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  2. What i am getting on the server where SCCM resides is this error message. Wondering if this could be the issue, Saying that the permissions on the directory are incorrect. Any help would be greatly appreicated.. Craig
  3. have you checked and verified that WSUS is syncing correctly and no issues there ?
  4. for context, here's a snapshot of what yours is downloading before it fails versus the same moment from my working lab
  5. from what i can see here it's downloading the wrong type of boot image have you deployed the X64 boot wim from your distribution point and made it PXE bootable ?
  6. In my organization we use ADR Rules for monthly software patching and have been doing so for the last 2-3 years. I noticed for the Month of February 2024 that there has been no updates pushed. I see not errors for the ADR for Windows 10 updates in the console. However when I check show members in the deployment packages for it shows only the pervious month of updates dating back to patch tues on Jan 9, 2024. How my ADR are setup from the beginning is to check and download 2 days later on that thurs which was the last time it downloaded any updates which was Jan 11, 2024. I did try recreating a test ADR rule with the same outcome figuring it was an issue with the ADR that we have been using for quite sometime. I have checked the ruleengine.log file and there are a couple of errors which when i look up online there is not alot of information out there. Very general. Here is one of the errors CRuleHandler::CreateFailureAlert - Alert ID = 16777448 SMS_RULE_ENGINE 3/1/2024 10:03:20 AM 10100 (0x2774) I have attached a screenshot of the ruleengine.log file for your viewing. Any help would be greatly appreciated as i need to get this patches applied for the month of Feb. Thank you, Craig
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  8. did you follow the guide exactly ? did you verify IIS was working as per my guide before switching ? did you also add your root CA as per step 5 here ?
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  10. I've been following this guide to a tee: How can I configure System Center Configuration Manager in HTTPS mode (PKI) but I've run into a snag. After switching the MP to use HTTPs, I looked into the logs to make sure it switched over properly but I've been getting this error: Couple notes: 1. I was getting a "Certificate doesn't have SAN2 extension" error so I found out that I had to add the "Client Authentication" extension to the SCCM IIS Certificate which got rid of that error. 2. Looking at the MPSetup log, I noticed that the install went through but required a restart for some reason. Even after a restart, that log didn't change. 3. I haven't found any notes about this but our CA is still using SHA-1 (I just found this out and have started the talks to switch to SHA-2) so I'm wondering if perhaps that's the reason it's failing to bind. 4. The certificate date is valid: Any help with this is greatly appreciated!
  11. I deployed the TS to all unknown computers only, after I deleted the existing record from SCCM Device list on console. The only change I made in TS was to specify the xml file located in the same SCCM server, I used the default install.wim from in SCCM and it works fine with ASUSD320 but not HP or Lenovo laptop models we have:( I can try adding the network drives for a try later. I'm trying to upload a short video I took on an HP 430G7 laptop, it showed "start over IPV4" then in a second it switched back to the key options, I kept pressing ENTER but it still went back. If I pressed F12 again, I couldn't see the black screen with "start over IPV4" anymore. PXE Failed.mp4
  12. there are many things to think about here, for example, how is your task sequence deployed ? is it deployed to All Unknown Computers ? and also to a collection containing these computers (if they are already known in SCCM) ?
  13. Yes, i have gone through this earlier, but since it uses PowerShell, i wont be able to proceed. In my environment the PS is blocked even for system context. I am able the pre-cache the content, but i want to hide the TS from the user till it has downloaded al content.
  14. thank you for the response SQLSysClrTypes.msi.The file is indeed 0 byte size.I downloaded a SQLSysClrTypes file from the Internet. The file is replaced but the error is the same I looked at the smstsvc.log file. There is a permission error
  15. I've tried to find it from SMSPXE.log but nothing was found there, no even one single record of log. I don't think it went to the PXE process at all. The odd thing I can't figure out is that, if I used the same network cable and connect the machine to our MDT (another subnet with DHCP options), it can be OSD'ed directly without any issues. Since the PXE didn't seem to start at all with SCCM, I doubt that it was anything to do with boot.image?
  16. Dear friend, thanks for your comments. Personally I would like to study more about Intune and Autopilot but in reality, we can't move to the cloud for cost and security concerns. I would still need to take advantage of SCCM to manage our devices. By the way, I was actually on MDT for over 5 years and very new to SCCM just now:)
  17. Don't take this the wrong way, but consider looking at Intune and Windows Autopilot, as that is where Microsoft is investing time, money and effort today. SCCM is great but as it's a 'legacy' on-premises based system, it's not getting the focus it used to, so if you want to get 'current' then look at modern management of devices, using Intune and Windows Autopilot if you cannot move to the cloud, then we can focus on trying to assist you with your goal, best of luck.
