Our devices have the SMSSLP value present in there registry with incorrect address. I have checked the Client Push Installation Properties. The SMSSLP parameter was indeed there so I deleted it. It also was in the "Setup Windows and Configuration manager" step in our TS's. This parameter is obsolete for a while and besides that we don't need to specify it any more.
Now when I delete this value from registry, it automatically at some point comes back after for example a client push or upgrade of the client.
When i look at the LastSuccessfullInstallParams value under HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\CCMSETUP the SMSSLP parameter with incorrect address is present in that value. This makes me believe that the SMSSLP parameter is stored somewhere else or is gathered from the server. I have no clue as to where this is coming from. That incorrect IP address is not found anywhere else in registry besides the SMSSLP value and CCMSEUP string.
What i do see is failures that relate to that specific address in LocationServices.log.
The incorrect address is read from registry: "Retrieved MP [IP address] from Registry" and errors regarding sending of status and data are observed in log.
Anyone have any clue why this is happening and how i get rid of this SMSSLP value and data?
I have looked in every relevant setting in SCCM but can't find any reference to this SMSSLP and address any more. But still, after client push with uninstall this keeps coming back.....