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  1. Hi all, after I've updated my SCCM fro 1706 to 1710, I'm not longer able to boot my machines from PXE, with error "PXE-E16: No offers were received". I've already tried to redistribute my boot image and update the ADK to the last version, checked taht WDS service was running and rebooted the server... but nothing seems to work. Help please! Thank you Luca
  2. No, I'm running Windows Server 2012 WSUS...what a pity! I've also found that in WSUS console there is a record "Drivers" unchecked, that is not even listed in SCCM "Classification" Tab Do you think that enabling this record while broke something?
  3. Hi all, I've updated to SCCM CB 1710, windows server 2012 R2. I'm trying to use the new features to install Surface drivers and Firmwares, but I have it greyed out. When I try to check Software Update Points -> Classifications -> "All Classifications" it displays this pop-up : "Before you enable the Upgrades classification, you must install WSUS hotfix 3095113 on all software update points in your hierarchy. If you do not install this update, the Windows 10 Servicing feature will not properly function. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/3095113 for more information. Only Windows Server 2012 and later versions running WSUS support the Upgrade classification of updates. Additionally, to service Windows 10 Version 1607 and later, you must install and configure KB3159706 using the guidance at https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3159706." Unfortunately I've already installed both the KBs on the Server some month ago installing the 1706 version, but it seems is not seeing them. How can I fix this? Can I unistall the KB3095113 and reinstall it safely without breaking anything?
  4. Hi, I've followed the steps @hybrid suggested, but my goal is to update from Windows 10 1607 to 1703. The update is still failing with the same error 0xC1800118. But when I try the SQL query select TotalResults = Count(*) from tbFile where (IsEncrypted = 1 and DecryptionKey is NULL) or (FileName like '%15063%.esd' and IsEncrypted = 0) this is what I got: Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 3 Invalid column name 'IsEncrypted'. Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 3 Invalid column name 'DecryptionKey'. Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 3 Invalid column name 'IsEncrypted'. What does it mean? It seems that something is missing on the SUSDB, also after installing the KB3159706... Please help me
  5. I've already set it like this, but it seems it only execute the .msi, and it doesn't take care of the custom folder that is located in the same parent folder...
  6. Hi all, I'm having difficulties deployng Crashplan Proe throughout SCCM 2012. To customize the installation the .msi needs a folder structure like Parent folder msi folder "custom", that contains some files customized Then I need to run this command: msiexec /i "CrashPlanPROe-x64_Win.msi" /qn CP_SILENT=true How can I deploy this as an application? I'm at the frst move with SCCM 2012 and I'd be greatful if someone can help me Thank you
  7. Thank you for this explanation! Probably I'm missing something... I've to run setup.exe /download first, let it downlaod the package in SCCM shared folder, and then in SCCM2012 create a package with the install.cmd you proposed in the article?
  8. Hi all, we have bought some license Skype for Business Plan 2 on Office 365 and I would like to deploy Skype for Business to our clients throughout SCCM 2012. When you login on office365 you can download a click-to-run package that starts the installation/downalod of the product. There is a way to deploy this software throuhgout SCCM? I cannot find anywhere an offline installer of skype for business. Thank you for your support Regards, Luca
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