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  1. Hi, i have the same problem with a HP 600 G3, was it the NIC drivers which resolved it? Thanks
  2. Hi all, I would like to know if anyone has come across the following behavior with SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 and Windows 7 please? We deploy app-v applications to user based collections using SCCM which is all fine until the user profile (which is stored locally on the thick device) is deleted either by Group Policy or an engineer. When the profile is deleted, the next time that user logs in, the applications never get re-installed. I have tried doing an Application deployment evaluation cycle lots of times but this doesnt work. I can see the appdiscovery.log reports that the application "is n
  3. Hi all, has anyone encountered a problem with CM 2012 where the %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\auth\statesys.box\incoming\low directory fills up with *.SMX files? it started happening a couple if days ago and eventually filled up the drive. all the files are around 1.5MB in size and we currently have around 30,000 of them in that directory. I can open the files with notepad but it doesnt really give me a clue as to what the problem might be. I cant seem to work out why the files are being put there, is this normal behavior for files to be placed there? We a
  4. Hi, Does anyone know if its possible to stop the CM client on client devices? I guess i could uninstall the CM client but wondered if there was an easier / quicker way to just stop communication between the client and the MP temporarily? We are using CM 2012 R2 SP1, i can see you can set a client to "Not Approved", would this stop all communication between the client and MP? We have issues with a small group of devices running slow at a particular time each day, i would like to take SCCM out of the equation by temporarily disabling the CM client. Any help much appreciated. Thanks.
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