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Jorgen Nilsson

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  1. Hi, It sounds more likely that it is Network discovery that causes it, why are you using Network discovery if you have an AD? Workgroup clients? Do all of these duplicate, inactive objects have the same value and are discovered by Network Discovery? Regards, Jörgen
  2. Hi, Then there is msot likely somethng wrong with the driver package, not much to do but to start troubleshooting and remove a driver and try again.. /Jörgen
  3. Hi, You could either use _SMSTSLastActionRetCode, Which stores the return code that was returned by the last action that was run. This variable can be used as a condition to determine if the next step is run. Or you could do the evaluation if something is installed on a group instead and in the group exectue the uninstall command and then use the Set Task Seqeunce variable and create a custom variable which you check for later in the TS, or put the reboot in the group as well if that could be an option. Regards, Jörgen
  4. Hi, Ah, didn't see that you were running 2007 sorry, You must import the driver to be able to add it to the Boot Image. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680705.aspx Regards, Jörgen
  5. Hi, You can add drivers to the Boot Image using the admin console, here is a guide that can be used, http://windowsmasher.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/sccm-2012-importing-and-managing-drivers-for-osd/ The WinPE image used is the one associated to the Task Sequence that the client is to install. If many task sequences are target to the same collection where the client is a member the last deployed boot image is used. Regards, Jörgen
  6. Hi, You could use MDT 2013 and use an integrated MDT task sequence and use the UDI and create your own page and create an option to select department, and then use the conditons in the TS later to select with appliacations should be installed with the role. Using the MDT Database could be an option as well, but then you need to import the computer to the MDT DB as well before you can use the roles. ' How many different roles are talking about? Regards, Jörgen
  7. Hi, Here is an example on how to upgrade a device driver, http://ccmexec.com/2013/10/update-a-device-driver-configuration-manager-2012/ Regards, Jörgen
  8. Hi, It will not go to the Source folder it will go to the DP where the client downloaded the application from, also note this hotfix for Windows 7 if that is what you are using? http://ccmexec.com/2012/02/windows-installer-hotfix-for-your-configuration-manager-2012-clients/ Regards, Jörgen
  9. Yes, I would say it is strongly recommend and considered best practice, I have also clients, that when you troubleshoot the SCCM client and uninstall it or upgrade it, download updates and install them immediately like for instance IE11 on a Windows 7 client. Regards, Jörgen
  10. Hi, If you import the MSI product code in the application in the console the SCCM client will add the path to the .MSI file on the DP so that any repair and uninstall should work just fine.. Have you tried that? Regards, Jörgen
  11. Hi, For the Security groups you can use a simple script like this and then create your own custom page in MDT UDI Wizard. http://ccmexec.com/2010/08/adding-computer-to-ad-groups-during-deployment/ Then you set a variable in the custom role, and then use a condition on the step for the script and execute it based on the varible or run the script once and pass the variable as the value for the script.. Regards, Jörgen
  12. Hi, I normally use PSappDeployment toolkit instead,uninstall all older versions with uninstall feature which can uninstall wildcard, simply type adobe reader and it will uninstall any version of 11. and then install the latest version it is really simple. Adobe reader is the example in the documentation.. https://psappdeploytoolkit.codeplex.com/ It can check if Adobe reader is running e.t.c as well and much much more.. Cool Stuff! /Jörgen
  13. Hi, There is no way to distribute a pre-shared Key for a WIfi network using Windows Intune. Regards, Jörgen
  14. Hi, Have you configured a Network Access account?if so check the password, the error you are getting are: 401 - Unsuccessful on all retries. SendResourceRequest() failed. 80190191 Regards, Jörgen
  15. Hi, The error you are getting is: "The server name or address could not be resolved Source: Winhttp" So I would start by checking that you actually got an IP address and have the correct driver loaded for the NIC in WinPE when the computer reboots, or check name resolution in Winpe so that you actually can resolve the host name. Regards, Jörgen
  16. Hi, When using a Windows 7 computer as a DP you are limited to the concurrent number of connections that Windows 7 allows, which is 20. Having a server and a client DP on a site really doesn't make any sense to me, what would you gain from that? For OSD and DP a Windows 7 client can be used durin the OSD for all packages just not to boot from, I have made many designs where we PXE boot over the WAN, Yes it takes a while but it works just fine and in real life how many OS deployments do you actually do on the small sites? So all would depend on the number of clients on the sites and WAN connections speed. Regards, Jörgen
  17. Hi, Client firewall and permissions could be the reason, I always use a startup script in a GPO instead and then filter that Startup script gpo to a security group so I still can control which clients get the new client. Jason has written a great startup script here: http://blog.configmgrftw.com/configmgr-client-startup-script/ Regards, Jörgen
  18. Hi, You could always utilize the MDT DB and in there create add all applications to your comnputers, then the information is in the MDT database and then the applicaitons will be installed during a replce scenario as well. This works really great you can create roles as well, like HR and the add all applications to the HR role.. I have designed many solutions where we use this. Regards, Jörgen
  19. Hi, Sounds strange, do you have Include/Exclude memberships that could cause this or limit the colleciton to another colllection? Reagrds, Jörgen
  20. Hi, Have you configured the SUP to sync from Windows Update? are there any errors in the WCM.log file or the Wsuscontrol.log file? Server 2012 by default use port 8530 for WSUS, but the SCCM setup wizard uses port 80 as default, did you select the correct port? Regards, Jörgen
  21. Hi, Here are an example on how to do it, it also separates them using operating system installed but you can simple remove that. http://ccmexec.com/2011/07/query-to-determine-32-or-64-bit-operating-system/ Regards, Jörgen
  22. Hi, I normally use this, http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2013/10/21/removing-windows-8-1-built-in-applications.aspx Powershell script to uninstall modern apps in Windows 8.1 Regards, Jörgen
  23. Hi, I like to split them using the last number in the computername, given that the computername has numbers in the end , then you can divide it using the last number,and it is also very easy to commuinicate with the end user when their computer is to be upgraded as almost everyone has a computername tag or something like that. I have an old blog post on the topic from SCCM 2007, the logic is the same though. http://ccmexec.com/2010/11/planning-an-upgrade-of-an-application/ Regards, Jörgen
  24. Hi, Are there any errors in the WSUSCtrl.log file? Regards, Jörgen
  25. Hi, And if you have a SLA to uphold sometimes adding Office to the master image actually isn't a bad idea as it takes a long time to deploy, even with the updates in the Office packages. Regards, Jörgen
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