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  1. That doesn't make senses to me. If you look at the 2nd screen shot, the computer name is different. The "Computer" listed is the machine that I was on when I viewed the event log. I did this on a member server and on a DC.
  2. I have a GPO containing User and Computer settings. It is 'enabled' in the Details tab and 'Authenticated Users' was added under the Delegation tab. It is linked to the proper OU's and the Security Filtering contains the group containing members needing the GPO. Also for added measure, Domain Computers was added in the Delegation Tab. However, the policy is not applying, even with a reboot, and I HAVE given it adequate time to replicate. When I run a GPUPDATE /Force and then a GPRESULT /r from the command line on my test workstation, logged in as my Domain Admin account, the policy does not show up and does not appear in the HTML file when I create it using GPRESULT. This machine is in an OU for which the GPO is applied. When I run the GPO Modeling Wizard, the policy shows up as Denied... Access Denied (Security Filtering) See attached screen shot. How do I get this policy to apply the the computer and associated user when policy refreshes. I've attached two screen shots:The results of the modeling wizard: and the RSOP run from 'elevated' command line: This is time sensitive. I'm needing input as soon as reasonably possible. Thanks in advance for your input. Thanks, Dino
  3. I have a Domain Admin account in one of our domains containing six DC's. My account is being locked out on a DAILY basis. I don't use that account to run any services. I'm attaching screen shots of the messages. They are nondescript from the standpoint of directing me to the server or computer that is generating the lockouts. How can I track down the machine that is locking out my account? Event log screen shots attached.
  4. I've created a User GPO to map a drive for users in a SUB-OU who need it. The GPO is linked to the user SUB-OU for the department in question. There are about 50 users in that SUB-OU and I only need the GPO to apply to about ten of them. I created a Global Security group with only those ten users and added it to Security Filtering for the GPO thinking that would work. However the GPO refuses to apply unless I leave Authenticated Users in Security Filtering. (Authenticated Users is now required for applying User GPO's). In this scenario, the mapping then applies to ALL users in the linked SUB-OU and not simple to the ten users in the security group that I created. How do I get the GPO to apply to the SUB-OU but still only set the mapping for the few users who need it? I don't want to make another SUB-OU just to accommodate drive mapping for these users since this is a process that will have broader implications for other department.
  5. I appreciate the feedback so far. The installer and the uninstaller are VERY POORLY WRITTEN. There are no unattended or silent flags to use for the removal. Also, I already looked at the link in this thread and ran it. The application does not show up when I run the powershell commands. LOTS of Microsoft software shows up though. It is not an MSI install. It is an EXE install. There is no uninstall key. I've attached a screen shot of the uninstall options. The "console mode" in the screen shot simply opens a GUI uninstall.
  6. There is an older application (Fishbowl 2013) running on over 100 machines. It was manually installed. We just recently moved to SCCM. It was an EXE install and there is NO uninstall value in the registry to reference. The uninstall uses "uninstall.exe", located in the "program files (x86)\Fishbowl" folder. There are no flags that will allow me to provide input to the uninstaller. I am able to do a removal on the local machine without incident. The vendor was of no help. What I want to do is use SCCM to uninstall this application so that we don't have to touch over 100 machines. I've tried creating a 'package' and an 'application', with a CMD file containing the full path to the uninstall command, but it doesn't work in either scenario. I don't want to 'install', the uninstaller, which is what both options want to do. I simply want to run the uninstaller 'hidden', so users get no prompts and so it completes automatically. I am not a powershell coder. I find it cryptic and confusing and am not able grasp it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Dino
  7. I've got two forests (Forest A and Forest B ) with a validated two-way non-transitive trust between the domains in each forest. I login as a domain admin to a server in Forest B and can open AD users and computers and browse as needed. I can also open AD in Forest A from that same server in Forest B and can I see all objects. Where I'm having a problem is trying to grant access to a user in the domain on Forest A to a folder on a server in the domain in Forest B. On the server in the domain in Forest B, I open "Share and Storage Management and select the share to which I want to grant the user access. I right-click on the share and go to Properties / Permissions / NTFS Permissions. I click on "Add" / "Locations" and select the domain in Forest A. (See attachment) I see the icon as displayed in the attached JPG. However, when I click on the "+" sign, the domain indicated at the arrow does not open or populate. This is a crucial issue that I need to resolve. What am I missing or what else do I need to do to grant the required access. Thanks in advance for timely responses.
