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  1. Would the package even download to my machine if the boundaries were not correct?
  2. Thank you for the reply. Yes it does download to the ccmcache folder and works fine if I kick it off manually. Logged in as the same user! I don't understand.
  3. Hi, I am having difficulties installing a package I made for Lync 2013. I can run everything just fine if I manually open a command prompt and perform the install, but when I push it to the clients and select "Install", software center sits there and spins at "Installing". I am confused because I have pushed packages before with no problem, however this is the first time I have tried in awhile. Something else I noticed that was strange is I have several updates sitting there at "Downloading (0% Complete)". Any suggestions on what could cause this? THANK YOU IN ADVANCE! Tony
  4. Correct. I have \\sccmserver\sources folder that has the source files for my content. I then create a package and say it contains source files, and point it to those files. I then distribute to one distribution point (which happens to be the same server the sources folder sits on) and after about a day..the source files i put out on that share are gone! I can find my package ID on the C: drive of that server, but it no longer seems to run right without the source files. Are you saying the content validation/updates are deleting my source files?
  5. Thank you for the response Rocket Man. It looks like it has disappeared from the sources share (which is the sccm servers e:\) but is stored in the SMSPKGSIG on C: of that server. Is it ok for the source content to be gone? Should the application still install?
  6. Hey fellow SCCM users! I come to this forum all the time for answers and I must say, I usually find what I am looking for and the support from people on here is AWESOME! This particular issue though I am having a hard time finding a solution, so I thought I would make my first post! I have a Primary Site setup to house content we deploy to our clients. It has a "sources" share in which I setup to hold source content as well as Software updates, etc; You can get to it by putting in \\nameofshare\sources. Here is the issue: Lately the folders I create or distribute there are automatically getting deleted usually by the next day, out of nowhere! Example: I setup a Microsoft Lync 2013 application install and housed the source content in this location. I test the install and all is working fine through software center. The next day I come in and the install through software center fails and all the content on that share is missing! Has anyone run into this issue or seen something similar? This is SCCM 2012 SP1. Share is Server 2008 R2.
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