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  2. Thank you Garth. I will explain this to the Server admins who built it
  3. 60 GB for C:\ is a bit small IMO. I use a minimum of 127 GB. 10 GB for the Page is tiny! With 128 Ram I would use a minimum of 350 GB for the Swap file. 4.8 TB is not a lot of space these days. Instead of doing RAID 50, I would be more inclined to do RAID 5 or maybe RAID6. If you are going to stay with RAID 50 then get bigger drivers.
  4. The old admin setup the current structure. I want to migrate to a new single primary. As I am very new to this I wanted to simplify as I didnt see the need for a CAS. The pro9mary server will be set with 2 arrays. 1 made out of the 2 SSDs support a 60 GB C: drive (OS) and a 10 GB D: drive (PageFile). The other array would be a RAID 50 for the SAS HDDs. This will mean approximately 4.8 TBs of useable space for an E: drive (for the SCCM application and SQL) about 1 TB and the remaining 3.8 TBs for the software share/update repository/etc.With 128 GB of memory
  5. report for licenses

    Have you looked at the built in reports for this.
  6. Thanks Jorgen. I followed this guide and others similar to it. For some reason the script under the Detection Method is not working making the installation to fail, it looks like it has an issue to locate the information under %LocalAppdata%\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive\OneDrive Exe... Thanks again.
  7. hi how to know the computer's which have a licenses software .
  8. Last week
  9. why have a CAS and two primary sites?
  10. Why spin out the MP? I'd put it all on the same server and keep the DP "local" to the clients (on the same LAN, if possible). 3,000 clients is well within the capabilities of a single Primary, assuming you've specified your Primary hardware correctly.
  11. It's my understanding that the purpose of importing drivers in the WSUS DB is for the purpose of deploying to machines that are already built/imaged, not to supplement the actual imaging process. What you could try is imaging the computer with a completely "vanilla" build&capture image, see what drivers are missing after the imaging process and then just download these drivers and create a drivers package or deploy using the dism command against a standard package (my preferred method). I'm kinda surprised that you don't have some set of hardware "standards" that you maintain, this makes it a lot easier to manage your hardware inventory and imaging processes, but if you don't, you don't. Another suggestion is t try and determine what is the most common model of machine that you intend to image, prepare a TS for that model alone. That at least targets the maximum number of "default" machines in your org. Personally the Task Sequences i manage handle over 35 different models of machine from 4 different manufacturers. This is reasonably manageable for me. I wouldn't try and get a "magic" bullet solution that will fit every possible scenario, it most likely doesn't exist here.
  12. So I'm trying this query. It indicates all packages in the TS are distributed to the correct DP. However the TS Media wizard still insists that one package is missing. I've even selected the TS and don a 'Distribute Content' to the DP. Going to check all versions on the Applications that are referenced. Ugh.
  13. Thanks for the update. Yes I have been manually uploading to the server as well and it's working fine.
  14. I just wanted to stop by and say thanks for this! I really think that something like this should be included as standard in ConfigMgr. Snyggt värre, tack! /P-H
  15. I am currently working with a client on a complete Configuration Manager build out, and I have encountered an odd issue which I have not seen before. For some reason, any deployments targeting user collections are not showing up in the Software Center. The new Software Center is enabled in Client Settings and correctly loading. These deployments do show up correctly in the Application Catalog Website. The installs can be triggered from the website successfully, added to the Software Center from there, and install fine. The organization name correctly renders in the new Software Center. After upgrading from 1706 to 1710, the custom color scheme I set is also not applying, and the original issue persists. Any assistance on this would be appreciated. If someone has the answer, I'll owe them multiple beers at MMS 2018. Thanks
  16. it's OK it works by going through a local backup of the capture before manually copying it to the WDS server. it does not solve the problem but bypasses it hope that Microsoft makes a quick fix
  17. Hello everyone here is the answer from microsoft support: Hello, We have worked on this problem and we have succeeded in reproducing the behavior you are experiencing. We are still working to find out why this is happening, but it will probably take time. For the moment, as a workaround and not to prevent the deployment of Windows 10, I propose to use the local upload for the .wim image. Do not check the "Upload image to Windows Deployment Services server (optional)" option and save the .wim file to the machine. Then copy the .wim to the WDS server and continue with the deployment.
  18. Either the user account running Configuration Manager Setup does not have sysadmin SQL Server role permissions on the SQL Server instance selected for site database installation, or the SQL Server instance could not be contacted to verify permissions. Setup cannot continue.
  19. Yes, CMCB will inventory what is installed on each computer. But you will not know what Lickey was used to install it. Importing the CVS only allow you to use a report to see over and under numbers, but I have never found it all the useful.
  20. Hi, This is good place to start.. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/paulodias/2016/05/24/how-to-deploy-onedrive-next-generation-sync-client-with-sccm/ associating the Onedrive client with a business tenant can be done using a Group Policy. Regards, Jörgen
  21. no don't go changing stuff in WSUS, it's ConfigMgr's job to do that, you can do an inplace os upgrade, it's supported, but you'll have to uninstall WSUS first
  22. I am using SCCM 1706 and am trying to apply a TS from software center to convert BIOS from Legacy to UEFI, re-partition drive using MBR2GPT then reboot into UEFI Mode then activate TPM and enable bitlocker. My TS runs everything fine from within the OS then reboots. Once Windows comes back it just sits at the login screen and it does not complete the TS. If I login immediately after the reboot it activates the TPM then fails at enable bitlocker. Is there a way for it to complete the TS without having to login?
  23. Thanks for the reply! That is pretty much what I came up with too. Just so I understand (I know that the company will ask), If you set it up, sccm will track what software you have installed on each machine. Is that about it? I have read about an option of uploading a csv with licensing info. What would the purpose be?
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