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  1. Never mind I resolved the issue. Somehow during the installation of the new SQL instance, named pipes got shut off in MSSQLSERVER. Re-enabling named pipes and restarting the services/server solved the problem.
  2. I had the same issue, and my MSSQLSERVER named pipes was disabled. Re-enabling and restarging the services solved the issues for me. Maybe something to check if this issue persists with Software Center.
  3. Never mind I resolved the issue. Somehow during the installation of the new SQL instance, named pipes got shut off in MSSQLSERVER. Re-enabling named pipes and restarting the services/server solved the problem.
  4. Hello, I am having an issue with Software Center that just recently came about. The Software Center was working as expected (showing advertised, available deployments to devices) until very recently. Basically, no applications are showing as Available (or at all) when deployed to a collection that a machine is in. Running the Machine Policy Retrieval & Evaluation Cycle produces no results. I have double checked that the deployment exists with the proper settings, and it has been distributed properly, but nevermind that as the same deployments worked fine before the end of last w
  5. Hello, I am an SCCM new comer, but a long time reader of topics on this blog. This is my first post here. I have recently been appointed to take care of our new SCCM 2012 SP1 environment. I have a task sequence I am using to deploy Windows 10 LTSB with BitLocker to all laptops and mobile devices that pass through our department for imaging. I am experiencing something strange. I am noticing that around 98% of computers that receive the BitLocker enabled image do not "enable" BitLocker on an initial imaging of the computer. What is strange is that BitLocker DOES get enabled succ
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