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  1. Thanks, Niall. Do you happen to know of the server impact if a full update is done on 200 collections at the same time?
  2. Or, if anyone has any input as to the impact of having a bunch of collections full update all at the same time, or the impact of a bunch of collections that use incremental updates that would also be helpful
  3. Hello, I'm attempting to create a script that will mirror my AD OU's as collections. I have everything worked out, except "Schedule a full update on this collection". Is there a way that I can easily and dynamically stagger the update schedule with scripting? I don't want 150 collections doing a full update at the same time. I also read that having all your collections set to "Use incremental updates for the collection" can be rough on performance. Anyone have any suggestions as to how to automate this while being mindful of server performance? Thanks
  4. Hello, I have an office where all the clients are no longer getting updates from SCCM SUP. The office is connected via VPN back to the main office where the MP/DP are. All clients at this office are Windows 7 Enterprise. Looking at the WUAHandler.log, I get: OnSearchComplete - Failed to end search job. Error = 0x80072efe. WUAHandler 9/6/2017 11:44:54 AM 2976 (0x0BA0) Scan failed with error = 0x80072efe. WUAHandler 9/6/2017 11:44:54 AM 2976 (0x0BA0) Looking at the WindowsUpdate.log, I get: 2017-09-06 12:29:33:171 1168 1344 Mi
  5. OK, thanks simulacra75. Do I limit that distribution point with a boundary group for the IP subnet for that office to force things to that DP? The will be ~3-5 /24 networks there
  6. So, let the clients use the management point in the main building across the vpn? In what scenario would I want to add additional management points?
  7. I believe it is a 20 megabyte connection, but the ISP is terrible there and the connection is flaky and drops quite a bit.
  8. Hello, I'm looking for some best practice advise regarding adding additional management points. Currently, I have a single SCCM server for all my roles. I only have 1 site. I have an offsite office that connects via vpn to my site. I was going to put a distribution point out there and was considering a management point as well. Is it best practice to only have management points on you main lan at your primary site? Or would things be okay if I put a management point in my office that connects over vpn? Or should I consider a secondary site? Currently using 1610.
  9. I'm completely new to working with queries, so I'm not sure I fully get what you're saying here. I'll poke around in the queries criteria tab and see what I can work out.
  10. This is the query I'm running select SMS_R_System.ResourceId, SMS_R_System.ResourceType, SMS_R_System.Name, SMS_R_System.SMSUniqueIdentifier, SMS_R_System.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup, SMS_R_System.Client, SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct.ProductName, SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct.ProductVersion from SMS_R_System inner join SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct on SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct.ResourceId = SMS_R_System.ResourceId where SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct.ProductName like "Imprivata Agent" Pretty basic query, and I'm pulling more information than I actually need. Looking at it further, it
  11. Hello all, I'm running some queries to find all devices that have a particular software product on them, and I'm getting some odd results. The issue that I am having is that when I run the query, I'm getting multiple product versions reported back. We have gone through several versions of the this software as it is updated pretty regularly, and all versions are reporting back in the query instead of just one, or the one that is actually installed. Only one version is shown in Add/Remove programs on the device as I would expect. Example: The device started with Program v1.1
  12. I'm also looking for information on this. How to do UEFI OSD but also have 32bit OSD. Right now, if I set my UEFI TS to my 64bit boot image, it breaks all my 32bit OSD... very annoying
  13. Hello, I'm trying to manually import an update into SCCM SUP. I have successfully imported the updated into the underlying WSUS server, and I can search and locate it there. But the update never makes it into SCCM. I've tried syncing with Microsoft Update (where I normally sync to), and "Do not synchronize from Microsoft Update or upstream data source" , neither sync will pull in that update. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Should I be pointing my SUP to WSUS directly? I read an older blog post that said to use the "Do not sync..." with manually imported updates, w
  14. I found this thread: https://www.windows-noob.com/forums/topic/13113-office-2013-updates-ridiculous-disk-usage/?hl=%2Boffice+%2Blanguages#entry50454 I checked WSUS proper and it was set to "Download updates in all languages, including new languages" My SCCM is only set to download English I didn't see any update/answers on the other thread. I was wondering if anyone had any additional information regarding this or is experiencing the issue themselves.
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