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  1. Hi I have recently deployed SCCM 2012 using your configuration guides, which are excellent! I have deployed a standalone server and everything else is configured as advised in the guides. The issue I have is when MS updates are deployed after patch Tuesday. In the past it was possible, through GPO, to delay a system reboot after updates have been applied with the option given to user to delay a reboot for a period of time. I am unable to get this functionality to work in SCCM 2012 as each time updates are applied, SCCM displays a dialogue box advising that the system will be rebooted in xx time. There is no option to delay the reboot. In my Monthly Updates ADR I have configured, under User Experience', suppress system restart for both servers and workstations but this does not appear to work. I am still quite new to SCCM 2012 and so far I am enjoying its functionality, but this is causing me a real headache. Any help would be much appreciated. Regards Paul
  2. Hello I am hoping someone can help. I am running through the guide (excellent by the way!) and have managed to start the process of building a capturing an image of Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1. The process runs through without any issues or errors however it gets to the stage of 'Installing Configuration Manager Client Agent' and then appears to hang. After several minutes it switches to the Windows Log on screen. The image is not captured and there is no .WIM file on the network share. Any help would be appreciated. Regards Paul
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