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SirArion

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  1. It's possible you have the Provisioning Mode problem? You might want to try this for your ConfigMgr client install: "/forceinstall /SMSMP=SCCM2012.FQDN /SMSSLP=sccm2012.FQDN"
  2. Seems to be the same issue reported here (http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/8387-error-when-updating-distribution-point-boot-image-fails/) and that I am experiencing. It doesn't matter what driver I try and inject, it always errors out.
  3. I'm experiencing the same issue. It doesn't matter what driver I try and inject they all come back with cannot find the path according to the SMSTS log. Any progress?
  4. I am having the same issue, has anyone found a way to enable and schedule this in mass with powershell? I have a few thousand collections that I need to enable this option.
  5. I am having this problem as well for the first time. I am importing drivers for an HP Elitebook Revolve 810 and they are successfully imported but the TS (which is trimmed down to just this set of drivers) doesn't get the NIC drivers. Dropping them onto a USB and pointing the Unknown Device in Device Manager to them and they load u p just fine. I have done 30-40 models and haven't had this issue. Any suggestions on logs (or anything) to look at to try and find out why it won't auto install but will manually?
  6. Thank you for the link Jorgen. For the ADR Software Update Group that was automatically created, do most delete the created group, set the custom severity on the unwanted update, then rerun the ADR to regenerate the monthly Software Update Group? This method only stops it from going out in the future correct?
  7. I am using SCCM 2012 SP1 and have multiple ADR's setup (Windows 7, Windows 8, Office 20120, Office 2013, etc). They are running fine and deploying updates automatically very nicely. How do I stop one particular update (whatever it may be) from being deployed? On occasion we find one update not compatible with our software for whatever reason and must delay deployment until the issue is resolved. I know I am trying to use ADR and then stop it from doing what it is expected to do, just trying to find out how others are handling this. Hopefully I am missing something simple.
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