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  1. Hello Running SCCM2012 SP1 with an MP/DP in a datacenter and a DP in 3 local offices. All has been working fine since the beginning mostly thanks to the guides here. But since this monday when deploying new laptops, I get an error message when PXE booting: Recovery Your PC needs to be repaired The Boot configuration Data for your PC is missing or contains errors File:\boot\bcd Error code: 0xc000000f Checking the logs on the local DP where I reside i see the following: [TSMESSAGING] AsyncCallback(): WINHTTP_CALLBACK_STATUS_SECURE_FAILURE Encountered SMSPXE 4/25/2013 11:50:20 AM
  2. Hi all If you are running SCCM database on a SQL cluster: you will need to run the reporting server on a separate server (I couldn't get it running on a cluster node and I didn't like it anyway I went for a VM with not much ressources). After installing the SRSS service, you must configure it before going back to SCCM: Configure the service to start with the SCCM report user create the DB (point it to your clustered system center instance) Report server DB credential: use once again the SCCM report user Add the Report Manager url (at least http) Define the Execution Account with
  3. I just started with IE9 too and went the IEAK way as I need to add some trusted sites, modify the security level of these sites (and I also add the most used company related url in the fav bar). it smoothly created the msi but when I want to add it as an application I received a warning: I acknowledge the error and then add it as an application in my TS (a simple deploy win 7 x64). and same as you face I doesn't get installed. (no error message during the TS) I'm still trying to find which log(s) I should check for applications install (might be related to the publisher warning)
  4. Hello From what you describe, the first thing that comes to mind in a Bios issue. What brand and model do you use, does it happen with different models, ... or did you already check for bios updates too ?
  5. I finally found what went wrong: when first setting up the MP I installed it to use HTTPS only. I went on to configure the DP and so on and later on reconfigure on the MP to allow HTTP and HTTS requests. the error in smstslog on the DP is in fact pretty explicit: Initializing HTTP transport. OSDSetupHook 6/5/2012 11:05:42 AM 1928 (0x0788) Setting URL = https://CORPSCL01.company.com/NOCERT_SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/CCM0000A. OSDSetupHook 6/5/2012 11:05:42 AM 1928 (0x0788) Address=https://CORPSCL01.company.com, Scheme=https, Object=/NOCERT_SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/CCM0000A, Port=443. OSDSetupHook
  6. Hello I renamed the task sequence to v1.1 and it is picked up when restarting the build & capture task sequence. But local amdinsitrator is still disabled when I try to log on The Task sequence (it's the only one created so far): But I also I have another issue (missed that one as I let it run overnight to only see the login page in the morning) Maybe it is linked to that as it doesnt properly finish the sequence ? Taks sequence fails at the "Setup Windows and Configuration Manager": CLibSMSMessageWinHttpTransport::Send: URL: CORPSCL01.comany.com:443 PROPFIND
  7. Hello First of all thank you very much for all the guides and the help you provide here !!!! Now based on the guide found at http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/4468-using-sccm-2012-rc-in-a-lab-part-7-build-and-capture-windows-7-x64/, I made a small mistake and missed the "and that you DO enter an Administrator Password" when creating the task sequence. As the OS is not part of a domain or is another user configured ... I'm locked out .... So I modified the settings accordingly but I cannot get the client computer to see that modification. Topology is : o
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