  8. Re: your previous reply. I don't see Add/Remove Program anywhere. It looked like it had been replaced with installed software references. What am i missing. And, if I disable the software inventory, where do I make the change that will get me the installed programs...? I'm new to 2012, although I worked extensively in 2007.... Thanks, Dino
  9. SMSTS log file contents are listed below. I hilighted the lines in red that were errors in the log file. The Blue lines are the warnings. Dino LOGGING: Finalize process ID set to 944 TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 948 (0x03B4) ==============================[ TSBootShell.exe ]============================== TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 948 (0x03B4) Succeeded loading resource DLL 'X:\sms\bin\x64\1033\TSRES.DLL' TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 948 (0x03B4) Debug shell is enabled TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 948 (0x03B4) Waiting for PNP initialization... TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) RAM Disk Boot Path: MULTI(0)DISK(0)RDISK(0)PARTITION(1)\SOURCES\BOOT.WIM TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) WinPE boot path: C:\SOURCES\BOOT.WIM TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) Booted from removable device TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) Found config path C:\ TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) Booting from removable media, not restoring bootloaders on hard drive TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) C:\WinPE does not exist. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) C:\_SmsTsWinPE\WinPE does not exist. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) Executing command line: wpeinit.exe -winpe TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:12 PM 972 (0x03CC) The command completed successfully. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:15 PM 972 (0x03CC) Starting DNS client service. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:15 PM 972 (0x03CC) Executing command line: X:\sms\bin\x64\TsmBootstrap.exe /env:WinPE /configpath:C:\ TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 972 (0x03CC) The command completed successfully. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 972 (0x03CC) ==============================[ TSMBootStrap.exe ]============================== TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 1180 (0x049C) Command line: X:\sms\bin\x64\TsmBootstrap.exe /env:WinPE /configpath:C:\ TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 1180 (0x049C) Succeeded loading resource DLL 'X:\sms\bin\x64\1033\TSRES.DLL' TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 1180 (0x049C) Succeeded loading resource DLL 'X:\sms\bin\x64\TSRESNLC.DLL' TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:16 PM 1180 (0x049C) Current OS version is 10.0.10586.0 TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Adding SMS bin folder "X:\sms\bin\x64" to the system environment PATH TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Failed to open PXE registry key. Not a PXE boot. TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Media Root = C:\ TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) WinPE boot type: 'Ramdisk:SourceIdentified' TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Failed to find the source drive where WinPE was booted from TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Executing from Media in WinPE TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Verifying Media Layout. TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) MediaType = BootMedia TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) PasswordRequired = false TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) dwResult == 0L, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmbootstrap\tsmbootstraputil.cpp,499) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Failed to find a valid network adapter. Please ensure that this machine has a network adapter and appropiate network drivers. Unspecified error (Error: 80004005; Source: Windows) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) Failed to find a valid network adapter. For more information, contact your system administrator or helpdesk operator. TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:17 PM 1180 (0x049C) 0, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmbootstrap\tsmediawizardcontrol.cpp,2645) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) oTSMediaWizardControl.Run( sMediaRoot, true, sTSLaunchMode ), HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmbootstrap\tsmbootstrap.cpp,1070) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) Execute( eExecutionEnv, sConfigPath, sTSXMLFile, uBootCount, &uExitCode ), HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmbootstrap\tsmbootstrap.cpp,1254) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) Exiting with return code 0x80004005 TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) hMap != 0, HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentscope.cpp,493) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) m_pGlobalScope->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,335) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) this->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,561) TSMBootstrap 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 1180 (0x049C) Execution complete. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) hMap != 0, HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentscope.cpp,493) TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) m_pGlobalScope->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,335) TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) this->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,561) TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) ::RegOpenKeyExW (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, sKey.c_str(), 0, KEY_READ, &hSubKey), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\utils.cpp,878) TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) RegOpenKeyExW is unsuccessful for Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) GetTsRegValue() is unsuccessful. 0x80070002. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) End program: TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) Finalizing logging from process 944 TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) Finalizing logs to root of first available drive TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) Successfully finalized logs to D:\SMSTSLog TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) Cleaning up task sequencing logging configuration. TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) TS::Environment::SharedEnvironment.isInitialized() == true, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\tslogging.cpp,694) TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC) TS environment is not initialized TSBootShell 6/22/2016 4:54:18 PM 972 (0x03CC)
