The computer-specific MOF file for computer 16srv03 does not exist in the curren

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    Asif India
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    My goal is to install webserver on 16SRV03
    My pull server – > 16Srv52 (I have mof and checksum file)
    All servers are 2016 Server
    I am running the below on 16SRV02 and i get error

    "The computer-specific MOF file for computer 16srv03 does not exist in the current"

    if I remove computer name run like this

    "Set-DscLocalConfigurationManager -path C:\DSC -Verbose"

    it installs the webserver on 16SRV02 but I want to install webserver on 16SRV03. What am I doing wrong

    [DscLocalConfigurationManager()]
    Configuration SampleRegistrationMetaConfig
    {
    Settings
    {
    RefreshFrequencyMins = 30;
    RefreshMode = "PULL";
    ConfigurationMode = "ApplyAndAutoCorrect";
    AllowModuleOverwrite = $true
    RebootNodeIfNeeded = $true
    ConfigurationModeFrequencyMins = 60;
    }

    ConfigurationRepositoryWeb ConfigurationManager
    {
    ServerURL = "http://16SRV52:8080/PSDSCPullServer.svc"
    RegistrationKey = "acf8a52e-47d6-49c8-9486-7262def4c2fd"
    ConfigurationNames = @("InstallWebServer")
    AllowUnsecureConnection = $true

    }

    }
    SampleRegistrationMetaConfig -OutputPath C:\DSC
    Set-DscLocalConfigurationManager -Computer 16srv03 -path C:\DSC -Verbose

    #36240
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    Jeremy Murrah
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    check your output folder, but I think that config is creating a localhost.meta.mof file. Because you're specifying a remote computer to run that config, it's looking for computername.meta.mof. You can either rename your localhost.meta.mof file, or add the nodename to your configuration

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