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  2. I've seen upgrades fail when SEP is installed, disabling it was not enough we had to uninstall it, reboot and try again is there anything different about this site versus the other ?
  3. i see these messages SQL MESSAGE: - Found UpgradeViewMapping exists, previous upgrade may have failed. Try to revert some of the objects related to DVIEW $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:12:33.914-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> followed by... INFO: Executing SQL Server command: < declare @t table (ObjectKey nvarchar(512) , ObjectTypeID int) insert into @t (ObjectKey, ObjectTypeID) select distinct ID, TypeID from vRBAC_AllItemsID where TypeID IN (select ObjectTypeID from RBAC_ObjectOperations where OperationName=N'Set Security Scope'); insert into RBAC_CategoryMemberships (CategoryID, ObjectKey, ObjectTypeID) select N'SMS00UNA', ra.ObjectKey, ra.ObjectTypeID from @t ra left join (select distinct ObjectKey, ObjectTypeID from RBAC_CategoryMemberships ) rcm on ra.ObjectKey=rcm.ObjectKey and ra.ObjectTypeID=rcm.ObjectTypeID where rcm.ObjectKey IS NULL; > $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:24:26.852-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> ERROR: Failed to execute SQL Server command, SQL Server error <>~ $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:24:26.852-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> *** [HY007][0][Microsoft] Associated statement is not prepared $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:24:26.853-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> ERROR: Failed to assign default objects to default security scope(FinalSqlOperations). $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:24:26.853-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> Failed to update database. $$<CONFIGURATION_MANAGER_UPDATE><09-13-2019 12:24:26.854-180><thread=4296 (0x10C8)> is there any third party antivirus software installed on this server ? are you doing the upgrade as the same user as on the other primary ?
  4. ok sorry about the delay, busy working, from first (quick) looks it looks like your logs are way too small and therefore missing details (such as the info we really need to see to diagnose this_), so you'll need to modify the ccmsetup command line to increase the log file size this will show you how to do that once done, deploy a machine again and capture the new logs, attach them here cheers niall
  5. it all depends on what you mean 'forcing systems over to the new environment' means, for example do you have client push enabled and boundaries defined ? i'd suggest you take a look at this guide I wrote recently to get a good understanding of the different discovery methods and enabling them.
  6. hi is this primary under a CAS ? can you attach the cmupdate.log please...
  7. on your extensions tab, what does your CRL Distribution Point (CDP) list ?, attach it here...
  8. I did this 8 part series several times in separate labs to be 100% sure of the result and it always worked, so i know it works. You might have done something incorrectly or missed a step, as regards requesting a certificate via a webbrowser, i didn't cover this in my guide but if you try it you'll see the following text, i've bolded the interesting bit... does that explain things ?
  9. have a look at the comments at the end of Part 8 here
  10. creating a dp and enabling pxe are two separate things, so are you trying to enable pxe ? is WDS installed ?
  11. here you go https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/configs/site-and-site-system-prerequisites#bkmk_2012dppreq
  12. what does the smsts.log file tell you ? and the netsetup.log in %windir%\debug
  13. here's some info about it https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/1323ea44-7f8d-41b7-a258-ae4c1d6c12ee/slow-wim-winpe-download-via-pxe-tftp-with-sccm-wds?forum=configmgrgeneral and here http://blog.danovich.com.au/2011/07/28/slow-sccm-osd-tftp-pxe/
  14. it's slow to download the boot image because it's using old technology to download the winpe.wim file, aka tftp (trivial ftp), you might be able to tweak registry settings on the server hosting WDS to get it to go faster, but it might also break pxe boot capability.
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