CCR file (Client Configuration Request) file for each client you are pushing the configmgr client software to. If you ever need to stop the client installation process you must delete the .ccr files.

To locate these files, browse to your Microsoft Configuration Manager installation folder and look for a folder “inboxes”. As you can see in the example below you will need to delete the .CCR files. DO NOT delete the folders.

You can also browse within these folders:

Inproc – Installation requests currently in progress.

Bad – Failed installation requests.

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