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  1. You could try hiring a consultant to remote in and troubleshoot it for you ? I'm on vacation now so don't have that much time to troubleshoot problems, also, have you taken a look at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/core/servers/deploy/configure/boundary-groups#fallback in WinPE, the client gets the list of possible MPs from a regkey that is set on the Distribution Point HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\DP\ManagementPoints This key contains information about which MPs are available and in what order it will try to reach them. That order is determined by the order in which you installed the management points...You can change this key (on the distribution point) but it will be overwritten again soon by ConfigMgr. One workaround is to either run a schedule task that sets the "correct" value you want or use Configuration Items to set it instead...
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  3. why did you configure dhcp options, that's not needed or recommended, please remove them and try again
  4. not as far as i know, and i asked Microsoft and they responded the same, so you are out of luck, why are you asking anyway ?
  5. I recently did a presentation for a Belgian User Group where I talked about a bunch of cool features in Microsoft Endpoint Manager like Tenant Attach, the ability to install applications, run scripts, use CMPivot, cloud OSD and more. Details Here are the details about the session 20h30 – 21h15: What’s new with cloud features in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview by Niall C. Brady (Microsoft MVP Enterprise Mobility + windowsnoob.com). In this session you’ll get to see new Tenant attach features coming soon to Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Configuration Manager. These features are already available to try out in the Technical Preview releases. You’ll see how to install applications from the admin center, what the device timeline is and how to use it, CMPivot actions, Run scripts. In addition, you’ll look at other cloud friendly features such as VPN boundary type, Task sequence media support for cloud-based content. Downloads You can download the PowerPoint I used and watch a recording of the presentation in full below. I demo some cool features so I’d recommend you watch it in full. ppt – A look at the new cloud features in Configuration Manager Technical Preview video – https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApUuxMbRp9Jge_z66VXDKbnl0AU?e=csDRN7 cheers niall
  6. if you choose to not use PKI in your infrastructure then you need to add a PKI-based server auth cert to the IIS website hosting the recovery service – this can be the same cert you used when configuring HTTPS on the MP or another PKI-issued cert if not using HTTPS.
  7. you can always upgrade the OS and SQL using an inplace upgrade, and that's the method I would choose and have done in the past. You need to get SCCM up to the latest version though before upgrading the operating system, here are my old notes and this does not include the operating system upgrade (which you can do after upgrading SCCM/SQL)
  8. I think you are confusing application download and sending/receiving machine policy or state messages to the management point, i assume you have a local distribution point that resides in the IP Address range boundary that this computer is being image in, is that correct ? is the application in question also on this local DP ?
  9. first things first why do you want to setup a new site maybe there's a better option like upgrade your existing infrastructure to Current Branch.
  10. did you install CM2002 in the slow ring or fast ring ? have you seen any update appear in updates and servicing for PXE boot issues (amongst other things) ?
  11. any time sync or group policy issues on the client when this happens ?
  12. thanks, does that ip range over lap with any other subnet (as Garth already mentioned) ?
  13. if you are using https then are you sure you have no issues with your certs ? for example on your issuingCA run pkiview.msc and verify everything looks healthy as this can impact PXE booting.
  14. so i uninstalled both my Windows ADK's, rebooted, downloaded and installed both for ADK 2004 and rebooted, then reloaded my boot images with the new adk then tested pxe, works fine...
  15. and the boot image is definitely distributed to your DP with the right source version ? i'm updating my lab to adk 2004 now....
  16. very odd, i don't have adk 2004 in my cm2002 lab but i can upgrade it this evening to observe the behaviour did you verify from the boot package Id that it's pulling down the boot image you set the settings on ?
  17. are you sure you upgraded Windows ADK properly then ? there are two components to it this time...
  18. did you fix cmd support so you can also grab the smsts.log ?
  19. from the smsts logs provided the client get's an ip address of 10.64.2.47 does that ip address match any of your configured IP Range boundaries ?
  20. first off is SRS configured and all the other ConfigMgr reports showing up in SCCM ? secondly what was the full cmdline you used to configure things ? this is how I did it.. .\MBAMWebSiteInstaller.ps1 -SqlServerName cm01.windowsnoob.lab.local -SqlDatabaseName CM_P01 -ReportWebServiceUrl http://cm01.windowsnoob.lab.local/Reportserver -HelpdeskUsersGroupName "windowsnoob\MBAM_HD" -HelpdeskAdminsGroupName "windowsnoob\MBAM_HD_Adv" -MbamReportUsersGroupName "windowsnoob\MBAM_HD_Report" -SiteInstall Both
  21. welcome to the forums
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