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  1. I don't currently have the problem (I re-created my image), but that page looks like it would work. Thanks!
  2. Hello all, I read about how creating images in a VM is best practice, so I figured I'd go ahead and give it a shot. I created a VM using Windows Virtual PC and when I was all done updating (which took awhile - last Win7 32 bit image was from early 2012), loading programs, etc. I stuck in my "Capture Media" USB (in the host machine, the VM can recognize it) and started the process. Everything was as normal up until the reboot. It turns out I used the x64 bit capture media (my VM image is Win7 32bit). Now whenever the VM starts up it just says "Loading files..." and then goes to the "Windows failed to start." page. Status: 0xc000035a Info: This 64-bit application couldn't load ebcause your PC doesn't have a 64-bit processor..." Is there a way to fix this? It would be great if I didn't have to start over with this image. Thanks!
  3. Thank you very much Peter van der Woude. Mine was set to check ConfigMgr first, then WSUS, and then from Microsoft.
  4. Hi, I apologize for the delay, but I really appreciate your response, Jorgen. It seems like the machines with SCEP on them have been automatically updating. Is this true? Do they automatically update with definitions from my SCCM 2012 server? I was under the assumption that I would have to create Automatic Deployment Rules to do this.
  5. Hello, I have about 8 labs (Windows 7, ~20-35 machines per each lab) spread across campus. These labs have Deep Freeze on them. We've recently started implementing SCCM 2012. What would be the best practice to update these machines that are frozen across campus? Each lab currently has their own separate scheduled maintenance time with Deep Freeze at some time within the night where it would check for updates from our WSUS server and then install them. We still have this WSUS server, but we now have SCCM 2012 on it also. I'm not sure how having SCCM 2012 on this server will now effect how these machines try to get updates from WSUS. What is the best practice for keeping all of these machines up to date? Do I have to create an ADR for each lab and correspond it to the scheduled maintenance time?
  6. Hello, I currently have Microsoft endpoint protection on computers across a campus. I would like to deploy SCEP across my campus so that we can monitor and maintain it all from the server. This will require deploying the SCEP client over the network. My problem is: It creates pop ups for the current user logged in saying that windows defender is out dated and scep is out dated. Is there any way to install SCEP silently without the user being notified? I can deploy SCEP updates almost immediately afterwards to get rid of the "at risk" notification in the task bar, but it still gives users security warning popups, which i cannot have when i deploy all across campus.Thanks
  7. I have, but i'm not entirely sure how it functions. Currently i'm doing a search under the "All Software Updates" for all windows 7 updates (It only shows win7 and forefront updates for now), and then highlighting them all and putting them into a "Software Update Group", and then i'll right-click and deploy that group to the collection that I want to update. That was easy. When I create an ADR, it creates a deployment package AND a software update group. I guess i'm just not sure why it has to create a deployment package AND a software update group. In my property filters, I chose NO for superseded. Will this automatically delete any superseded updates from the deployment package/update group? Thanks.
  8. Hello all, I'm still fairly new to SCCM2012, and I have a couple of questions. I looked online, but didn't have much luck as to finding a direct answer. Does SCCM2012 automatically deploy the new Win7 updates that I add to my deployment package? Or do I have to manually create an entire new deployment package? What I would ideally like to do is deploy new Win7 updates biweekly (or even monthly), and i'm not positive of the best way to approach this. My goal is to have it be as automated as possible.
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