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Rexlis

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  1. I have resolved the issue. You will need to upgrade SCCM to at least Version 1511. This was my previous build: Console Version: 5.0.8239.1000 Site Version: 5.00.8239.1000 Now my current build is: Console Version: 5.0.8325.1000 Site Version: 5.00.8325.1000 https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgrdogs/2014/02/07/configmgr-2012-version-numbers/ It's a really straighforward process on upgrading. I could not find a guide on windows-noob so I had to go this link just to help me out. https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/sccm-1511-upgrade/
  2. What I plan to do is just migrate SCCM and SQL database to a new Windows Server 2012 box and see if that resolves the issue since I'm currently on 2008 R2. I have read that it could be the new windows 10 driver's signatures are not recognized by the server. I have seen online some hotfix patches but when I try to go to the download page, it says it no longer exists. I will update you if it works out.
  3. Not yet unfortunately... I have been having to create custom image captures for each model of PC i have in my environment.
  4. I have the same issue in my organization. The only way I have been able to get around to creating new task sequences is to click on "Create Task Sequence" once the wizard pops up choose "Create a new custom task sequence" this will only ask for Name and Boot image. Once you input the right information it will create a blank task sequence from which you can edit to add the OS, drivers and so on... Second option is just copy an existing task sequence and edit.
  5. Hello, After importing drivers to create a driver package, I checked the Applicability tab under properties and found that Windows 10 was unchecked. When I went to add checkboxes (Since my image is Windows 10) I received "The SMS Provider reported an error." This only happens if I check the boxes for Windows 10, all other OS checkboxes work just fine. When I choose the first option "This driver can be run on any platform" it lets me apply the changes but when I initiated the Task Sequence on the computer it would download the drivers and for a brief moment go to installing drivers and then
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