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  1. I need some help :) I upgraded to current branch 2006 and now pxe is broken. I updated from 1806 directly to 2006. I upgraded windows ADK and and WinPE and deleted all old boot images, now I have them in SCCM as the only images (both x64 and x86). I've distributed them to my distribution points, it immediately says it's successful to my main sccm server/distribution point but it fails to distribute to my remote DPs. I'll get to that later. I've enabled PXE on the distribution point and I checked the box to "enable pxe support for clients" and everything else on this page is chec
  2. Hey everyone, I'm working on a way to create a more mobile OSD task sequence, and for my environment..I have it working exactly how I need it to...but I'm wanting to tweak it a bit. I need some help though. I work in education, and we have 2-3000 laptops throughout our district. I have a task sequence that runs 100% wireless from a USB stick. What I would LOVE to be able to do is the following: Step one of the task sequence : Wipe all partition data on hard drive Step two of the task sequence : Create a "xGB" sized partition that will house the entire task sequence data/package
  3. Everyone, I've been on a mission to get a wireless task sequence working off of a USB jump drive/Stand-alone media OSD scenario, and i'm 99% there. I still have some long-term tweaks, but I am pretty pleased with it so far. The only thing I cannot get going is the computer rename script I have that works FLAWLESSLY over the wire, but since i'm having to join the wireless profile at the end of the task sequence I have to put the Gather/rename script there as well since it pulls our computer-name prefix based on gateway/site IP. This is all done through a custom customsettings.ini file o
  4. Thanks so much, I appreciate the input/explainaion For the purposes of this deployment, would it be possible to do this as an offline install via USB, but somehow adding the final steps of joining our wireless profile, then adding it to our domain only over wireless? I only ask this bc I know we eventually will have to do a mass upgrade/osd task sequence and taking USB adapters around to 200+ devices will take forever quickly. I can't help but hope somethings coming down the pipe for wireless osd, since the number of Ethernet wired devices is decreasing Not trying to be stubbor
  5. Checking back in here... Anyone out there have any clue how to make a task sequence work wirelessly? I am fine with jumping it off by USB jump drive. We have a lot of these S1 Yoga 12 devices, and it'd be a lot easier if we could get them imaging over wireless, rather than being plugged with a Lenovo USB Ethernet Adapter. Thanks!
  6. Revisiting this, I was curious if there was anyone out there that could help? Long story short i'm trying to get a task sequence together that will allow me to reimage a tablet/laptop device, which does not have an ethernet port...wireless only, and do the full task sequence...including joining the wifi profile (which we do already in our existing task sequence) and then joining the domain once connected to wifi. It seems simple, but it's just not working here. Any suggestions?
  7. I am having issues getting my standard way of reference imaging working, since this computer does not have an ethernet adapter. I may be overlooking something very simple, but I don't have a Lenovo Ethernet adapter so I am unable to pxe. If i'm not going the route of complete image / almost exactly like duplicating the harddrive, I need help getting a full offline image working (USB Adapter) where it will successfully lay down the image, software, drivers, but then join wireless network so it can join the domain and install sccm client/etc. Is there a straight out of the box option u
  8. Is there a way to take a full complete image for an offline kit that grabs all drivers/programs/everything where I could boot off a USB jump drive and copy the reference image byte for byte over to another identical machine? Example, we just bought 200 Lenovo Yoga 12 Tablets, all wireless (no ethernet) and I need to make a reference image to copy. It shouldn't be this hard, but i'm running into a lot of issues. If you can recommend a way to make a full reference image, i'm all ears. I know i'm making this harder than it should be. Thanks!
  9. I am trying to implement USMT into my task sequence, and it's failing on the capture state stage. My server is running the most recent version of SCCM as well as ADK 10.1.10586.0 It will connect to the state migration point, it creates the 74795756929954750638DAED58C11F01F72E71B19054B42163676F06DB0B31A0 share and then pops up the following error message: The task sequence execution engine failed executing the action (Capture User Files) in the group (Capture Files and Settings) with the error code 2147942436 Action output: ... SLog\scanstateprogress.log" /i:"D:\_SMSTaskSequence\P
  10. Good morning, I have been working on getting an offline OSD task sequence working for some Lenovo Yoga 12 tablets we just purchased, and I do not want to go the route of doing them via ethernet dongle. I've got it to where it will go through the entire task sequence, but something weird is happening that I'm sure will be obvious to someone out there that can help. It goes through the entire task sequence, and when it gets to the end it has added the wireless profile and is connected, but the following has failed: 1) For some reason the local administrator account has a blank password, AN
  11. I'm using FEP, I had a feeling of this. It's not affecting any other packages..very frustrating. I'm trying to find where to change it strictly on my server, will get these added. Thank you!
  12. Good afternoon everyone, I'm trying to create USB media to run a Windows 10 Task Sequence and i'm running into issues which the CreateTsMedia.log file point to my x64 drivers package. I'm getting the following error messages Hash could not be matched for the downloded content. Original ContentHash = 007C868454CA86DC799A80760F56183101B3DBD32F10B213A68A00843B794BC2, Downloaded ContentHash = B4AD83B57AD0F5C6C7D46C493F9C46DE72D4B68502DAED7641D82E45834C8AA6 Failed to stage package MPS000B6 (0x80091007) Error executing state StagePackage Error executing single pass when com
  13. Everyone, I have an SCCM Server that is currently running in VMware, but we're moving all our environment over to Hyper-V. We have moved everything over by using the Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter Tool, and so far have had 0 issues. It scares me to mess with my SCCM server, but we're going to have to get it over to Hyper-V one way or another. My question to you all, do we convert and move or back-up and rebuild? My environment is very basic. Single site, and one server (the one being moved) that houses all roles (site server/database/reporting/management point/etc). This i
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