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  1. In the event someone else comes across this, I managed to figure it out. The base MDT + SCCM Task sequence conditions on the Restore user State step was missing the condition Folder - %StateStore%\USMT exists by default. Once I added that condition, it then started running that step and the Refresh scenario is now working.
  2. Hello Windows Noob family! I am attempting to a very basic, nothing crazy refresh from windows 8.1 to windows 10 using SCCM with MDT. I am doing a user driven installation with the latest ADK installation. I create a standard User Driven task sequence. Under the capture user state step I have Capture all user profiles by using standard options selected, with verbose logging and Copy by using file system access - checked continue if some files cannot be captured and capture locally using hard links. Then under Restore User state I am using Restore all captured user profiles with standard o
  3. I was leaning in the direction of a network issue... but I know if I cannot prove it, and I bring it to the network team - they're just going to throw it back on my plate!
  4. Hello Windows Noob Community! I have an odd question that I am hoping the expert minds of this forum can help me remediate. My SCCM 2012 environment consists of 1 site containing 13 distribution points all over the world. I have PXE enabled at each location, which is working wonderfully. My issue is, randomly, at only 1 location - I will get image failures. As well, it's not all the time. I can image on the same exact port using the same exact computer 10 times and it will work 9 of the times. The failures usually happen about mid way through the imaging process, at random times wi
  5. I do agree - you should blog this, as it completely resolved my issue Thank you!
  6. Hello WN community! I have a bit of stumper I was hoping to get some feedback on! Let me know what you think... Scenario: We're running SCCM 2012 now for a little over a year, problem free. We've noticed however, that randomly (about 10 out of 1000 clients) the SCCM Client is reporting that the PKI certificate is none. What's stranger still, is that in the ClientIDManagerStartup.log, it doesn't appear to have an issue detecting and selecting the PKI certificate... Directly after the client selects the Cert, the ClientIDManagerStartup.log fills up with this repeating for ages
  7. I had something similar happen after using the Scheduled Updates on my image - as well when I mounted the image via PowerShell to install and enable .NET 3.0 and 3.5 on our W8.1 image. I was able to resolve it by redistributing the Tools pack as well as the Settings pack. My poking around lead me to believe it was something with the unattend.xml file. After redistributing those tool packs, the image behaved as expected. Still not entirely sure why.
  8. Well I got it working finally - and it turned out to be a bit more complicated than previously expected, so I will post sort of a "How To" on how to modify the ManagedBy and Description fields during OSD should anyone find any use for that. After first using the UDI Wizard Editor to add the page into the wizard, generating the OSDComputerDesc and OSDManagedBy variables, I then needed to develop the PowerShell to use those variables. Below is the code that ended up doing the trick. #Create OSD Task Sequence Environment Object $tsenv = New-Object -COMObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment
  9. The code run as plain PS Text Attributes modified with success Just strange... Does something about the OSD environment prevent this script from working?
  10. Well after some work today I've had a few developments - that seemed to go okay, but ultimately I'm still stuck. The initial script wouldn't work because of a few reasons... 1. The ADComputer cmdlets only work if you're running the PS on a machine that has AD Users and Computers installed, and the features activated. 2. I needed to either install the features on every server during OSD, or use PowerShell to initiate a remote session and run the commands. I opted for the 2nd. Here is the script. #Create OSD Task Sequence Environment Object $tsenv = New-Object -COMObject Microsoft.SM
  11. And to note, the Computer Description doesn't work either Which is run by this command line in the same group
  12. Hello Windows-noob community! I wonder if there's something you could help me with? The task: - Populate the "Manged By" attribute of a computer object during OSD What I have so far: - A custom page in my UDI Wizard as follows The managed by field has the OSDManagedBy task sequence variable populated for it - The PowerShell #Create OSD Task Sequence Environment Object $tsenv = New-Object -COMObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment #Get the ComputerDescription $strComputerDesc = $tsenv.Value("OSDComputerDesc") #Get the ManagedBy Name $strManagedBy = $tsenv.Value(“OSDManagedB
  13. I use this in a report select Creation_Date0, Name0, User_Name0, AD_Site_Name0 from dbo.v_R_System where datediff(dd,Creation_Date0, getdate()) < 14 and Client0 = 1 I have a subscription to it that fires off every two weeks on a Monday so I can see who has ran an image / joined a PC to my domain
  14. I see this forum isn't very lively. But it's the only place I know to go and post a question - so here it goes! I am trying to set up an exchange connector to monitor an email address in the cloud (Office 365) The setup - SCSM R2 Cumulative Update 2 - Exchange Connector 3.0 - EWSManaged API 1.2.1 I have copied the .dll files into their proper locations. Set up the exchange connector. And it completes with errors. The errors are... Exchange Connector: Failed to poll the inbox at https://outlook.office365.com/ews/exchange.asmxfor new mail, details: The request failed. The remo
  15. If you deploy the updates to a collection - without distributing them to the Distribution Points, you can check this box here to tell the updates to look to Microsoft Update
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