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  1. Hi all, It's been a little while since I posted on here! Hope everyone is doing good! I'm after some advice on SCCM and Default Apps being reset on deployment... it's a bit of a weird one, so bear with me! I'm running the latest SCCM CB version (1902 w/o the hotfix). I've been deploying Windows 10 Pro 1809 with it. This is a custom image from the Windows 10 ISO, installed, apps all installed, then used the SCCM Capture Media to take a copy and deploy. Following the deployment (lack of user testing as well), we've now started to notice the users custom settings are not being
  2. Does anyone have any ideas? This is still happening. It happened twice over the weekend, each lasting around 18 hours, and it's just happened again this morning Cheers Phil
  3. Hi there, I have a fairly new SCOM install up at the moment. It consists of: 2 Management Servers 2 Gateway servers on other domains using certificates 1 SQL Server with two instances, one for OperationsDB and one for WarehouseDB. Ever since I installed it a couple of weeks ago, I get the following error every now and then, and it can last for up to 2 days at a time: OpsMgr Management Configuration Service failed to execute 'SnapshotSynchronization' engine work item due to the following exception Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.ManagementConfiguration.DataAccessLayer.DataA
  4. Hi All, I just wanted to drop a quick message to let you know about an old error I came across this morning when configuring the client install through WSUS. After installing WSUS and the SUP on my Server 2012R2 install with SCCM CB, I was getting error 80244019 from the Windows Update client on the client machines. After some investigation, I found that the "Content" directory within IIS was inaccessible by IIS. I could manually reach it by going there myself, or using the run command. I could access it by the share name, and directly on the host itself, from multiple locations w
  5. Hi All, First of all, apologies if this has been answered somewhere already. There is just such a vast amount of information about System Center on here, it's difficult to find something as specific as this I believe. Anyway, I am an Infrastructure Engineer at the moment, tasked with installed SCCM 2016 along with SCOM 2016. The company I'm working for currently (just started with them) have nothing really in place for remote/DC management or monitoring (hence installing SCCM and SCOM). I have worked with SCCM 2012 in the past, implementing it in to a school a couple of year back
  6. Try this hotfix first: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2801987 You might need to inject it into the image. Otherwise you'll need to take a new image with this hotfix applied already. This hotfix needs to be installed prior to the setup of the client. You could possibly test it by installing it on a client without the CM client installed and then see if you can install it after that.
  7. I realise this is an old thread, but I wanted to just add my "two cents" here for anyone in the future. This is likely to be that the Deny policy is still applying, although the Allow policy is enforced. Generally, Deny is always the one which takes precedence in any state. What you would need to do is either create two OU's (one for the Deny and one for the Allow), and assign each GPO respectively, or the better solution would be to create two groups in AD, adding the relevant users to the groups, removing "Everyone" or "Authenticated Users" from the security on the GPO and adding the re
  8. This might sound like a silly question, but following the power outage, are all devices back online? Do you have a server where drives map which may have been missed and still powered off at all? I have often found when Group Policy hangs like this (usually around the 5 minute mark), it's a timeout. This means that it just cannot find what it needs, in this case, maybe the drive location? How are your drives mapped? All through group policy, or do you have scripts which run? ***Edit: I realise now just how old this thread was... apologies for "bumping" this... either way, might be of
  9. Hey, I haven't forgotten about you. I've just been super busy. Working at a school means summer holidays is only time to get stuff done! We can pick back up sometime in the beginning of September if you like? Phil
  10. I would advise you remove the above post as it has details for TeamViewer on it which is public
  11. Hi, I've sent you a PM to discuss
  12. On the second screen shot, enable PXE support for clients. Enable to two options about the DP respoding to PXE requests and allowing unknown computers. It's up to you if you want a password or not. Set the affinity to automatic. Then go to your Software Library > Boot Images Deploy both the x86 and x64 boot images. You then need to enable PXE support for both images by right clicking on them, choosing properties and going to the "Data Source" tab. Select the option at the bottom which says "Deploy this boot image from the PXE service point" Also, for troubleshooting, it's w
  13. Okay, I will describe how to add a PC via mac address for OSD first: On VMWare, right click on the machine in question, choose "Edit Settings". In the "Hardware" tab, choose the network adapter. On the right hand side, you should see "MAC Address"... Make a note of the MAC address, we will add this to SCCM in a few seconds. (You can copy and paste it, so maybe highlight it and "copy" it. On the SCCM Console, go to "Assets and Compliance > Devices". Along the top will be a few options, choose "Import Computer Information" A new window will appear, choose "Import singl
  14. Okay, I will try to do a small guide for you as to what I mean. I'm not sure that you've followed what I'm saying. Could well just be a simple language barrier . Give me a couple of hours and I'll get back to you
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