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  2. I also have the same problems with script.
  3. from the log and look at this, further down in the log so have you defined maintenance windows here ?
  4. Hello, I have Windows 10 Enterprise 20H2 with Office 354 pro Plus .I'm trying to deploy office 365 updates through SCCM current branch 2010 give me error code (0X87D0024A) The job is already connected and another update give me (0X87D00668) Software update still detected as actionable after apply I tried two updates but both of them has failed. this is from ConfigMgr Side. If i tried to install from software center it give me 0x87D0024A(-2016411062) i have attahe the log file from Config manager and the client machine. ApiClient.dll DLL file is exist . I have this issue with all office
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  6. looks like you have the same problem as this guy, have you tried contacting Dell about it ?
  7. I have problem with Dell catalog. I use MECM 2010 with Hotfix Rollup (KB4600089). The HP catalog works fine. I can publish Third-Party Software Update Content for both catalogs. The Download and Deploy operations also work properly with the HP catalog. If I select download on the selected Dell content, then everything looks OK, but SCCM does not actually perform the download operation and the "Dell driver package" folder is empty. I tried subscribe and unsubscribe Dell catalog, but it had no effect. The wsyncmgr.log and SMS_ISVUPDATES_SYNCAGENT.log do not contain any errors :(.
  8. You could try this Powershell command: Get-PhysicalDisk | Select FriendlyName,MediaType,DeviceID The mediatype should report back with 'SSD' or HDD'. Maybe you can build in a condition in the step to only run if it is an SSD. edit: in this blog somebody created a more extended script: https://www.vacuumbreather.com/index.php/blog/item/72-dynamically-select-ssd-drive-for-os-installation. It is made for MDT but it looks like it should also work for SCCM.
  9. from what I can see it looks like it's related to software updates that were approved but are no longer downloadable from Microsoft, hence the 404, so start looking in that direction
  10. there are two reasons, if you deploy this as required to your autopilot devices then how will you know when to run it, when deployed to users you can look for the username and make sure it doesn't match defaultuser0 (the user account used by windows during autopilot oobe), to ignore that user and only do actions based on a valid user, you could probably use this method in your scenario but you'll need to get creative in adapting it, or start targeting users you could do it by verifying that the logged on user is NOT defaultuser0 and that there is a logged on user, sounds weir
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  12. Any particular reason to deploy to users? We don't have an Autopilot users group as we don't know who will be getting an Autopiloted device. I have dynamic groups for all Autopilot devices and for specific group tags. Any downside you can see to deploying to All Autopilot Devices? I've been searching for a way to exclude Completed Autopilot Devices from app and configuration deployments and I'm hoping this is the solution.
  13. well you could create a powershell script to check the size of both discs and find out which is smaller, should be easy to do, and based on that set an sccm variable which will govern whether the partition disk step runs on that disk or not
  14. Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, the config is not consistent on these systems. For example, some will have have the SSD as drive 1 and a SATA drive 0. Some will have the inverse. Is there a way that I can consistently make the smaller of the hard drives, the OS drive, in systems that have multiple drives? In systems that have an SSD, the SSD will always be smaller than the SATA drive. In systems that have dual SATA drives, I will always want the smaller drive to be the OS Drive. I just have no way of knowing if the smaller drive will be drive 0 or drive 1 on these
  15. Thanks, I can see it now. Not sure why it’s not the first or last option in the list, but I must have missed it when I was scrolling through the languages.
  16. Hi, thanks for this amazing guide. I'm trying to use this guide to install with a WSUS server on a separate server, is there any tips or some document you could recomend me please. Thanks
  17. Hello All, I am running SCCM version 2010 with a pki infrastructure so that we can use our CMG to manage clients out in the wild. This has all been working great but recently i was tasked with putting a solution in place to manage our non domain joined DMZ assets and my original solution was to manually export certs from out PKi and manage them via our CMG. This proved more difficult than i thought with our cmg not accepting any of the export certs. During my research i came across the token based auth for internet based clients and the bulk registration tokens for client installation.
  18. I have created a package with a script to increase client cache due to a phased deployment of an operating system version upgrade for Windows 101809 to 2004 failing with the error of "cache to small." The error I am getting is: Message ID 10021 Program failed (unexpected restart). I have googled the dickens out of it and have found absolutely nothing on the issue and I am not finding any logs on the server to give me anymore detail. Has anyone else experienced this? And have you been able to resolve the issue?
  19. have you reviewed this video yet ? if not skip through it to see what you've missed, it's based on ConfigMgr 1910 but it'll give you some clues hopefully
  20. not great but you'll need to figure out what disk number each type of disk is normally reported as, if they are consistently the same across models then use that knowledge to modify the Format Partition steps to only target the disk you want (and not the other disk) if they are not consistent then you'll need to build a powershell script or clever WMI checks to determine what type of disk it is and whether to format it or not
  21. I am deploying Windows 10 to HP Z840 and Z8 PC's using OSD in Config Manager 2010. Some of the Z8's are brand new, but most of the systems are running Windows 7 and are managed by SCCM. Some of them have single SATA or SSD drives. Some have multiple SATA or a mix of SATA and SSD drives. In systems that have an SSD and a SATA drive, I want to ensure the OS gets deployed to the SSD. In systems with multiple SATA drives, I want to ensure the OS gets deployed to the smaller drive and the larger one will be used for data storage. How best to accomplish this?
  22. go back in vlsc, make sure to select Multilanguage as i have done here, then click continue, guess what you'll see then
  23. Hello. In the sms_isvupdates_syncagent.log I see a bunch of stuff like this: SyncUpdateCatalog: 'Dell XPS 15 7590 System BIOS,1.4.0,1.4.0' (Update:'02468469-cb11-4b2c-a810-b1905bb6429e') Vendor 'Dell' Product:'Bios' is not synchronized to WSUS, but is being expired so no action is necessary. SMS_ISVUPDATES_SYNCAGENT 4/27/2021 6:27:59 AM 3632 (0x0E30) SyncUpdateCatalog: 'Dell OptiPlex 3060 System BIOS,1.2.17,1.2.17' (Update:'02597ab3-2eaa-4fa3-92f0-ec4058d08b97') Vendor 'Dell' Product:'Bios' is not synchronized to WSUS, but is being expired so no action is necessary.
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  25. did you setup a schedule ? did you monitor the wsus logs generated when it synced ? do the status messages give any clues
  26. I have added the Dell catalog. It has synced. No errors in log files. But when I go to my software update point and click on Products I do not see Dell listed. I should see Firmware, Software, BIOS that I can click on. enable 3rd party updates on SUP = Yes enable 3rd party updates in client settings = yes let sccm manage certificates = yes Running MECM 2013. What other setting am I missing?
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