Jump to content


FabianL

Established Members
  • Content Count

    13
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

FabianL last won the day on October 30 2015

FabianL had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About FabianL

  • Rank
    Member
  1. Thank you YPCC! I really appreciate the information you provided. I will start working on this and get back to you if I have additional questions. Happy New Year!
  2. Hello, We are currently running SCCM 2012 R2 in our environment. We are running a Primary Site server with Endpoint protection and started using OSD. So far it has been a challenge but the guides here and on other online resources have been a tremendous help. We now want to leverage SCCM's capabilities to help us identify rogue software as well as try and make sure that our environment PC's are using a safe version of Java, Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, etc. Could SCCM help us with this? Also once that software is identified would we be able to uninstall the rogue software and install a correct version of Java, Adobe Flash, etc. If so could someone with more experience provide some insight as to how I would configure something like this? Thank you!
  3. Well in case anyone is interested in a workaround I did the following. I created an ISO of the image. Took a USB drive and formatted it as NTFS. I then used xcopy to move the files from the ISO to the thumb drive and it is working.
  4. Well in case anyone is interested in a workaround I did the following. I created an ISO of the image. Took a USB drive and formatted as NTFS. I then used xcopy to move the files from the ISO to the thumb drive and it is working.
  5. Hello all, I have been racking my brain for the past few days trying to figure this out but so far I have had no luck. I am hoping someone could provide some guidance. I am creating a Task Sequence Media to a USB drive of an image I captured. The image is about 21Gb and the process fails somewhere near the end. I am running this off of my Windows 8.1 PC where I have the console installed. We are running SCCM 2012 SP2. We have a standalone Primary site. Not sure what more information you need but let me know if you have any questions. I have attached the logs as well. From reviewing the logs I wonder if the issue is near the end where it states that it is staging an SWM that is 10551 mb in space. If the thumb drive is partitioned in a FAT32 format then it should not allow any files larger than 4GB in space if i am not mistaken. Could this be the reason why it is failing? Thank you! http://pastebin.com/0nrdwa38- logs are here
  6. Congrats. I was told to come check out your site by a consultant, and have found it to be very useful.
  7. Hello all, I have been racking my brain for the past few days trying to figure this out but so far I have had no luck. I am hoping someone could provide some guidance. I am creating a Task Sequence Media to a USB drive of an image I captured. The image is about 21Gb and the process fails somewhere near the end. I am running this off of my Windows 8.1 PC where I have the console installed. We are running SCCM 2012 SP2. We have a standalone Primary site. Not sure what more information you need but let me know if you have any questions. I have attached the logs as well. From reviewing the logs I wonder if the issue is near the end where it states that it is staging an SWM that is 10551 mb in space. If the thumb drive is partitioned in a FAT32 format then it should not allow any files larger than 4GB in space if i am not mistaken. Could this be the reason why it is failing? Thank you! http://pastebin.com/0nrdwa38- logs are here
  8. Hey Peter, thanks for the follow up. I got it going. It seems the issue was with capturing the image with x64 and trying to deploy it with an x86 boot image. I recaptured the image with a x86 capture media and was able to create the standalone media. regards,
  9. Hello All: I am having an issue with a stand-alone media deployment and was hoping someone could provide some insight. I am fairly new to SCCM, as had a consultant implement it for our antivirus Endpoint Protection. So please bear with me if I ask any ridiculous questions, but any help provided would be greatly appreciated. The consultant actually advised me to reach out to these forums if I needed help as he has used these for years. So here we go. Basically what I am trying to accomplish is take an HP Pro 3500 OEM pc which will be used as a reference machine and image that same image to all of our other pcs. These machines will be in a standalone environment, not domain joined, and will not communicate with each other in any way. They are simply used to deploy a LOB application to our customers which are spread out across the US. So far I have taken my reference PC and captured the image. I than created a task sequence which references that image. I created a task sequence media using the wizard and selected “stand-alone media”. I created it on a USB drive and it succeeded. When I plug it into a PC to image that PC the machine loads WinPE and once I select next at the password screen it basically says “No assigned task sequence for this computer”. I am looking at the log files and the error I see is “No assigned task sequence.” Component TSMBootstrap. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Logs are here - http://pastebin.com/0nrdwa38
  10. Hello Peter, Thanks for the reply. I am a bit confused and am hopeful that you can clear some of that up. Why would I need to deploy the task sequence? I am deploying via stand alone media. In fact these machines will not be interacting with SCCM in any way. Therefore they will not even be a part of a collection. I am merely using SCCM to capture an image and then creating a task sequence that will deploy that captured image, instead of using a third party tool like Acronis. Thank you,
  11. Hello All: I am having an issue with a stand-alone media deployment and was hoping someone could provide some insight. I am fairly new to SCCM, as had a consultant implement it for our antivirus Endpoint Protection. So please bear with me if I ask any ridiculous questions, but any help provided would be greatly appreciated. The consultant actually advised me to reach out to these forums if I needed help as he has used these for years. So here we go. Basically what I am trying to accomplish is take an HP Pro 3500 OEM pc which will be used as a reference machine and image that same image to all of our other pcs. These machines will be in a standalone environment, not domain joined, and will not communicate with each other in any way. They are simply used to deploy a LOB application to our customers which are spread out across the US. So far I have taken my reference PC and captured the image. I than created a task sequence which references that image. I created a task sequence media using the wizard and selected “stand-alone media”. I created it on a USB drive and it succeeded. When I plug it into a PC to image that PC the machine loads WinPE and once I select next at the password screen it basically says “No assigned task sequence for this computer”. I am looking at the log files and the error I see is “No assigned task sequence.” Component TSMBootstrap. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,
×
×
  • Create New...