  18. take note of the mac address of your HP model, and check the SMSPXE.log on the distribution point, search for the mac address, if you don't see it you have other issues. Back to your HP model, which one is it ?
  19. Dear Experts, I've set up SCCM OSD and successfully deployed the latest Windows 11 to ASUSD320 models, all is good. Now I need to deploy the same OS to the HP laptops but when I tried F12 to network boot, it flashed in less than 1 second and switched back to the boot order option wizard. Since it's working fine with ASUS models, I suspect it had something to do with the network drive not being detected or injected. In MDT, we use the general driver packs for HP and Dell and it works fine for our models including HP430G7, G8, HP440G8, Lenovo L389/390, etc. but this seems challenging for SCCM. Any idea? If we need to deploy the same driver package to SCCM TS, what are the correct steps to get this to work? Thank you very much.
  20. In our scenarios, from time to time we need to update our unattended.xml for the TS to deploy new OS to the client machines. I didn't find anywhere, what are the correct steps to perform the updates? We need to update the xml file, link it into the TS then do we really need to update the distribution point via the Reference tab? or we actually need to reload the x64 boot image?
  21. Dear Experts, I'm trying to deploy the latest Windows 11 via SCCM, I'm using WSIM to custom the xml file, I got the below validation results: The setting has not been modified. It will not be saved to the answer file. Components/oobeSystem/wow64_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral/OOBE/VMModeOptimizations Setting NetworkLocation is deprecated in the Windows image Components/oobeSystem/wow64_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral/OOBE/NetworkLocation Setting SkipMachineOOBE is deprecated in the Windows image Components/oobeSystem/wow64_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral/OOBE/SkipMachineOOBE Setting SkipUserOOBE is deprecated in the Windows image Components/oobeSystem/wow64_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral/OOBE/SkipUserOOBE After the OS was deployed, I got the welcome wizard asking me to select region, language, etc. What I really need is to have everything unattended so it goes into the Windows Desktop without further user interaction. I checked this https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/customize/desktop/automate-oobe but there is no clear information about what values needed for Windows 11 OOBE options. Any other advices? I can't find a full list of required options that I can fill out and instruct the SCCM to go ahead with fully unattended actions.
  22. Dear Experts, I've been using Windows MDT for OSD for years and very new to OSD in SCCM but we would like to hand on this new solution. I've been reading MS articles: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/customize/desktop/automate-oobe https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/deploy-windows-cm/prepare-for-zero-touch-installation-of-windows-10-with-configuration-manager These seems quite complicated to me as I feel lost what might be a better solution for us. We use only one primary site with everything configured in one single server. I'm trying to achieve what MDT has helped, to skip all the OOBE UIs, configure and standardize Windows settings like region, language, startup items, fonts, remove some unwanted apps that are not related to our work environment, install applications silently, everything was ready in MDT. My quesion is, what can I start with SCCM to get above? I wanted to integrate MDT to SCCM, do I still need to go over all the OOBE settings via WSIM or we can just take advantage of MDT then skip most of the new steps in SCCM? Thank you very much.
  23. Dear Experts, I have some AD-based device collections and also another one where all the computers have client installed. I created a TS for OSD and would like to deploy it to both UNKNOWN computers and KNOWN computers. I can select All Unknown Computers collection from the list (this is the default one in SCCM). However all the query based collections are invisible at this wizard window. Only the custom collections that have direct members show up. I need to sometimes deploy OS (reimage) for those computers that had been in our domain with CCM client installed, so I also need to use the TS for these known computers. What can I do with such case? Thank you very much.
  24. Thanks all for your help, I converted my disks to dynamic and everything works just fine:)
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  26. it clearly states that it cannot install SMSSETUP\BIN\X64\SQLSysClrTypes.msi search for a log file for that msi, it might be called SQLSysClrTypes.log also, check that the file SMSSETUP\BIN\X64\SQLSysClrTypes.msi is not ZERO bytes in size, if so that's the issue cheers niall
  27. Dear all This is the ConfigMgrPrereq.lo log file for the main site ConfigMgrPrereq.log
  28. Dear all When I installed the auxiliary point, I said installation failed. I searched for a long time but couldn't pinpoint the problem. Below are the screenshot of the error and the log file. Thank you for your advice and handling. ConfigMgrSetup.log SMS_BOOTSTRAP.log smstsvc.log
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