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    hi, see below do we need to enable full disk encryption during the OSD for this to work? the following docs explain that you can do this during OSD By default, the Enable BitLocker task sequence step only encrypts used space on the drive. BitLocker management uses full disk encryption. Configure this task sequence step to enable the option to Use full disk encryption. For more information, see Task sequence steps - Enable BitLocker. -do we need to set bitlocker encryption levels in the OSD still and GPOs or just use the new Bitlocker deployment policy after the machine is online? it's up to you which way works better, do you want to control bitlocker (keys) during OSD or after, that's entirely up to you, the easiest way is to simply target the policy after it's imaged, but the safest way is to configure it during OSD.
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    Hi Niall, I have used your guides to implement SCCM MBAM 1910 and it went in successfully. I am however facing an issue where the clients - even though they receive the policies and the registry change to encrypt without user action - I find that nothing happen until I manually run MBAMClientUI.exe. I've even changed the MBAM Registry to implement "NoStartupDelay" and no joy. I've had one or two successful when the MDOP client pops up but the rest just sit there. Any advice is greatly appreciated and I look forward to hearing from you Regards Carl Davis P.S - AMAZING GUIDES BTW - Thank you for taking the time to write and video ,
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    Have you used a tool, like Roger Zander Client Center https://github.com/rzander/sccmclictr, or the MS Client Support Center Tool, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/configmgr/core/support/support-center ; to examine a client? What I would look for is things like... "is the last scan version matching what my environment says" (in CM Console, Monitoring, Software Updates Point Synchronization Status, the Catalog Version); that'll be the catalog version i'd want my clients to have used. is wuahandler.log scanning successfully? In those tools, you can see what CM believes locally is deserved or installed for updates, as scanned by the CM client. When you say "locally just msrt... but when I go directly to Microsoft, I deserve more" -- are those updates listed locally by the CM client? If not; are those updates even in CM? (EXACTLY those updates, by title and kb article--maybe you're missing a category in your CM SUP rules for what patch info to download)
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    Just wanted to follow up - the issue for us turned out to be an app installed during the TS forcing a reboot outside of TS process (which is why our SMSTS log wasnt really helpful). Once we got that sorted out, works like a charm.
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    googling around people seemed to have problems with permissions on the above folder so I just reapplied the permissions and reinstalled and it worked...
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    Great guide as always! Love this site.. For what its worth..If you don't follow the documented setup its really beneficial to document which servers will host which roles prior to setting them up. Look forward to more guides in the future!
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    This is an insanely cool guide !!! But I have a very important question. Will come out this year Part 8 ?
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