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  1. Validation fixed the first issue. Is your issue still happening? It sounds a little different, sounds like the policy for the deletion of the deployment may not have been created successfully.
  2. Make sure you have a solid backup of any DBs even if the DB test runs OK. If they are VMs take a snapshot prior to upgrading.
  3. In SCCM remove it from the software update group(s) which are being deployed that it is a member of.
  4. Sounded like that to me too. No I will post there though thanks!
  5. Digging deeper. If they initiate the deployment from the collection, they can deploy OK, if they initiate the deployment from the TS itself, then they have the issue.
  6. We have upgraded SCCM from R2 to R2 w/ SP1 and CU1, we have not done CU2 yet, although I don't see fixes for these two issues listed in there. Issue 1. Anyone that is not a full admin (maybe more accurately, anyone set up with custom security) cannot deploy a task sequence with a required purpose. If they set the purpose as available, they can deploy it fine. This was working fine prior to the upgrade. What happens is when they hit the NEXT button on the deployment settings screen, it pauses a moment like it is processing, then refreshes to the same screen. Issue 2. Software inventory processing on the primary sites takes 30 seconds up to 1:30 to process a file single file, resulting in a backlog. Typically its around a minute per file. Again working fine prior to the upgrade. These are all delta as far as I can tell. Any help is appreciated!
  7. Does the machine show up under DEVICES in the SCCM Console, and state that it has the client and that the client is the correct version?
  8. I agree with Garth, what is the business need there? What are you trying to accomplish? But ultimately you should be able to do this with a scope and role. Create a scope and role, assign the query permissions as applicable. You would probably want a couple of Roles and scopes, one role for read and one for write, one scope for read and then an individual scope for each group. Give the pre canned queries access to the read scope. Then assign the group to the write scope. That should allow them to create queries and edit them. With this set up, other groups will only be able to read the queries created by the group if the group goes into their created query and assigns the read scope. I would have to mess around with it, but just go in and start trying some things and see if you can get it to work for you.
  9. Can you screenshot your deployment user experience tab for us. Under Device Restart Behavior, you want Servers NOT checked if you want them to reboot. Otherwise the reboot will be suppressed for those machines.
  10. I may have fixed the first issue, I have the validation set to run tonight. I will update accordingly.
  11. Try formatting the surface drive with a partition. Then boot to USB again. We have seen issues exactly as you explain them and this worked for us.
  12. Hi all, We are having two issues, similar, in a way, but I do not think related. One is that we have a DP trying to verify the content of a package that no longer exists. Failed to validate package "PackageID" on distribution point "["Display=\\DP2\"]MSWNET:["SMS_SITE=NPS"]\\DP2\". The package may not be present or may be corrupt. Please redistribute it. We have two DPs and this only happens on DP#2 Second is that colleval tries to distribute a package that does not exist. CCEPSource::GetCollectionInfo:- Collection Not Found with CollectionID=545 CEP-ErrorCode=-2016280319 CEP-Failed to process Collection Extended Properties changes, Status = COLLECTION NOT FOUND FOREIGN KEY CONSTRAINTS, changes will be retried on next processing cycle. Sounds like something with the DB table to me. In monitoring, the component status for colleval has this error about 3 times a minute. Collection Evaluator failed to process Collection Settings changes. These changes will be retried on next processing cycle. Solution: Review the previous status messages and logs for further clarification about this problem. This is message ID 2548 There is no previous error with any information. Any help is appreciated!!!
  13. I don't think you need a SUP at the factory, a DP will do with the details provided.
  14. Variables are represented by %variable% So in your script you would reference the TS Variable you create that way. I can't help on the script itself sorry.
  15. So far OSD has been going along just fine, now WinPE blue screens with an error DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL on Dells. I have Created a new boot image with no extra drivers (did not work) Create a new boot image with no extra drivers and no Nomad Add Ins (did not work) Create a driver with ONLY dell WinPE drivers (worked) Imported those dell PE drivers into our prod boot image. Now new Lenovo Models blue screen, as well as Dells still. If I leave a separate boot image only for Dell with Dell PE drivers, it works fine. I removed the drivers from PROD and new Lenovo models boot and starts the image fine. This is a huge PITA and something we have never had to do before. Am I missing some new details here with Win PE5? The new model lines? SCCM 2012 R2 with CU3. Models tested are the Lenovo X250 and T450s and the new Dell Latitude E7440s. It does not seem to effect older models, but I cannot 100% confirm that yet. I saw one article that said it was because our images were captured in SCCM 2007 and need to be recaptured in SCCM 2012. I did that and it did not fix anything.
