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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. go back in vlsc, make sure to select Multilanguage as i have done here, then click continue, guess what you'll see then
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  8. did you setup a schedule ? did you monitor the wsus logs generated when it synced ? do the status messages give any clues
  9. ok so based on this, can you check the IIS services on your mp, and verify it is started (or not), if not, try starting it. IIS=Internet Information Services (IIS), such as here...the actions in the right pane govern start/stop etc...
  10. I'm happy to help but this is just the ccmsetup log from a client, it's nothing to do with attempting to image a computer, you need to first review the management point status on your site server, if and only if that is ok then move on to troubleshooting the clients
  11. that makes sense, give it a go and report back with your success or lack of
  12. I checked with a Hub user and this was his response 1) autoenrollment is not enrolling in to intune, only Azure AD 2) all policy and apps need to be assigned to a device group, as there is no "concept" of a user on the device
  13. I'd like to help but I don't have a surface hub lying around, I'll ask someone who does...
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