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Dan Mahler

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  1. I figured this out on my own. I needed to alter "Site Mainteance" to delete aged data as required. See attached.
  2. PCI requires the capability to report 90 days virus/malware activity reporting. By default SCCM/MS Security Endpoint appear to provide no more than 30 days when viewed in console. If I view a report and specify a 90 day window, still only 30 days incidents are reported. Is anyone aware of methods to change logging to greater than 30 days? Thank you in advance. Dan Mahler Grand Rapids, Michigan
  3. I am running SCCM 2012 R2 5.0.7958.1203 I discovered that the SCEP installation on some clients is not upgrading. I see the following entry in ccmsetup.log file. File 'C:\windows\ccmsetup\SCEPInstall.exe' with hash '8B76E87A25DFAE06CC36245FCDC269D94A99CE2F1374C105A1F41B3470C2CFD7' from manifest doesn't match with the file hash 'FDDB17A148D8358B5BFBF63BBB3CDE902DCE807366081FE16B8E6042DCB47C71' Web searches point to articles that mention a specific hot fix that has created a mismatch of the hash values for scepinstall.exe and in ep_defaultpolicy.xml version in the \\<server name>\SMS_LM1\Client folder. The hotfix does not appear to apply to me though I believe this condition was caused by an update of some sort. I understand what the basic issue is. I don't understand how to correct it. Is there someone who may be able to shed some light on the solution? Thanks! Dan Mahler Grand Rapids, MI
  4. I am running System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 V 5.0.7958.1203 I have enabled Automatic Client Upgrade and it appears to be working as described. I have Site Systems/Distribution Points at each branch (46) and the primary site server located at a corporate office. My question is: When the client is upgraded on one of my branch systems via the "Automatic Client Upgrade" method, in what way is the client update MSI transferred to the client PC? Is it a package that is transferred out to the remote distribution point? I don't see evidence that it is being transferred directly from the server yet I also don't see evidence of a package, either. Thanks in advance. Dan Mahler
  5. In one instance out of dozens I was presented with a .NET error. "unhandled exception has occurred in your application. If you click Continue, the application will ignore this error.... Not enough quota is available to process this command." An online search lead me to issues related to virtual memory on the client. I increased virtual memory on my clients and this function now works.
  6. I have been running SCCM 2012 without major issues since March 2013. Suddenly, I have noticed that when I try to Deploy windows updates from Software Update Group (right click, choose deploy from pull down) the console hangs. If I leave the console in the hung state it will not continue, time out or recover. I have to end the process. This occurs on any station and ID I attempt this from. I have reinstalled the SCCM console. I have verified the DB maintenance is configured (indexing). I have a gut feeling that the issue is the result of some recently applied update but I have no idea which one. The AdminUILogAdminUILog shows nothing useful. Suggestions? Dan Mahler Grand Rapids, MI
  7. My installation/migration from SCCM 2007 to 2012 is progressing well thanks to your guides. Thanks again! I had the MOM based Forefront server running for several years and have accumulated a small group of policies with exclusions in each. Can these policies be migrated from Forefront in any way or do they have to be recreated. I have found no details regarding this topic by searching the WEB. Thanks! DWM
  8. You did a fantastic job on this guide! I would recomend review of this document to anyone installing or just getting familiar with SCCM2012. You provided basic detailed instruction with enough extra commentary so that the reader can easily understand what is really going on and learn the app. Thank you for taking the time to put this together.
  9. Yes. Trevor's suggestion appears to have worked. This is clearly a matter of learning how to properly structure the SQL Query. I'll get there! Thank you both for your input. DWM
  10. (New to SCCM, learning fast. Familiar enough with SQL to edit statements and understand what is happening) I have a set of 5 nested collections I utilize for Windows update deployment. Among these, I have a collection called "Servers" containing all 2003 and 2008 servers. The SQL Query is as follows. select SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceID,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceType,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Name,SMS_R_SYSTEM.SMSUniqueIdentifier,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Client from sms_r_system where OperatingSystemNameAndVersion like 'Microsoft Windows NT%Server%' I have a collection called "Manual" (Collection ID LMG00033) that I would like to exclude from the Servers collection. The solutions I have read aren't working for me. How can I modify the Servers SQL Query to exclude the Manual Colletion. Thank you in advance DWM
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