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  2. Hi @anyweb yes, exactly. Keys of workgroup clients are not stored in the MBAM tables. As far as I know, MBAM does not work with workgroup clients, but now that it is integrated in SCCM or MEM, i thought it might work.
  3. Hello this should be a simple question for a gurus like you guys I am pushing an updates at a specific time, they show up in software center fine. after dead line is reached Status Changes to Past due - Will be installed. How long before automatic installation will start the install process? Is there any way to speed up start of the installation after that message comes up?
  4. Hello, I have what might be a simple question however i am not finding an answer anywhere. I am tasked with doing the following. Reboot computers in the collection at a specific time. (I am able to do that via simple package that contain one line command to reboot them) This works fine if the computers are on the network and are online. But quite a few of our employees work from home over the weekend so therefore computers are not in the office. I am rebooting computers at 7 am Monday, what would happen if a user comes in at 9 am? Will the computer still reboot? How long after when computer is on the network should reboot be expected? Any way to speed this process up?
  5. Last week
  6. I am currently busy with a new AD structure. Basically moving accounts around, creating, re-naming, and deleting OUs, etc. There are tons of AD accounts that are being used for LDAP queries that have not been documented. Is there a way I can find out which AD accounts are linked or being used for queries by different applications?
  7. I am getting this error ""distribution manager failed to install distribution point.. Possible cause : Distribution manager does not have sufficient rights to the computer"" Could you please help on what would be the issue and solution on this.?
  8. The problem is that I can't access the Infoblox portal and it's hard to keep going back and forth. I installed WDS, but it's still not working. I'm not sure what to do aside from asking my manager to dedicate one network person so I can use trial-and-error method to figure this out.
  9. scrap that, i re-enabled [Convert]::ToBase64String($bytes) and [Convert]::FromBase64String($encodedCert) and the script is working. My issues were 2 fold, first was that I had to export the Bitlocker Managemanet cert from SQL and import it manually using certlm.msc, the second issue was that I didn't have an SQL Server Identification Cert that was named 'ConfigMgr SQL Server Identification Certificate' so I generated one... Re-ran the script again et voila Thanks again to anyweb and AS-NRY.
  10. well how are you setting it now, can you show your configured settings ?
  11. Hi Thanks for the tip, AS-NRY, it has moved my install script on somewhat but it still doesn't complete successfully. Get-CertificateFromSqlServer : Unable to export ConfigMgr SQL Server Identification Certificate from *******.***.local At F:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\bin\X64\mbamwebsiteinstaller_2.ps1:1171 char:16 + $success = Get-CertificateFromSqlServer $SqlServerName + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,Get-CertificateFromSqlServer Install-MBAMWebSites : Failure acquring SQL identity certificate. At F:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\bin\X64\mbamwebsiteinstaller_2.ps1:1324 char:5 + Install-MBAMWebSites -SqlServerName $SqlServerName -SqlInstanceNa ... + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,Install-MBAMWebSites
  12. Hi, I'm having trouble with the surface dock. I added the Surface dock ethernet driver to the boot image but can't get up to the WinPE screen to enter the password, it just reboots at preparing network connections. Pressed F8 and checked there is no network card installed. Usiing the same driver that is in windows.smsts.log Originally added this driver a month or so ago for the older Surface pro's which worked good for them. WeSMSPXE.log have some new Surface pro 7's with I am guessing a new dock and now we have this problem. We had an older version of ADT which I have updated to 1809 today. I thought it might have better support for the dock.smsts.log I have one log from last week which should be ok we basically have the same issue no matter what I try. Added the smspxe.log as well in case its useful. Let me know if you have any ideas. :) Regards, Andrew
  13. take a look at this post it should help https://sccmxpert.com/2016/09/09/infoblox-settings-for-uefi-based-os-deployment/
  14. Thanks for your quick response, but these guys don't know what to configure and neither do I. Do you know what I have to do or how? We added a filter option and I gave them the ip address of a distribution point, but it says "No boot file found..." Thanks.
