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  1. Are you using the right KMS client key on your Win10 machines to activate them on the right version? https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj612867(v=ws.11).aspx
  2. Check the command that is being run isn't something like Msiexec /i setup.exe
  3. I used this to fix my boot images after upgrading sccm and adk http://blog.coretech.dk/hra/missing-tabs-on-boot-image-after-installing-adk-for-windows-10-in-configmgr/
  4. Don't import them at all (except for WinPE drivers). This was trivial to setup and works like a dream. http://www.scconfigmgr.com/2017/03/29/modern-driver-management-using-web-services-during-osd-with-configmgr/
  5. Which ARP caches have you cleared? Also check the arp tables on the physical DC - we have one server that seems to keep creating an incorrect static ARP entry for the gateway IP when it reboots.
  6. Sounds like DNS scavenging
  7. We had so many mixed results with auto apply drivers and Dell machines we now use the generational driver packs and specific packs for new models and when we have issues from Dell Community imported as SCCM packages with appropriate WMI filters. http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2065.dell-command-deploy-driver-packs-for-enterprise-client-os-deployment
  8. Hmm... You *might* be able to use rendom. You can't use it if Exchange is installed, but as you're running Notes you could be able to. It might work if its pure Office 365 you're migrating to and not an Exchange hybrid environment.
  9. By adding a UPN you can do username@domain.com You won't be able to change from hq\username I'm afraid.
  10. can you give an example of how a user would see the HQ part of the DNS name?
  11. Is it actually visible to your end users? We have one domain for our internal network, but use a different public DNS domain for all of our services so that they external and internal URLs are the same... eg sharepoint.company.com mail.company.com. You can easily do that without renaming your domain. In fact our company.com domain is still (internally) attached to a legacy AD forest we're trying to decommission. Look up split brain DNS.
  12. Depends What are you trying to achieve?
  13. You menton email, so I assume you're using Exchange. This basically means a domain rename is unsupported. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738208%28v=ws.10%29.aspx The domain rename operation is not supported in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or Exchange Server 2010. DNS domain rename is supported in Exchange Server 2003. However, renaming of the NetBIOS domain name is not supported in any version of Exchange Server. Other non-Microsoft applications might also not support domain rename. For more information about other Microsoft applications that are incompatible with domain rename, see article 300684 (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=185229) in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
  14. Yes, the main goal is to do some lengthy app deployments while preventing the user from logging on - and providing some sort of feedback that something is happening. As SCCM already does this as part of OSD I expected it to be easy......
  15. Hi folks, I've been trying to get a TS to run in a similar way to the way it runs during OSD. In other words, I want to restart the computer to the installed OS, then run the TS with progress bar prior to presenting the logon dialogue. This is the way SCCM runs the TS during OSD, but I've had no joy replicating it. Is there a simple registry change I can do to get this behaviour? Cheers!
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