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  1. ok can you grab the app*.xml files and setup*.log stored in the $windows.~bt\Sources\Panther location after the windows upgrade failure, zip them up and attach them here i'll take a look.
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  3. well it could be that your error is a hard block, did you check the appcompat logs to see if it was listed as a hard block ? you can't ignore hard blocks..
  4. you can adjust the Upgrade Operating System step there's a switch you can add to ignore these types of warnings, have you tried setting this step
  5. you can use StandAlone media which doesn't require a network connection and therefore doesn't need to speak to the management point https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/configmgr/osd/deploy-use/create-stand-alone-media
  6. first things first do you have any details of what files were over written/infected ? and do you have valid virus free backups of the database and all other software
  7. take a look at this post for a list of log files and what they log, use CMTrace.exe to read your logs it's in the tools folder of your SCCM installation, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/hierarchy/log-files CLIENT LOGS: all SCCM log files on the client are in C:\Windows\CCM\Logs SERVER LOGS: server side they'll be in \\server\sccm installation path\logs
  8. well what types of devices are they ?
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  10. you'll need to put together an extensive plan of actions to make sure you can cover everything, your best option is to go with choice number 1 and by the way there is no SCCM CB 1903, it's SCCM Current Branch version 1906 (currently). To upgrade, start by reading these points. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/servers/deploy/install/upgrade-to-configuration-manager as you can see there is a lot to review and plan, and that's the first thing you need to do, so get too it and good luck. If you need some pointers I can include a rough draft of how we did it on one of our production upgrades cheers niall
  11. I've not tested it with MDT only, but you could and then provide feedback to us both MDT and SCCM use task sequences so in theory, it should work.
  12. did it download the file? if it did then look at this log file... $Parms = " /IAcceptLicenseTerms True /Quiet /Norestart /Log SQLServerReportingServiceslog.txt"
  13. perhaps as the task sequence itself can have steps which add/change those sections in the unattend.xml file, so again, look at what's in the specialize section and figure out which of those settings is causing it to fail, once you've identified it, then figure out what section of the task sequence is settings those values.
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