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  1. I don't specify the product key at all at that stage. Leave it blank is my suggestion!
  2. Full WMI code for these is definitely "HP Compaq 8200 Elite SFF PC" However I think you might have other problems with this model further down the line. They are ancient!
  3. I don't see a problem with this. Install the MBAM client in your build or distribute after build time. Set up MBAM server and associated group policy. When it joins the domain you'll get group policy and the MBAM client will kick in and prompt the user for a PIN and encryption will start. You need to add some REG keys to make this happen quickly [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\FVE\MDOPBitLockerManagement] "ClientWakeupFrequency"=dword:00000001 "StatusReportingFrequency"=dword:00000001 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MBAM] "NoStartupDelay"=dword:00000001
  4. Not sure how mature peer cache and branch cache are. I'm also interested to see if anyone is making it work! We use 1E Nomad for this purpose and have done for years. We have 1 main DP for 12,000 users because of this. If you want to do an OSD at a slow site you build a master PC and ship it to that site. The clients can then pull everything from that PC and not go back to the DP.
  5. No you can't patch it up a full release version. you need to use the in-place upgrade task sequence for existing machines or download the 1803 ISO and drop that into your wipe and load TS.
  6. I've had that when driver source files have been removed so next time you do an update it can't find them and errors. Look at the properties of the boot image and note what's under the drivers tab. Remove some or all of the drivers and update the boot image. If that's clean then import your NIC drivers again from source.
  7. I never got the Surface 4 to PXE boot. I didn't take it much further as we don't have very many. The later Surface Pro does PXE in exactly the same environment.
  8. Caveat: Do not start deleting folders in SCCM without understanding the structure. If you are not short of disk space then leave it alone! That said :-) if you wanted to move something large like an OS .WIM file, in: Software Library | OS Images | Properties | Data Sources - note the existing path - copy the file to your new location - change the data source path to the new location then right-click Update Distribution Points - once you are happy it has replicated you can delete the file from the path you noted earlier.
  9. Assuming you are booting the VM from an ISO, just recreate the ISO and it will have a new certificate. Task sequences | Create Boot Media | Bootable Media | Site Based | CD/DVD Set - default is a year but you can make it longer
  10. So in Operating System Images you should see PS100091 as the image ID for your 1803 WIM. Click on content status then view status to see if there are any errors there. Guessing IIS is ok just giving an error as the content's not there.
  11. 80070002 is file not found - guessing your site is PS1 so the content it's missing 00091
  12. 1802 is baseline now so you can install that straight off. 16 core / 96 Gb is to support the maximum number of clients which is 50,000 when SQL is installed locally. It supports more clients if SQL is local . We're supporting 15,000 clients on an 8 core, 64Gb VM and performance is fine. SQL will take all the memory if you let it so that needs restricted.
  13. Might it be this line "Setup exit code: 0x00009C4F (40015) - Wrong OS Version"
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