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  1. Does anyone know if its possible to setup a Distribution Point without IIS? Technet Article here shows IIS is a requirement: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682077.aspx#BKMK_SupConfigSiteSystemReq but Microsoft recommended us that if we are using Domain Controller as a DP, we should try and not install IIS for security reasons. (Yes Domain Controllers is not a good idea, but unfortunately we have nothing else in the remote locations, Windows 7 is not a option right now) I have tried installing the DP role on a DC (Primary site server was added to Domain Admins group al
  2. do you know if the AMT support for 7x+ has been added to SP1?
  3. Wondering what would the quickest way be? Example: PC1, needs to be added to 4 collections PC2, needs to be added to 6 collections, etc they can all be random collections, therefore the process is manual right now. SCCM2007 had right click tools gui which allowed you to Add to collection and select multiple collections. With SCCM 2012, the add to existing collection is pre-built, but you can only select one collection at a time. Anyone know of a tool that can make my life easier? Regards
  4. hey i seem to have the exact same issue, how did you end up fixing it?
  5. Looks like customsettings.ini Language settings do not get passed over the unattended.xml. Tested this a multiple times, maybe its a bug in MDT? I was able to get the language pack work properly after using a unattended.xml with proper language selections.
  6. hey i tried dism too, but now it prompts us to select the default language for the OS. I want default to be english and other language packs to be optional. Were you able to skip the language selection dialog during setup of windows?
  7. I got this issue fixed, but now I have another The above error was resolved by removing a embedded windows update patch from the wim file. I had to use DISM to try and add the language back. Got the same error as above and I was able to trace a msu package that was giving a problem. The package was removed and the this step is working now. Now the language packs install fine, but at the end of the setup it prompts with a Setup Windows dialog, asking user to select the default language for the system. How do i skip this dialog and choose English as the default option? my customs
  8. Hey Guys, I am hoping for some assistance here. I am trying to install 2 optional language packs in Windows 7 deployment. The language packs are located under: \\server\Language Packs\fr-fr\lp.cab \\server\Language Packs\ja-jp\lp.cab The package i created point to \\server\Language packs\. The package does not consist of a program. By default I would like all language packs to be always installed. Therefore no variables or unattend.xml file is being used. It tries to install, but the ZTIPatches_DISM.log file ends up with errors. The file is about 10MB some of t
  9. I am experiencing a strange issue, anyone know what this could be? screenshot attached if i try to push a client to these "Unknown" machines it states: Summary of client push installation • Resource ID: 16777899 • Object name: Unknown • Include domain controllers: No • Always install (repair or upgrade existing client): No • Total resources selected to install the Configuration Manager client: 1 Error: Some of the selected resources are not assigned to any site Errors Number of resources that are not in any site's boundaries and will not be installed: 1 As
  10. or i guess i could just use a collection with a query this seems to work perfectly.... so looks like i answered my question select SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceID,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceType,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Name,SMS_R_SYSTEM.SMSUniqueIdentifier,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Client from SMS_R_System inner join SMS_G_System_SoftwareFile on SMS_G_System_SoftwareFile.ResourceID = SMS_R_System.ResourceId where SMS_G_System_SoftwareFile.FileName = "test.exe" and SMS_G_System_SoftwareFile.FileVersion < "9.7.500.702"
  11. Hello, I am hoping someone can post there ideas on this. Goal: Uninstall a manually installed Application from the Environment and Install the latest install. In our case we have different versions of application installed in our environment. The computers which have the older version need to uninstall the old app and re-install the new version. I need to create a collection with users who don't have the right version of the software (We have multiple old versions installed). Configuration Baseline can create a collection of all computers which are non-compliant based on the file
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