SCCM 2012 R2 Slow Collection Refresh/Membership Update

 

 

If you are having problems with collections taking a long time to refresh membership, it is very possible that you have incremental updates or collection membership evaluation schedule set of happen frequently on a large number of collections.

Rule of thumb:

  • limit incremental collection evaluation to no more than 200  collections
  • limit colection evaluation schedule to no more than 1 time in 4 hours.

See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg699372.aspx

So now you have 1600 collections set at incremental updates, what do you do? You could manually change each and every collection... that will take days, so I slapped together a powershell script to do it for you. In this script it does not change the Membership Evaluation for the default collection or "*All Systems" since I need those to stay incremental. you will need to set the $SMSProvider variable in the beginning of the script to the server that has the SMS provider. Normally this is the Primary site server or SQL server. Also change the  $SiteCode variable to your SCCM site code. :

 

$SMSProvider="<SMSPrivider ServerName>"

$SiteCode="<SiteCode>"

Function create-ScheduleToken {

$SMS_ST_RecurInterval = "SMS_ST_RecurInterval"

$class_SMS_ST_RecurInterval = [wmiclass]""

$class_SMS_ST_RecurInterval.psbase.Path ="\\$SMSProvider\ROOT\SMS\Site_$($SiteCode):$($SMS_ST_RecurInterval)"

 

$script:scheduleToken = $class_SMS_ST_RecurInterval.CreateInstance()

if($scheduleToken)

{

$scheduleToken.DayDuration = 0

$scheduleToken.DaySpan = 1

$scheduleToken.HourDuration = 0

$scheduleToken.HourSpan = 0

$scheduleToken.IsGMT = $false

$scheduleToken.MinuteDuration = 0

$scheduleToken.MinuteSpan = 0

$scheduleToken.StartTime = (Convert-NormalDateToConfigMgrDate $startTime)

}

 

}

 

Function Convert-NormalDateToConfigMgrDate {

[CmdletBinding()]

param (

[parameter(Mandatory=$true, ValueFromPipeline=$true)]

[string]$starttime

)

return [System.Management.ManagementDateTimeconverter]::ToDMTFDateTime($starttime)

}

[datetime]$startTime = [datetime]::Today

import-module ($Env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH.Substring(0,$Env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH.Length-5) + '\ConfigurationManager.psd1')

Get-WmiObject sms_collection -computer "$SMSProvider" -namespace "root\SMS\Site_$($SiteCode)" | foreach {

 

$Coll = [wmi] $_.__Path

if (($Coll.RefreshType -eq 4 -or $Coll.RefreshType -eq 6) -and $coll.Name -notlike "*All Systems" -and $coll.CollectionID -notlike "SMS*") {

 

write-host $Coll.CollectionID "`t" $Coll.Name

 

$coll.RefreshType =2

create-ScheduleToken

$coll.RefreshSchedule=$scheduleToken

$coll.put()

}

}

 

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