These are listed in the class For starters I filtered the packages after Status being 2 or 3 but there is no obvious property containing the name of the Distribution Point, only the property Server NALPath.After some more digging on MSDN I found the WMI class SMS_Distribution Point Info which can be used to retrieve the Name and the Server NALPath for a distribution point. So for starters, get the Distribution Point info: $Query = "Select NALPath, Name From SMS_Distribution Point Info Where Server Name Like '%$Dist Point%'" $Distribution Point = @(Get-Wmi Object -Namespace "root SMSSite_$Site Code" -Query $Query) $Server Nal Path = $Distribution Point.In-console updates update your infrastructure to the latest version of Configuration Manager.

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Now I just have to loop through each of the failed packages and set the property “Refresh Now” to True and call the method Put to apply my new setting: This will tell System Center Configuration Manager that the packages should be refreshed now.

Do you know what the difference between updating a distribution point and refreshing a distribution point is in SCCM 2007?

When using this, keep in mind the changing of the source versions, as this might cause issues if you have different versions of the packages at your distribution points, causing content mismatch.

Make sure that all your Distribution Points update to the new version.

NALPath On the first row I use the operator ‘Like’ which in WQL supports wildcarding by using “%” and regex-like syntax (more on that to come).

On the second row I use a trick to return the result in an array, that is what the @() is all about.This way I get the property Count on $Distribution Point even if the query only returns one item.Then I need to find all failed or retrying packages in that Distribution Point.Configuration Manager uses an in-console service method called Updates and Servicing.This in-console method makes it easy to find and install recommended updates for your Configuration Manager infrastructure.Use the latest baseline version when you install a new site in a new hierarchy.