  16. Sample from the NomadBranch.log file Again, this all looks completely normal to me. The data was not local so it was coming back to our Corporate office to get the content. Package Receive Statistics for package "CAS000AB"(2) on TFD036UWK160 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:15 AM 5160 (0x1428) CAS000AB_2.BLKMAP TotalBlks=54217, BlksWritten=3787 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:15 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3788 (blk/s=10) 3F8000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:16 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3808 (blk/s=20) 498000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:18 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3828 (blk/s=20) 538000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:20 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3833 (blk/s=5) 560000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:21 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.149% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:21 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3838 (blk/s=5) 588000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:22 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3848 (blk/s=10) 5D8000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:24 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\nvwgf2um.dl_" blk=3868 (blk/s=20) 678000(68DE40) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9080 "CAS000AB_Cache\0B30ECE0-C815-4269-BD5D-972D520B5C19\OpenCL.dl_" blk=3871 (blk/s=3871) 0(77E0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.218% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9080 "CAS000AB_Cache\0EA3729C-BFC2-412F-8D55-83EAA782A08D\bcmis.inf" blk=3873 (blk/s=3873) 0(EA8) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.218% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\IUsb3Hub.man" blk=3882 (blk/s=9) 0(2B81E) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:26 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9080 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\iusb3xhc.inf" blk=3900 (blk/s=18) 0(4638) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:27 AM 5160 (0x1428) Notify progress to CTM JobId {FA599102-2C43-45C1-A246-9C6B01828577}, Files 50/1436, Bytes 127217705/1746040659 {3} (OK) COM 2/25/2015 9:34:29 AM 6692 (0x1A24) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\iusb3xhc.sys" blk=3916 (blk/s=16) 0(C2638) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:29 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\iusb3xhc.sys" blk=3926 (blk/s=10) 50000(C2638) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:30 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\iusb3xhc.sys" blk=3930 (blk/s=4) 70000(C2638) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:31 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.318% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:31 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\10AE01B2-85AC-469B-8615-8D0501D6840E\iusb3xhc.sys" blk=3936 (blk/s=6) A0000(C2638) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:33 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9100 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\." blk=3941 (blk/s=70) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:33 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\CW132033.cat" blk=3944 (blk/s=8) 8000(4E623) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:34 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9100 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\." blk=3958 (blk/s=17) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:34 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\atiadlxx.dl_" blk=3961 (blk/s=17) 0(3035B) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:35 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\atibtmon.ex_" blk=3977 (blk/s=16) 0(117EE) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:36 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.390% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:36 AM 5160 (0x1428) Clear Append Ctx - 172.21.172.167 (incomplete) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:42 AM 5160 (0x1428) Package Receive Statistics for package "CAS000AB"(2) on TFD036UWK160 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:42 AM 5160 (0x1428) CAS000AB_2.BLKMAP TotalBlks=54217, BlksWritten=3980 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:42 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=3981 (blk/s=4) 0(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:48 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 7.397% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:48 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=3984 (blk/s=3) 18000(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:49 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=3994 (blk/s=10) 68000(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:50 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=3998 (blk/s=4) 88000(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:51 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=4000 (blk/s=2) 98000(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) Clear Append Ctx - 172.21.172.167 (incomplete) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) Package Receive Statistics for package "CAS000AB"(2) on TFD036UWK160 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) CAS000AB_2.BLKMAP TotalBlks=54217, BlksWritten=4002 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_http 0100007F 9000 "CAS000AB_Cache\122FFBB4-F64C-4CD9-A75F-8C6555ACE40E\B129792\aticaldd.dl_" blk=4004 (blk/s=4) B8000(5C68EB) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:34:53 AM 5160 (0x1428) After I killed IIS. DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\C92EA65E-114A-4589-AA00-D7C91704EA20\NETwNs32.sys" blk=47839 (blk/s=34) 98000(9D2A00) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:50 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\C92EA65E-114A-4589-AA00-D7C91704EA20\NETwNs32.sys" blk=47919 (blk/s=80) 