  10. Which one should I be looking at? There are a lot of them. Also, I was going to add a prestart command to the boot image, based on a couple KB articles that I read. When I updated the distribution point I got the following error. Ironically enough, the drive that I need is the one that is not injecting. However, if that was the problem to begin with, how would I be able to get an IP address as mentioned above? We ha a MS consultant on site a couple weeks ago and he built the image for us. Also, according to the Drivers tab in the Boot image in question, the Realtek PCI GBE Family Controller IS Signed. Error: Boot image to update: • Microsoft Windows PE (x64) Error: Actions to perform: • Add ConfigMgr binaries • Set scratch space • Enable Windows PE command line support • Add drivers Success: Boot image will include these drivers after update: • Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet • Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection • Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM • Intel® 82580 Gigabit Network Connection • Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection • Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM • Intel® 82580 Gigabit Network Connection • Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet • Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM Optional components: • Scripting (WinPE-Scripting) • Startup (WinPE-SecureStartup) • Network (WinPE-WDS-Tools) • Scripting (WinPE-WMI) Error: Failed to import the following drivers: • Realtek PCI GBE Family Controller - Failed to inject a ConfigMgr driver into the mounted WIM file Error: The wizard detected the following problems when updating the boot image. • Failed to inject a ConfigMgr driver into the mounted WIM file The SMS Provider reported an error.: ConfigMgr Error Object: instance of SMS_ExtendedStatus { • Description = "Failed to inject OSD binaries into mounted WIM file (often happens if unsigned drivers are inserted into x64 boot image)"; • ErrorCode = 2152205056; • File = "e:\\nts_sccm_release\\sms\\siteserver\\sdk_provider\\smsprov\\sspbootimagepackage.cpp"; • Line = 4970; • ObjectInfo = "CSspBootImagePackage::PreRefreshPkgSrcHook"; • Operation = "ExecMethod"; • ParameterInfo = "SMS_BootImagePackage.PackageID=\"KHE00005\""; • ProviderName = "WinMgmt"; • StatusCode = 2147749889; };
  11. I'm getting the "failed to find a valid network adapter" message. However, when I F8 at the message and run an IP Config i HAVE a valid IP Address. Any suggestions or links? Dino
  12. I got it figured out. I believed a resource when they said that you didn't have to select a "Type" in the software inventory. I went back, selected *.exe and guess what? INVENTORY!!!!
  13. I've got an SCCM 2012 installation. hardware inventory is running correctly (for the most part). Resource explorer is reporting back on physical hardware but no installed software is showing up. I've followed guidance from several KB articles but the issue is not resolved. After doing the following I ran a Hardware Inventory across toe building. It ran late last week and again yesterday. Yielding no results. Additional symptom: When I build a query, I select the "Software Products", "Product Name" attribute. When I click on the "Value" box, which would normally give me a drop down list of items, it is also empty. What am I MISSING!!!!!!???? I've gone in to the Default Client Settings, "Hardware Inventory" option and selected additional "Inventory Classes" to collect: Installed apps (64).... Installed apps (win32reg.....) Installed executable - ..... Installed Software - ...... Software Licensing Prod..... Software Licensing Serv..... Software Shortcut..... Software Tag...... In "Software Inventory" option I DID NOT "SET" any "Inventory File Types", nor did I select "Collect Files". Based on the KB articles, If I set the items above, I didn't need to set these items. Thanks in advance for the help. Dino
  14. Got it figured out. I downloaded the driver package from Dell for the model in question. However the Dell computer DID NOT like the Dell-provided re-branded network driver that 'should' have worked. So, I had to download Intel's native driver and that worked right out of the gate. Dino
  15. The MS Consultant who was on site a couple weeks ago, helped us create OS and boot images for several Windows OS's. We tested the image on a VM and it built just fine. I downloaded the drivers for the Dell Optiplex 7040, 5040 and 3020 models and created task sequence media to install Windows 7 Enterprise on a Dell on USB and keep getting the following error when I try to use it to install an OS. The specific computer that I'm trying this on is the OptiPlex 7040. "failed to find a valid network adapter......". I followed technet article https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh301101.aspx. I completed the following steps: imported the drivers for the computer models in question, created a driver package, updated the distribution point with the drive package, confirmed that the boot image has the drivers included in it updated the distribution point for the boot image created the Task Sequence Media for 'Bootable, site-based USB Media'. I've repeated the process three or four times, all with the same result. Any suggestions other than 'fall on your sword', would be GREATLY appreciated. DIno