  15. they need to configure infloblox using the IPv4 DHCP options node, something like this
  16. if it's already created then leave it there, it's safe to delete the contents inside as the they will get repopulated (if everything is working correctly)
  17. Hi, I am using SCCM 1902 and we recently implemented Infoblox and now I cannot deploy any Operating System. The Option 66 and 67 are active, but I asked the Network team to replace it with IP Helper address that point to the DPs, however they don't know how to do it either. I have several images and Task Sequences for different versions of Windows on all the DPs, but the clients are not picking them up. When I try to PXE boot a client, it gives me a DHCP address, Gateway, and the client's IP address and then it says the following: PXE Boot aborted. Booting to next device... PXE-M0f: Exiting Intel Boot Agent. I googled a lot, but to no avail. Any help is appreciated.
  18. I have some Dell computers that are killing the task sequence because during a reboot, they stay powered off and I have to unplug the power cable and plug it back in to get the power back on. How can I force my task sequence to continue even after such a prolonged period of being powered off?
  19. I have question about this. SCCM was set up in our college by a previous company that supported the college. As it wasn't working as it should do we took out the server that had SCCM installed and we are going to set up SCCM from scratch. As SCCM was set up before, the System Management container already exists and has the boundary range and site names in there. Is it just a case of deleting the System Management container and re-creating it or is it easier to leave the container there, delete the boundary points and other objects that are in the System management container and then just do the delegate control step to add the new SCCM server in?
  20. hi Shaq, the reason I stated that HTTPS was required was because it was in TP1905, but then it wasn't in TP1909, but in ConfigMgr 1910 Current Branch it is again, required. but... going forward I think that a future release of ConfigMgr (maybe 2002) will allow you to use eHTTP or HTTPS, that would make it much easier to use the MBAM capabilities but remember HTTPS is more secure regardless. cheers niall
  21. Hi Niall, I would like to thank you for making such detailed documents and videos. But I have a question. I have looked at your videos and your documents and I am a bit confused. Even in this document you mentioned "Update: Initially PKI/HTTPS was required (in TP1905) for BitLocker Management in SCCM, however from Technical version 1909 it was no longer required, and became optional (but recommended). For more info see this blog post. I'm including the important note from that text below. Note: Microsoft recommends but doesn't require the use of HTTPS. For more information, see How to Set Up SSL on IIS (or see my two links below)." But in the video as well as the comments you said SCCM should be in HTTPS mode. Could you please clarify? Thanks again for your detailed documentations.
  22. i think you need to look at the steps in the guide again as i just quickly looked at part 3, step 1, where i show you how to manually install roles and features, In this step you can see the BITS components that are required, did you miss it ? I've updated the original post to make it clear that both Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) and IIS Server Extension need to be selected
  23. A small update: The SQL collation errors are mine! I picked the wrong collation, there's far too many Latin variants.... I don't see a way to correct this retrospectively (I've corrected the individual databases, but the install check still fails); so I guess I'm looking at a roll back....
  24. I've got exactly the error. EDIT: My workaround for this was to disable the convert::tobase64string($bytes) and convert::frombase64string($encodedCert) commands from the PS script
  25. Well to be honest, I'm a crap scripter and avoid it where possible, so I just followed the manual steps in the guide. That's to say, I slavishly followed the manual steps and didn't change anything. As it's a lab, I even used the same variable values such as IP addressing and domain names. Errors by number: 1 + 3) SQL login. Normally we'd used mixed mode, but the manual steps specified Windows log in. I used the "current user" button in SQL administrators set up as shown in the screen shot in part 4. I did set the database engine as "SQL latin..... as shown in part 4 (which puzzled me, it's not a setting we normally play with, all our prod. databases are running the default setting, which considering the vast majority of our servers are US english OS with DK input, could be anything....). Reviewing Part 4 again, I see no instructions regarding GB108030 support, what ever that is, so I'm googling that right now to see how to remedy. 2) Publishing. I think this is a spurious warning, as I did the schema extensions and permissions as stated. 4) SQL memory. Again, this isn't something we normally fiddle with, and reviewing the article again I can see memory limits are stated in the script, but not in the manual "how-to". 5) RAM. I'll take this as just a warning as it's a laptop lab, RAM and CPU resources are quite limited. 6) No idea. I've installed the features stated, in the order stated. To be fair I haven't checked the associated script to see if it's installing more than the manual "how to". 7) as 6! Luckily I took plenty of snapshots along the way, so I can go back and try again..... (and thanks the help, by the way....)
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