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  1. Hi, I had a package that would install newest Adobe Flash. It was deployed to a device collection. Later I decided to delete the package, but forgot to delete the deployment first. So, the package is gone from Software Library\Packages. The deployment is now also deleted, the package is removed from the Distribution Point's Content. Yet, every day all members of the collection to which this package was originally deployed to are trying to install it and of course fail to do so. Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error 0x80070643: Adobe Flash Player Firefox. Is there a way to completely remove the broken deployment? Where can I find it? Thanks.
  2. Hi, I have a bunch of Windows 7 Pro machines that I need to do an in-place upgrade to Windows 7 Enterprise. I have a good W7Ent image ready to deploy using SCCM, but I was hoping there is a way to capture all user files prior to running the in-place upgrade. I’ve never used USMT. I understand that I need to add SMP to my SCCM2012 installation and then run a task sequence to capture user settings. What I’m not sure is how to designate a network location where the capture with user data would be stored until the W7Ent task sequence runs and injects the user data along with the new OS. Is it even possible? I would greatly appreciate any suggestions. Thank you.
  3. I'm trying to deploy and capture W7 to a machine that already has W7 installed. My goal is to install W7SP1 along with all required updates and MSOffice2010. I hoped to capture this image and deploy it to several dozen brand new W7 machines. I followed the process described in this post, but for some reason I cannt boot my W7 machine to PXE. I tested the same process with an XP machine that already had SCCM client installed and it worked to upgrade it running the same settings I had for this task sequence. I don't have Legacy Netowrk device available in the boot order menu. I just have Network Adapter, which I chose. Booting with F12 gives me the PXE-E53 (no boot filename received) and PXE-M0F during PXE boot. What am I doing wrong? Please give me some idea. I see no errors in the SMSPXE.log. Thanks,
  4. Kevin79, did you ever get this to work? I'm having exactly the same issue. Thanks,
  5. I just installed SCCM 2012 primary site on a brand new virtual W2008R2 server. I belive I've met all prereqs, installed SQL2008R2SP2 and WSUS on the same machine. I added the SUP role, but am confused about GPO settings. Some information I find online indicates I need to disabled all WSUS-related GPOs, yet some other sources indicate I need to fully configure all WSUS-related GPOs. Currently, only Allow signed content from intranet Microsoft update service location is enabled, while everything else is disabled. When I check my local group policy settings it shows the location of my MS update site correctly (my new SCCM server). Everything looks good, but for some reason all my client machines show that they need zero updates. When I check the Update Library I see over 3000 available updates, but all off them show zero as Required or Installed. What am I missing? Thanks,
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