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  1. I had this issue with the first test lab I built, and now I'm having the same issue again with the second lab. Basically, I do not have access to the SMS_<site> folder and subfolders that are automatically created. I believe this affects application and OS deployment. Also, I cannot view logs because of this. I followed several tutorials (including this one) to install SCCM 2012 and this happens. The account I'm using is a domain admin that is also in the local administrator group on the SCCM server. The only account that can access this folder seems to be the built-in 'Administrator' account (local and domain). This is unacceptable should we deploy SCCM on our production environment. I've only gotten as far as creating a boundary, a boundary group and discovery methods. I don't see how I can go any further until I have access to this folder. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  2. The screenshot shows the error code. I've checked the BIOS clock and they were all correct. The server resolves fine for the existing clients. However, I've already scrapped this lab and rebuilt a new one (joys of testing). I haven't tried PXE yet, but if I have the same issue I'll post it here. Thanks.
  3. PXE booting is fine, it loads the files and immediately after entering the password I get a 'Failed to Run Task Sequence' error. The error states 'An error occurred while retrieving policy for this computer (0x80004005). I've searched and searched and the solutions either target SCCM 2007 or toward a certificate issue. I'm using SCCM 2012 and verified that the certificate is 'unblocked'. I cannot get past this for the life of me. Anyone else run into this issue and been able to fix it? The SMSPXE.log doesn't have any errors. However, I've attached the SMSTS.log from the workstation. Thanks. smsts.log
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