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  1. ok, thanks. Will give that a try
  2. Hi all, I am pushing out an application to all users however I don't want the shortcut to be created on the desktop. I checked with the vendor and they do not have a switch to remove. Is there anything in the deployment settings that I can use to not add the desktop shortcut? Thanks everyone.
  3. Hello, We have a Group Policy on a Windows 2008 R2 server that enables remote desktop connections. This is needed since our end users are on virtual desktops and using RDP to connect to their vm. There is 1 Windows 8 computer that keeps disappearing from the GPO. We must add the computer account every morning, do an gpupdate /force and then they can connect to to their vm. The next morning, the computer account is somehow erased, removed or deleted and we must add the computer account back again to the GPO. Doing a gpresult /r/ scope computer shows the policy after the we add and do the gpupdate. I haven't had a chance to do the gpresult when RDP is broken. Anyone have any thoughts as to why the computer account is missing from the GPO?
  4. Hi everyone, Last week we enabled Remote Assistance from the Custom Client Device Settings and almost immediately helpdesk phones starting ringing with users saying they were kicked out of the RDP session. We are VMware shop which the users connect to their virtual machines using RDP from a Wyse terminal. When I looked at the users vm's the "allow remote desktop" was changed to "don't allow remote connections to this computer". This was changed when we enabled the Allow Remote Assistance on SCCM, which was why users lost connection to their virtual machine. Does anyone know why enabling this feature which force the computers to not allow remote connections? We now have most of our virtual desktops in the GPO to enable remote access but not sure if enabling remote assistance again on SCCM will override this setting. We are doing more testing today but wondering if anyone else encountered this problem before. Thank you
  5. This is somewhat of an older post but I had the same issue and the above suggestion from DerGali worked!
  6. Hi Peter, thanks for the suggestions? Do you how I would confirm if the management point has been upgraded? I have removed and re-installed the management role.
  7. hello, I recently upgraded SCCM 2012 to SP@ and since I haven't been able to push and install the client. The client ccmsetup log shows: Client version '5.00.8239.1000' is not compatible with the site 'BUR' version '5.00.7804.1400' Not sure how to proceed to correct the problem. Do I un-install SP2 or upgrade the "site". IF so, how would I upgrade? Thanks!
  8. Hello All, We recently moved our website to a hosting service and when I look at our profile on their portal I see a CNAME entry for our website. Up until now I had a www host record pointing to the IP address of the website but this did not resolve the issue. Yesterday I deleted the www host record and created a CNAME entry matching what I see on the hosting providers portal but again still no luck. - I can successfully ping the website name and IP address - our domain name is abc.com with the website being www.abc.com - nslookup resolves going through our DNS server showing the alias and targeted host - when I enter the IP address into the browser I get "404 the site you were looking for could not be found" Question with creating a CNAME...do i need to use an alias name or leave it blank? The Fully Qualified domain is abc.com and the target host is abc.webhostingcompany.com I have only been with this company for little over a year but people tell me the website never worked internally. I appreciate any suggestions.
  9. just noticed another error on the client ccmsetup log...Client version '5.00.8239.1000' is not compatible with the site 'mysite' version '5.00.7804.1400' Forgot to add that we have not extended the AD schema
  10. Hi All, - sccm 2012 SP2 Cu2 - trying to push sccm client to a Windows 10 PC - ccm log on server has error saying "---> Unable to connect to WMI (root\ccm) on remote machine "mycomputer", error = 0x8004100e. - next error is Execute query exec [sp_CP_SetLastErrorCode] 16777700, 0 - File \ Printer Sharing and WMI on the firewall have been opened - have tried disabling the firewall - still same error - IP of Windows 10 client falls into IP range set in Boundary Group - no logs created on Windows 10 client - I confirmed the account used to push the client is in the Domain Admin group and not locked - account used to push is listed in the Client Push Installation Properties also I double checked that SMSSITECODE=mysite is listed and correct - Site Status all green and "OK" - under Boundary Group properties-References I selected "Use this boundary Group for site assignment" Anyone have other suggestions as to what I am missing?
  11. Hi All, - sccm 2012 SP2 Cu2 - trying to push sccm client to a Windows 10 PC - ccm log on server has error saying "---> Unable to connect to WMI (root\ccm) on remote machine "mycomputer", error = 0x8004100e. - next error is Execute query exec [sp_CP_SetLastErrorCode] 16777700, 0 - File \ Printer Sharing and WMI on the firewall have been opened - have tried disabling the firewall - still same error - IP of Windows 10 client falls into IP range set in Boundary Group - no logs created on Windows 10 client - I confirmed the account used to push the client is in the Domain Admin group and not locked - account used to push is listed in the Client Push Installation Properties also I double checked that SMSSITECODE=mysite is listed and correct - Site Status all green and "OK" - under Boundary Group properties-References I selected "Use this boundary Group for site assignment" Anyone have other suggestions as to what I am missing?
  12. just a little more info... The error I get in the CCM.log is ERROR: Target machine (machine name) must be Windows 2003 SP2 or Windows XP SP3 or newer. I tried upgrading to SP2 but had critical issues with the management point so I rolled back to SP1 from a restore. Our AD schema has not been extended.
  13. Hi Adam, I am facing the same problem you were experiencing with pushing the client out to Windows 10 machines. Can you provide more details oh how you were able to solve this.? I am running SCCM 2012 with SP1 Thank you
  14. Hi All, i am currently running SCCM 2012 with SP1 and would to install the latest updates. I am running Windows Server 2012 and on the desktop I have a program called Configuration Manager Setup and when I run it I get the following options (see attachment) Any thoughts as to what I am doing wrong? Again, I just want to install SCCM updates and service packs.
  15. I currently have about 20 computers listed in SCCM 2012 "Devices". If I were to enable System discovery, how would SCCM handle those computers that are currently listed? Would it duplicate them or just skip over them? Thanks!