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  1. You can check ServiceWindowManager.log in the client logs. If you have clients that are in multiple collections with maintenance windows the client will adhere to all active maintenance windows. Also check that the deployment does not ignore maintenance windows. See http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb694295.aspx for further information. Jeremy
  2. I believe Win32 Error = 53 means "The network path was not be found". Check/Confirm the permissions on the site server shares. What is listed under the Share permissions?
  3. Hi, I'm trying to setup PXE service point on a secondary site. It's worked on other secondary sites except this one. I've tried adding the role from the "New Site Role Wizard" and on the sever I dont see any PXE logs (pxecontrol.log , pxeMSI.log, PXEsetup.log). I've even tried to manually run the pxe.msi , that does not seem to install either. Any suggestions or help? Thanks! Jeremy
  4. Also, take a look here: http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/3244-how-can-i-display-my-hta/
  5. It looks like this is happening outside of WinPE, you could enable HTA support in your boot image. Where in your TS do you have the 'HTA display' step? Have you tried opening task manager through the command prompt to see if it is running?
  6. Hey guys, Is there a way to use remote tools for a user object? Under the All users collection the Start -> Remote tools is not available. Does something need to be enabled in Remote Toosl Client Agent? I couldn't find any answers or resources on the web. Alternatively is there a way to add an Active Directory attribute under the user object that will display the Computer Name? Thanks! Jay
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