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  1. SetupClient.exe /q /targetdir "c:\program files\Microsoft CRM" INSTALLLEVEL=2 /l c:\crm_client_setup_log.txtlook at this web site, its great...http://www.itninja.com/software/microsoft/dynamics-crm-2011-client/5-2606 deploy as a .exe
  2. Stop using UEFI boot, or update your boot image to include the updated stuff for uefi.
  3. Pxe booting depends a lot on the nic card in that pc. Update the bios of the pc's in question. If these are older computers put in a new nic or go to bios and make sure all options for nic card are correct, pxe ability, turned on etc. One last thing have your network guys make sure portfast is set on all of you switches. Your pic above shows clearly the pc is not contacting the wds service on the sccm server, due to too much activity or simply times out. Make sure in your registry of the sccm server find wds settings and double the packet size, you can Google that and find the exact key
  4. If you rename the pc, the mac is the same so eventually it will change in sccm to the new name. I've done it both ways. I just get tired of looking at all the dell minint-bla bla bla computer names until it goes away in sccm.
  5. You have 2 issues. I would load a new sccm on new domain, you can import software packages etc. The process of capture profiles on such a big scale , im have not seen anything like that. Im sure if you asked this question on a domain admins site there is an answer.
  6. Simple as above hit f8 if you have enabled tools in pxe and do an ipconfig. IF you get an address your network card on your boot image is good, and the problem is software task related. More than likely you will have no ip address.. Go to dell get the latest nic driver from dell, import it into your boot image. warning sometimes dell renames drivers, go to manufacture site and get driver for network card. once you load that missing driver, redeploy. then pxe boot success. I had the same problem and banged my head against the wall, even dell was telling me I had the right nic drive
  7. You really ask a difficult question to answer. First have you checked the logs on the client pc to find out why they failed, did you put a pre-requisite in your software deployment. Do you have any widows firewall issues by group policy or local, does your sccm acct have proper access. Sccm troubleshooting is log based. Use the log viewer that comes with Sccm. Are your pc's in the same v-lan or separated by hardware firewall rules. Certain ports have to be open , file and print sharing etc on the domain controller by GP. Check the account your running the software distribution as, or chan
  8. Looks like your laptop drive is encrypted with bit locker. Your process might be slowed down by that. Make sure you format your drive with a 350 mb partition than the rest is for your c drive. For faster pxe speed, update your bios, change the packet size in your server registry for your WDS. ( google search for this one) It works great. You need to add a task sequence ( set task sequence Variable ) variable OSDPreserveDriveLetter False, to use the C drive. Make sure your connection to your windows iso or media is on your sccm server in your setup. In config mgr, turn on Pxe with tools.
  9. Pxe boot on Dell or any other manufacture. After all issues above are fixed. The next step is to find the manufacture of the network card, then use there drivers to inject into boot image. For dell there driver packages are renamed. For example the Intel 1217-LM driver is really the Intel Pro 1000 and uses a different inf file. This is very important. Also, don't put the Dell cab files in the task sequence, you will get some random storage errors upon task sequence completion.
  10. Problem solved, turns out if you install windows 8.1 ADK, it will prevent you from restoring the boot images, no matter how you create them. My mistake was trying to uefi boot and reading some other blog that said install windows ADK 8.1 and you can then uefi boot. He should have said, update Sccm sp1 to R2 version and then you can work with uefi bios type of computers. http://deploymywindows.blogspot.com/2013/07/sccm-2012-sp1-specified-unc-path-does.html?showComment=1392048241859#c1118562768097924795 this is the article that helped me. Don't use adk 8..1 if your only on the sp1 v
  11. Help, Im having the same issue, The boot images are gone I've followed all the above workarounds to recreate them. Question... I use the boot wizard in Sccm to add a boot image, I use the wim image that was created by the deployment and imaging tools, I browse to the wim image (boot.wim) but the second drop down box does not populate. Its like im not using the correct sources folder to pull the original boot file? Is the boot.wim originally come off of the windows 7 cd, or from the Sccm cd? If so is it from the sources folder. I think I use the boot.wim? I tried to recreated t
  12. I need some advice? How do most of you reconcile the device lists? I have 2393 in my all devices list, but only 1637.00 in all desktop and server clients. Ive massaged all the discover settings but want to make sure I have the optimum settings to pick up all devices that are under 60 days old. I put a new device on the network and the sccm client and mandatory software installs in under 15 minutes. I have some devices that are excluded from discovery, so they should not be in that list. I set the discover limit to only capture stuff from AD that has logged in to ad within the last 60 day
  13. This topic should be closed. This issue was fixed by uninstalling Application web service point and website point. I blew away any remnants of IIS and reinstalled and then in sccm added the two roles and all is well.
  14. What about the firewall policy on the client? By default we turn off the domain firewall on all pc's, probably not it but make sure its off, and the service off. Verify no other firewalls are running. Next I would check the permission on your site code folder on the server itself. Next, make sure your AD system container in system management entry for your sms_MP-site code, has the right permissions. Your sccm server should have full permission I have mine as sccm2012$. Watch ccm client log on your clients for errors, this is your key. Download client action tools. this standalone to
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