318000(9D2A00) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:51 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 88.685% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\C92EA65E-114A-4589-AA00-D7C91704EA20\NETwNs32.sys" blk=48119 (blk/s=200) 958000(9D2A00) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\CE04CDB6-6AA5-45D3-A385-67D46EDC1A5E\." blk=48135 (blk/s=459) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:52 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1080 "CAS000AB_Cache\D0DA5F97-9386-4D97-AEED-FEF157D98E82\iusb3hcs.cat" blk=48149 (blk/s=30) 0(1F2E) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:53 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\D3757DBC-8F0D-4898-A4D8-9130B6662CE5\." blk=48197 (blk/s=62) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:54 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\D3757DBC-8F0D-4898-A4D8-9130B6662CE5\rt64win7.cat" blk=48199 (blk/s=50) 0(90BA9) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:55 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\D3757DBC-8F0D-4898-A4D8-9130B6662CE5\rt64win7.sys" blk=48256 (blk/s=57) 8000(C48E0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:56 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 89.127% Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:57 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\DAC766E8-DEB5-47E3-82CD-49909D70F67C\." blk=48287 (blk/s=90) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:57 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\DAC766E8-DEB5-47E3-82CD-49909D70F67C\nusb3co.dll" blk=48288 (blk/s=32) 0(14000) (prevblk=48286) 1000 Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:57 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\DAC766E8-DEB5-47E3-82CD-49909D70F67C\nusb3xhc.sys" blk=48299 (blk/s=11) 0(37588) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:58 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\DFB795C7-4A09-4240-962D-6FDDA088DF87\." blk=48306 (blk/s=19) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:58 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E1B188E2-557E-4450-92D9-B09A6E7140C7\amdkmpfd.msi" blk=48317 (blk/s=18) 0(10600) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:59 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\." blk=48321 (blk/s=15) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 9:59:59 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\C7132033.cat" blk=48327 (blk/s=10) 20000(A6D54) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:01 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1100 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\." blk=48349 (blk/s=28) 0(0) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:01 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiadlxx.dl_" blk=48352 (blk/s=25) 0(45663) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:02 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 89.226% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:02 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiapfxx.blb" blk=48368 (blk/s=16) 0(32CC8) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:03 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1080 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticalcl64.dl_" blk=48381 (blk/s=13) 0(6061) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:05 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48567 (blk/s=93) 0(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:07 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 89.661% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:08 AM 5160 (0x1428) Notify progress to CTM JobId {FA599102-2C43-45C1-A246-9C6B01828577}, Files 1244/1436, Bytes 1565515656/1746040659 {1} (OK) COM 2/25/2015 10:00:08 AM 6692 (0x1A24) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48614 (blk/s=23) 178000(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:09 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48644 (blk/s=15) 268000(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:12 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 89.811% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:13 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48674 (blk/s=15) 358000(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:14 AM 5160 (0x1428) Bad timer "Watchdog" 1D0510BC32CF75D 1D0510BC33DA1A9 diff=109 NomadBranch 2/25/2015 10:00:15 AM 2608 (0x0A30) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48704 (blk/s=15) 448000(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:16 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\aticaldd64.dl_" blk=48764 (blk/s=30) 628000(68118C) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:18 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 90.002% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:18 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atidxx64.dl_" blk=48885 (blk/s=60) 0(34AD2D) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:20 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atidxx64.dl_" blk=48939 (blk/s=27) 1B0000(34AD2D) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:23 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 90.360% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:24 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiedu64.dl_" blk=49000 (blk/s=30) 0(8873) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:25 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atikmdag.sy_" blk=49017 (blk/s=8) 28000(63E708) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:27 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atikmdag.sy_" blk=49080 (blk/s=31) 220000(63E708) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:29 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 90.577% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:29 AM 5160 (0x1428) Bad timer "Watchdog" 1D0510BCC450B37 1D0510BCC55B577 diff=109 NomadBranch 2/25/2015 10:00:30 AM 2608 (0x0A30) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atikmdag.sy_" blk=49140 (blk/s=30) 400000(63E708) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:31 