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  1. Hi everyone I currently noticed that strange data transmissions are being carried out when staging workstations. Defining stragne: When staging a client, between 200MB and 480MB of data is being transmitted from the MP to the workstation. After some digging, I determined that this is being sent over port 8530, which of course is from the SUP of this primary site. In the task sequences we always install the software updates. On the MP, there is also the SUP role active for this primary site. I know, the workstations are receiving the metadata and catalogue info from the SUP o
  2. Same "issue" here There are no errors and problems with the USMT-process, but the "Migration Status" never changes after a successful migration from "In progress" to anything else. What I also am quite confused of is the fact that the linked data on the State migration point is still in place after deleting items via SCCM console in "User State Migration".
  3. How can I finid out the encryption-key in a SCCM2012 environment? edit: Okay, okay ... Found it ... At least I guess so. Assets and Compliance\User State Migration Right Click on a Client View Recovery Information
  4. Well well ... Solved this. I had to install WSUS on the Primary Site as well. Although the options were set already, it looks like the binaries of the WSUS simply were missing to ensure connectivity with the clients. Thanks for the help!
  5. Alright - Sorry for not responding. Been quite busy. So, since I didn't set up the environment by myself I cannot really tell you how it has been set up. But I can tell that all the other features and roles seem to work absolutely proper. After going through the Post here on the page http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/5683-using-system-center-2012-configuration-manager-part-5-adding-wsus-adding-the-sup-role-deploying-the-configuration-manager-client-agent/]CLICK[/url]. The "Central Access SIte" (CAS) and "Primary Site" (PRI) are consisting of the following systems: CA
  6. It does not say anything about the source when I open Windows Updates via Control Panel. Although it displays me "94 important updates available". Seems like it checks on the WWW for updates, since I only added 24 updates to the Software Update Group on SCCM. I honestly doubt that this is the case at the moment. Why ever that is, it makes not much sense to me. Good question - In which of the 2 billion logfiles would this be logged?
  7. Yeah, I tried both with "As soon as possible" and also with a defined date. Edit: Does this affect the status of the Software Updates? I mean the deadline should not matter if an Update is "Required" or not.
  8. Hi everybody After I have downloaded the first set of updates, subsequently set up the first Software Update Group and assigned it to a Device Collection I defined beforehand, I am currently struggling with the following issue: Not even one single Software Update in the Software Update Group is shown as "Required" in the Console. The clients in the Device Collection are definitely not having these updates installed already. Which should put the status of all the Updates to "Required". To me, this makes absolutely no sense since applications can be deployed without any problems. So it
  9. As far as I understand your question: You define the download location by defining a Deployment Package. When creating an ADR you can choose a certain Deployment Package, so the Updates get downloaded to this location. Yes, there is. For example, you can set the generated Deployments to not "enable the deployment after this rule is run".
  10. Hi everybody I am also currently working on a future implementation of SCCM2012 Software Updates in our environment. Currently we do not have SCCM in place, so this gives me the advantage of starting from scratch. We will not patch any non-MS products with SCCM, so this narrows it a bit down. The focus is clearly set on Windows 7 and Office 2010. Anyway, to me it seems like the implementation of Software Updates in SCCM2012 is terrible. This conclusion comes from the basic fact that it is simply a mess to work with efficiently. Since we are migrating our whole environment from W
  11. Yes, sure I just posted the changed part, the include part is still as posted above in the first post. Would there be any reason the captured files get skipped when the destination folder does not exist? Because the path "%CSIDL_PROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook" does not exist just after setting up Win7.
  12. Well well ... The script also does not seem to work with the modified <locationModify> part. Capturing works according to the scanstate.log, although the restoring still is not taking place somehow.
  13. Hi Peter Thank you very much for your answer. I was throwing an eye on the RelativeMove also, but initially ignored it since I wasn't sure if I could use variables in this combination. So just out of the blue and interpreted in context of my basic idea, this would look like this: <locationModify script="MigXmlHelper.RelativeMove('%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\’, '%CSIDL_PROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook’)"> <objectSet> <pattern type="File”>%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\* [*]</pattern> </objectSet> <
  14. Hi everybody I just encountered an issue while trying to capture and restore custom folders / data with USMT 4.0 in combination of a SCCM2012 state migration point. The capturing task works quite well, I suppose. At least all the settings I did and wanted to capture got captured and restored again from WinXP into Win7. Well, so far the success story ... Since I need to capture more data (Outlook signatures in this first case), I read the documentation on how to do this and created a custom XML-File: <migration urlid="http://www.microsoft.com/migration/1.0/migxmlext/testmigrat
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