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  1. This is working like charm now. I forgot to Update Distribution point.
  2. Hello, I have trouble getting a VBS script to work in SCCM 2012, this script worked without problems in sccm in 2007. It is used when we want to install an operating system to harddrive to be installed to another computer of the same model. In Task sequence it runns before "Apply Operating System". The Command Line: cscript.exe %deployroot%\scripts\EnterComputerName.vbs Here is the script: 'Code Snippet Dim env, objRegEx Dim Matches, Match Dim strPattern, strInputBox, strReason Dim boolLength, boolValid Set ProgressUI = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TsProgressUI") ProgressUI.CloseProgressDialog Set env = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment") Set objRegEx = New RegExp 'Define valid patterns as and character not in (a-z, A-Z, 0-9, or -) strPattern = "[^a-zA-Z0-9-]" Do strReason = "" strInputBox = InputBox("Enter desired machine name." & VbCrLf & VbCrLf & "Machine names must be 3-14 characters, and include a-z, 0-9, - ONLY." & VbCrLf & VbCrLf & "Machine name WILL be upper case.","Machine Name") ' If strInputBox = "" Then TemplateQuit(0) ' Check length - must be less than 15 charatcers If Len(strInputBox) <= 14 Then boolLength = True Else strReason = strReason & "Machine name too long. Please choose a name from 3-14 characters in length." & VbCrLf boolLength = False End If ' Check character validity boolValid = True ' Return all matches for invalid characters objRegEx.Global = True objRegEx.Pattern = strPattern ' Generate collection of matches Set Matches = objRegEx.Execute(strInputBox) ' Check for matches on invalid characters For Each Match In Matches strReason = strReason & "Invalid character """ & Match.Value & """ found. Please use only a-z, A-Z, 0-9, and -." & VbCrLf boolValid = False Next If Not (boolLength And boolValid) Then MsgBox "Invalid name """ & strInputBox & """ entered!" & VbCrLf & VbCrLf & strReason,vbCritical+vbOKOnly,"Invalid Name Entered" Loop While Not (boolLength And boolValid) MsgBox "Computer name set to " & UCase(strInputBox) & ".",vbInformation+vbOKOnly,"Computer Name Set" env("OSDComputerName") = UCase(strInputBox) I hope someone can help me with this. Thanks!
  3. Hello, I have a Windows 7 image that already has two language packs installed on it. This I did a sysprep in VMware. When I'm about to deploy Windows 7 by sccm 2007 r2 so the installation stops and wants me to select a default language. After I select a language, then the OSD proceed with the installation. Is there a script or cmd command which selects automatically the language I should have? Thanks in advance
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