It can happen that we pull our hair out on this problem, a user wants to install an application, but the latter gets stuck in the Software Center on 0% download.
In the C: \ Windows \ ccmcache folder, there is a temporary folder, but it is empty.
This problem generally comes from a problem with Boundaries, but it can also come from a problem at the level of the distribution point or the client workstation which is no longer quite authenticated as it should be in the domain.
- Check in Monitoring> Distribution Status> Distribution Point Configuration Status that everything is green
- Check the Boundaries in Administration -> Boundaries
- Check that the application is well published in the distribution point (s).
- Verify that the SCCM client is functional
- Check that the PC is connected to the domain and that there is no trust relationship problem
- If everything is OK try to reinstall it or réparer
- If loss of domain relation, remove the PC from the domain and enter it again
- I recommend experimenting to clear the SCCM client cache once the problem is solved
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