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Jorgen Nilsson

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  1. Hi The example that you refer to you copy the language packs to the languge folder like SV-SE as the cab files have the same name we can have multiple languages in the same package and control it wiht a variable instead. Regards, Jörgen
  2. Hi, Is it the same computer model you are trying to image? Are you using unknown computer support? DHCP Options should not be used, when PXE booting a device that runs UEFI instead of Leagcy BIOS it will fail as the boot file name is different from the one you are pointing on.. Regards, Jörgen
  3. Hi, You need to change the max file size, http://be.enhansoft.com/post/2013/12/10/Change-the-Maximum-File-Size-of-Management-Information-Files-(MIF)-in-SCCM-2012.aspx to allow bigger files than 5MB. Regards, Jörgen
  4. Hi, Did you deploy the software update group to "Unknwon COmputers"? you can also include the unknown computer objects (one x86 and one x64) in the collection you use to deploy software updates. otherwise it will not install any updates. the all Software setting is used to include all updates that don't have a deadline. Regards,​ Jörgen
  5. HI, IT is not possible with an Application at all as the detection method will check it it is installed and never run again. So you cannot use an application, a Package/Program will be the way to do it, and as you didn't want any suggestions using a GPO instead, I recommend that you have a look at using a schedule task instead :-) And this really is a good idea as the SCCM client is set to delayed start so if you start a comptuer and log on straight away the service hasn't started yet so the program will not run. Regards, Jörgen​
  6. Hi, No that is not needed except for in this rare scenario "Replication between a central administration site (CAS) and primary sites may be blocked after you upgrade the CAS to System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1. This problem only occurs in environments that have tens of thousands of deployments for legacy software distribution packages. When this occurs, the Offer Manager component on the primary site server will appear to be stalled the Offermgr.log file on the primary site server seems to be "stuck," and no log entries are recorded in the Offermgr.log file. You can install Cumulative Update 5 to prevent this issue from occurring. Regards, Jörgen​
  7. Hi, I beleive this has to do with the SCCM client being installed on the MP as well. How did you uninstall it? You need to uninstall it and remove the informaiton in WMI, The command in this blog post should work for in this scenario as well. http://scug.be/sccm/2013/05/14/cm12-sp1-management-point-will-not-install-on-server-2012/ Regards, Jörgen
  8. Hi, using the SCCM remote tools you can turn of the question for the user and yes you can remote control it when a user is logged on.. It is controlled in the Client Settings. Regards, Jörgen​
  9. Hi, for the .MSP files you can use SCUP to import them in WSUS/SUP in Configuration Manager or you can distribute them as applications/packages. I would look at ​PS app deployment toolkit if you need to apply 9 -MSP files.. it handles that like a charm http://psappdeploytoolkit.com./​
  10. Hi, What server OS are the DP that is used to PXE boot from using? Windows 2008 R2 doesn't support PXE booting 32 Bit-UEFI devices for instance so that can be one factor. Are you using DHCP Options or IP Helpers to point out the PXE server? IP Helpers is the only thing that will work, if you use DHCP Options and specify the boot loader it will not work as ít is a different one for UEFI. Regards, Jörgen​
  11. Hi, There are known errors that Syspre fails if modern/universal apps are installed or updated during the reference image build.. could be the issue, check the log file that Niall pointed out to find the root cause. Regards, Jörgen
  12. Hi, Logs would help a lot, I normally tweak these values but that depends on the scenario and erros you are seeing. http://ccmexec.com/2014/12/smstsmplistrequesttimeout-value-in-milliseconds/ Regards, Jörgen​
  13. Hi, The only way is to use UNC for downloading the definition updates. WSUS and Microsoft Update will not place the files in the CCMCache but then you must make sure that the client isn't targeted with the updates as well. Aren't the defition files purged when the cache fills up? Regards, Jörgen​
  14. Hi, Does the script run in WinPE? There are known issues with the Windows 10 ADK that Powershell script fails in WinPE when PXE booted. could be the reason. Why not use this method to filter out the USB NIC making it re-usable for all machines. http://blogs.technet.com/b/configurationmgr/archive/2015/08/27/reusing-the-same-nic-for-multiple-pxe-initiated-deployments-in-system-center-configuration-manger-osd.aspx Regards, Jörgen
  15. Hi, Q1 DP and PXE yes, SUP not necessary, the clients only contact it for scanning for updates, the they will pull all content from the DP Q2 A scondary site is just an extension of your site, it will work in the same way as it does in Site A but the data is pulled from the local DP Q3 You can use the same task sequence where content is accessed is controlled with boundaries and Boundary Groups. Q4 No UI on Secondary sites Q5 Not for installing a Secondary Site. A note depending on the number of clients and bandwidth you don't have to use secondary sites you can use a DP instead. /jörgen
  16. Hi, Yes you can as long as you don't create a Boundary Group with Site Assignment then it can co-exist without issue.. Unique site code of course. Regards, Jörgen​
  17. Hi, I would say that best practice is to store the Package Source files on a separate file server, DFS prefeered as you will not have to change any names in any scenario for hwupgrade or anything like that. Then you can place the data on cheaper disks with no dependency to SCCM sites or hierarchies. Regards, Jörgen
  18. Hi, It would have been but the Network Access Account should NEVER be local administrator on any client, the password is really easy to read during an OS Deployment if you have F8 enabled for instance, it should be a normal domain user account which you can restrict in many ways. It is only used to access content on the DP for instance. it is never used to run anything on the clients. So LAPS will work just fine with SCCM. Regards, Jörgen
  19. Hi, yes it is by design and there are two workarounds to it, either install the applications dynamically using the variable list, and populate them using a script, that way they are not in the content list of the TS and this will not occour. Or as you wrote don't deploy the TS available to all computers, have the technicians add the computer to a collection when a computer should be reimaged. Regards, Jörgen
  20. Hi, It is not recommended that you capture a machine that has been a member of the domain as it will leave a lot of crap in the registry and filesystem. I have never tried the steps above but I strongly recommend that you rebuild your image from scratch instead. Reusing a previous Syspreped image is not recommended either as it will also leave stuff behind. Regards, Jörgen
  21. HI, That is correct, you should import the install.wim file from the Windows 7 Installation media instead, the "Operating System Installer" was for legacy support of Windows xp, for Windows 7 you should use the new version. Regards, Jörgen
  22. That is a tough quesiton to answer in a forum, I suggest that you call Microsoft Support and create a case to get help sorting it out.. Not easy to answer without a lot more information.. Regards, Jörgen
  23. Hi, Yes you can, it works great and is widely used! Create a custom task sequence which is empty and then go from there. Regards, Jörgen
  24. HI, To be able to install applications during OSD you need to specify the SMSMP= parameter in the Setup Windows and Configuration Manager step, have you done that? http://blog.configmgrftw.com/configmgr-2012-application-installation-failures/ Regards, Jörgen
  25. Hi, No problem to add a dp that runs server 2012 r2, pxe works fine and in 2012 R2 it supports 32bit Uefi computers as well. /Jörgen
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