Hi I'm from Rwanda. I also experienced the same issue. But after making AD cleaning (removing devices in AD that are no longer active), I managed to get the exact number of machines as that on the network. However, my issue now is that out of 169 machines on the network, only 23 can be displayed in the Volume Licensing section. What might be the reason for other devices' licensing status not displayed/
The common failure types are listed in this TechNet Wiki article with explanations as to what they usually mean. For failures related to authentication, you can use WBEMTEST, which I've made a video tutorial on, to troubleshoot the connection faster. The instructions are found in this TechNet Wiki article.
The "extra" machines that you discovered are probably stale computer objects in your Active Directory.
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