We've come across a strange occurance. We have it setup where our default organization routes PCs to other organizations, but is also used for management. For some reason when a smart label is applied to a PC, that's designated to be filtered to another organization, it doesn't. It's only after remove the smart label(s) from the designated PC that it gets filtered, and only seems to be done by hand.

One of the things we are thinking is creating a new default org for filtering the PCs.

Any ideas as to why and if there is a fix for it?

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A smart label can label a machine in inventory in the ORG it exists in.

An organization filter can route machines that have never checked in to check in to a designated organization. A machine already in an organization will not change it's org based on a filter, but you can move (copy) the machine to the other org and delete the left over record.

I'm not able to interpret your logic here just based on this post but does that information help?
Answered 02/03/2011 by: GillySpy
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