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  1. Or the way I do it is use, Install Packages instead of Image. It will install on C:
  2. Hello folks, How can I include the terminal server build in a TS? I have around 20 apps to install and for Terminal Server(Remote Deskop Services) the role has to be installed first and then set to ''change user /install" to install apps and then revert back to " change user /execute". I ran as TS step as command but it failed with no apparent reasons. The log is very vague, so hoping someone already went thru this. Thanks!!
  3. Hi All, In a TS, if I have to install an application as user, the obvious choice is to run the install command with step "Run command line". I am not sure ifI can directly type "setup.exe" as command or run "cmd.exe /c setup.exe" The question is what directive should I use to run batch file ("sccm-setup.cmd" or "install.bat") in the command line? Thanks!
  4. It was a GPO that made the drive go read-only. SIGH!! We have this GPO to disable write to USB & removable drives and somehow that disabled the E: drive aswell. Below is the screenshot of the properties. Not only that we had to remove HOST from GPO, but make sure those properties are enabled by a different GPO. Hope this helps for someone who comes along this way.
  5. This might not be related to SCCM but it looks like the entire drive has gone READ-ONLY. The host is on VMware ESXi and running Server 2008 R2. The datastore is a iSCSI LUN from Dell Equalogic. Symptoms: - Drive E: is read-only. Shares are not working. - C: drive is read-write and is normal. - Disk permissions are all proper. Steps tried: - Remove readonly flag using diskpart, but that didn't do a thing. per this link - After adding another disk in VMware, that new volume goes read-only as well. - The storage LUN looks fine, other VMs on same store(including C:) are read-write. Not sure what else to look for. Any ideas?
  6. Hi all, My OSD was working fine till this morning and then something happened and now it fails with log "Unable to connect to \\sccm-server\SMSPKGE$\LAB00073\". When I manually try to go to this URL, it fails. I have another site and I can browse the distribution point fine here from remote PC. How can I reset the Distribution Point folder permissions? I did try site reset "Reset SMS Provider" but no good. Thanks for you help. EDIT: (UPDATE) I cannot access any of the shares from the particular drive E:\. I checked the permissions both NTFS and File level, both are correct. Anybody know what si going on?
  7. Hi all, My OSD was working fine till this morning and then something happend and now it fails with log "Unable to connect to \\sccm-server\SMSPKGE$\LAB00073\". When I manually try to go to this URL, it fails. I have another site and it works. I can browse the above destination on this server. How can I reset the Distribution Point folder permissions? I did try site reset "Reset SMS Provider" but no good. Thanks for you help.
  8. I was tracking the OSD sequence and my TS fails here. I am not sure what is going on here. Can someone shed some light on this? This happens after drivers install and Config Manager install proceeds to finalise the system. Last Action: Setup Windows and ConfigMgr Last Group: Setup Operating System Last Status Message ID: 11135 Last Status Message Name: The task sequence execution engine failed executing an action Exit Code: 2147467259 Action Output: on information to C:\_SMSTaskSequence\unattend.xml Successfully initialized driver information Command line for extension .EXE is "%1" %* Set command line: "\\SCCM1.NYC.DOMAIN.CORP\SMSPKGE$\NYC0008F\SOURCES\SETUP.EXE" "/unattend:C:\_SMSTaskSequence\unattend.xml" /noreboot Executing command line: "\\SCCM1.NYC.DOMAIN.CORP\SMSPKGE$\NYC0008F\SOURCES\SETUP.EXE" "/unattend:C:\_SMSTaskSequence\unattend.xml" /noreboot Process completed with exit code 31 Windows Setup completed with exit code 31 EnteringReleaseSource() for \\SCCM1.NYC.DOMAIN.CORP\SMSPKGE$\NYC0008Freference count 1 for the source \\SCCM1.NYC.DOMAIN.CORP\SMSPKGE$\NYC0008F\ before releasing Released the resolved source \\SCCM1.NYC.DOMAIN.CORP\SMSPKGE$\NYC0008FexitCode == 0, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\setupwindows\setupwindows.cpp,440) setup.run(), HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\setupwindows\setupwindows.cpp,1707) Exiting with code 0x80004005 Windows setup failed, code 31 EDIT(UPDATE) This looks like driver issues. I am going to inject drivers directly into WIM and see what happens.
  9. Hello, My task sequence runs fine on a VM but when I use a physical machine it fails after the reboot with "PXE boot aborted" error. I have seen this earlier when the computer remembers last PXE advertisement. But here, it properly boots in PXE and loads PXE image and when it restarts, it does not go to PXE. I am using Dell Optiplex 990. My task sequence is set to "Rerun if failed in previous attempt", I also tried "Rerun always", but it fails too. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  10. Ok. so I wrote a powershell script myself and here it is if someone comes looking for similar request. # Script to add a domain user to a Remote Desktop users group on the local PC. $computerName = gc env:computername $userName = $computerName.split("-")[0] $Domain = gc env:USERDNSDOMAIN $localGroupName = "Remote Desktop Users" if ([adsi]::Exists("LDAP://CN=$userName,OU=PEOPLE,OU=Accounts,DC=laurion,DC=corp")) { $adsi = [ADSI]"WinNT://$ComputerName/$localGroupName,group" $memberList = $adsi.psbase.invoke("Members") | %{$_.GetType().InvokeMember("Name", 'GetProperty', $null, $_, $null)} foreach($member in $memberList) { Write-Host "Member is $member" if(!$member -eq $userName) { $adsi.add("WinNT://$Domain/$userName,group") Write-Host "User $Domain\$userName is now member of local group $localGroupName on $computerName." } else { Write-Host "User already exists in the group." } } } else { Write-Host "User does not exist in AD domain." }
  11. Hi Guys, I would like to add domain users to be able to log on via RDP to their desktop via script or GPO. Basically, all our desktops are named after the user who uses it. Dersktop=sjobs-xp1, sjobs-ws1 and Username=sjobs Can you guys advise me how can I achieve this? Any scripting ideas on windows? We also just started using SCCM, so anything there can also work.
  12. Hello, I am looking to change the desktop theme and taskbar properties during the win 7 deployment. Does anybody know how to change the theme to "classic" and set taskbar to "Use small icons" & "Combine when taskbar is full". Thanks for your help.
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