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  1. i'd copy it out the sccm cache folder, and launch it from another location (as admin) if it doesn't work, then it's probably not an sccm issue.
  2. Applications won't show up in the execmgr check the AppDiscovery.log and AppEnforce.log. id also make sure the workstation meets the app requirements. (OS, Memory, etc)
  3. if the batch file is copying the files, then sccm wont perform any throttling. It's essentially like you copying the files manually. As an alternative, use the file location as a package source and you can have sccm download the files into the local cache then run the command to install from there. In that case the download will be throttled. Does that make sense?
  4. Yes. You can throttle package downloads to clients via client settings. You can throttle the bandwidth setting when sending packages to the DP. Right click on the DP, properties and I think it's the last tab. Sorry but I'm not at my desk right now.
  5. you can have multiple task sequences. The visibility of the task is reliant on the machine seeing the deployment. i would verify the device is either unknown (not in sccm) of in the Deploy Windows 10 collection.
  6. i created an offline package to run USMT outside of SCCM but have never run it in our MDT server. you could probably run it in MDT but creating an association would be an issue. I'll look at it tomorrow.
  7. 2nd question Inside the task sequence, there is an "Join Domain or Workgroup" option where you can have the device join a domain. I have never used it separately from imaging but I don't see why it wouldn't work for what you want to do. I would try to have it perform the backup, restore, then add to the new domain. keep in mind you have to have an account on the new domain so SCCM will have rights to add the device.
  8. 1st question - we have two separate task sequence. 1st at 6pm disable bitlocker restart computer request state store capture user state re-enable bitlocker 2nd at 2am request restore state restore "customize how it's restored" "we have custom .xml files" Lastly, in the Assets and Compliance section, you will see the "User State Migration" section. That is how you associate the FROM computer and the TO computer. Associate the computers / users and let the tasks run
  9. you can run the BDEHDCFG.EXE command to prep the partition for example: BDEHDCFG.EXE -QUIET -TARGET DEFAULT
  10. we use USMT in this way everyday to deploy new devices backup old machine at 6:30pm / restore to new machine 2am do you have a specific question?
  11. i had a very similar issue a while ago. when I removed PXE WDS got removed but when i enabled PXE, it never got reinstalled and the log file continued to say "WDS is not installed" I fixed mine by "removing the PXE check box, waited for the uninstall to complete and rebooted the server", I then installed WDS manually once complete, I then enabled PXE and it started working.
  12. when you update the bootwim, sccm will use the last uploaded file for PXE requests so make sure the one you created / added last, is the one you want to use, and its PXE enabled. also, im assuming you checked the smspxe.log when you say log file right?
  13. the new ADK will come with new boot.wim files. did you enable it to get deployed from a PXE enabled DP?
  14. SCCM 1710 does not fully support Windows 10 18.x.
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