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atikmdag.sy_" blk=49200 (blk/s=30) 5E0000(63E708) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:33 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 90.819% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:34 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atio6axx.dl_" blk=49245 (blk/s=22) C8000(A18611) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:36 AM 5160 (0x1428) Bad timer "Watchdog" 1D0510BCF569769 1D0510BCF6C0456 diff=140 NomadBranch 2/25/2015 10:00:36 AM 2608 (0x0A30) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atio6axx.dl_" blk=49305 (blk/s=30) 2A8000(A18611) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:38 AM 5160 (0x1428) Notify progress to CTM JobId {FA599102-2C43-45C1-A246-9C6B01828577}, Files 1263/1436, Bytes 1588851131/1746040659 {2} (OK) COM 2/25/2015 10:00:38 AM 6692 (0x1A24) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 91.054% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:39 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atio6axx.dl_" blk=49365 (blk/s=30) 488000(A18611) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:40 AM 5160 (0x1428) Bad timer "Watchdog" 1D0510BD26CE665 1D0510BD2897781 diff=187 NomadBranch 2/25/2015 10:00:41 AM 2608 (0x0A30) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atio6axx.dl_" blk=49415 (blk/s=25) 618000(A18611) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:42 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atio6axx.dl_" blk=49455 (blk/s=20) 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98000(368966) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:54 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 92.030% Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:56 AM 5160 (0x1428) Bad timer "Watchdog" 1D0510BDBA8AF2A 1D0510BDBBBBAAE diff=124 NomadBranch 2/25/2015 10:00:56 AM 2608 (0x0A30) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiumd64.dl_" blk=49874 (blk/s=15) 188000(368966) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:57 AM 5160 (0x1428) Notify progress to CTM JobId {FA599102-2C43-45C1-A246-9C6B01828577}, Files 1274/1436, Bytes 1607893294/1746040659 {1} (OK) COM 2/25/2015 10:00:58 AM 6692 (0x1A24) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiumd64.dl_" blk=49914 (blk/s=20) 2C8000(368966) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:00:59 AM 5160 (0x1428) DP_smb 0100007F 1000 "CAS000AB_Cache\E43348D8-3728-4B0D-98F2-DF716CAAB44F\B129792\atiumd6a.ca_" blk=49973 (blk/s=29) 130000(23106E) Consolidator 2/25/2015 10:01:01 AM 5160 (0x1428) PkgCacheStatusSet CAS000AB(2) 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  17. As far as I know and have ever experienced Nomad only detects congestion on the local client, not on the WAN link itself, or any appliances for that matter. So it is very possible for it to be killing the WAN while clients are thinking they are OK, due to the fact that the local NIC is not having issues, its on the WAN/LAN end. From my network admin So to me, this sounds like the traffic does not matter which protocol we used, that it gets scanned regardless. So it wouldn't matter how we transported SCCM data. They can exclude traffic from the Fortigate, but would have to go to each of our 200+ sites and do so. Again they don't always answer 100% or give all information, so we have to do a lot of digging and prying to figure out what is really going on. I do know for a fact the WAN was down/dropping packets. So still after I processed all the information, there is still not a problem. I think the real issues is simply congestion and SCCM happened to be involved in that, just like all other traffic going out and coming in. Regardless I am having him monitor a few locations to see what they see.
  18. Yeah I will log a ticket with support if needed. I turned on HTTP again as it caused problems like we figured it would. Yesterday I pushed back on our network team forcing them to explain why SCCM was the issue. They really didn't have an answer other than at that point in time a pc was downloading data, and of course I got the information two days later. The appliance is a Fortigate. I can get more detailed information if needed. The fortigate is running at 100%. Again I can get more detailed information. Basically what happens is the amount of traffic going through it causes overload and it cant keep up, in turn killing the WAN link. I will see if the nomad log rolled over yet, but I should be able to grab it. I think right now I will stand pat and leave everything as I had it. If it happens again I can log a ticket with Support. Thank you guys for the assist!
  19. I left IIS running but simply disabled the DP application pool under the website. I am not sure if this is the best way, but it seems to be doing the trick.
  20. The problem we are having is that we use Nomad and at this time it almost always defaults to HTTP for downloading over the WAN. This is fine except we have some network appliances where this could cause them to run up to 100% utilization. I feel this can be easily done via IIS rights, but I am not that great with IIS yet. If I disable IIS on our DPs it moves to SMB and everything is fine except for all the other components that use IIS on those servers. Is it possible to just disable HTTP for content download and force it to SMB?
  21. We do what Mike said. It is really simple and keeps things organized. When an old update gets superseded or expired it is a quick process to remove the update. I probably spend 10-15 minutes a month doing updates after the initial setup, it really isn't that bad anymore in 2012.
  22. Yeah it looks along the same lines. I will post details later today.
  23. If you are using the dock make sure the latest firmware is installed for the Surface. Also there is also an issue where the Surface comes shipped with an incorrect time. Log into command prompt and change it to the correct time. We see this on about half of the ones we receive. Edit, we are booting these all with the boot media at this time.
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