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Jim.Lee

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  1. Hi, Wondering if someone can help us please.... We are trying to finalise a Windows 7 image that we have created so that we can deploy this via SCCM 2012 but we are currently getting the following error when trying to finalise... "PEIMG failed to complete the operation with status code 0x80070005" We have tried to create just a basic windows 7 image without any additional drivers and creating a custom Windows 7 image with additional drivers (which is want we want) but no matter what we do we get the above error. I read a couple of posts on this site which suggested that to finalise an image you have inject the INF files first using "peimg /inf=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx /image=c:\mouttemp" but even when doing this first we still get the above error. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Hey, Before I start, I’ve never installed or used SCCM 2012 or previous version! I’ve just inherited access to an existing SCCM 2012 install for work and I have no information about said install. I have no idea how the install was handled (done by the previous IT staff that left the job), the joys of IT! As far as I can make out we are running 3 servers, one CAS, one Primary and I’m not sure on the other (possibly something to do with SQL). I can only really see one solution to my current problem and that’s to wipe the images and start from scratch. I’d just like to know if there is anything I need to do before I carry out a wipe and full re-install. I’ve had a look around for prerequisites for a full uninstall, the only information I can find regards the SQL database. SCCM 2012 Database: • Delete your old SCCM 2012 DB from the SQL server. SCCM 2012 Local User and Groups on SQL Server: • ConfigMgr Remote Control Users • ConfigMgr_DViewAccess Registry Key on SQL server: • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS SCCM 2012 Service on SQL Server: • SMS_SITE_SQL_BACKUP_”SCCM2012SERVERNAME” Is there anything else I should consider before attempting this? I’m planning on going through the Standalone Primary Server install once I have prepped everything. Now I’m off to buy some rubber rings for my trip to the deep end of the pool! Jim
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