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  1. AlwaysOn server multi-instance, 2 member servers W2019-SCCMDB1\MSSQLSERVER 1433,4022 W2019-SCCMDB1\MSSQLSERVER2 1633,4023 W2019-SCCMDB2\MSSQLSERVER 1433,4022 W2019-SCCMDB2\MSSQLSERVER2 1633,4023 AlwayOn-DB 192.168.160.122 5022 5044 port AlwayOn-DB2 192.168.160.123 5023 5045 port First migrate the management center site to W2019-SCCMDB1\MSSQLSERVER2. Everything is fine, even if the members of the alwayson database are restarted. After the management center site completes the restoration of active replication status, I am migrating the main site database to W20
  2. Need to write a script to achieve, when there is an old system, it should be installed on the old system partition Here is a video tutorial to install to the original system disk location without formatting other partitions, but it seems to be a paid video https://edu.51cto.com/center/course/lesson/index?id=567096
  3. Yes, 66 and 67 must be set to see the actual situation of the device When the number of VLANs is relatively small or when the switch setting does not support ip helper, You can set a distribution point for each vlan to solve the OSD problem.
  4. Make sure that the hard disk partitions are checked. This partition is set as the boot partition. In the SCCM OSD, only bios is recognized as the first boot method of a certain hard disk. Otherwise, an error will occur in the application operating system and the WIM image package cannot be released If there are two hard disks, disk number 0 HDD and disk number 1 SSD, you need to install the operating system to the SSD, pay attention! ! ! The bios sets the HDD hard disk as the first boot hard disk first. Then in the task sequence step, the disk 1 partition step must be set as the boo
  5. Agree with this view, system computer account installation and user installation of some software will cause installation errors
  6. Yes, click this link to check the conditions after the upgrade I reset the main site server two or three times, and even tried modify sql server configuration and modify SMSProvider configuration. I also reset the management center site, and it remains the same. I have been trying for two days and have not found an effective solution to this problem.
  7. After sccm2002 server Windows2012R2 is upgraded to server2019, The specified server is not a configuration manager site server A management center site 666 is windows2019, and a main site 888 was originally Windows2012R2 upgraded to Windows2019 Added in the registry Software\Microsoft\SMS HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurePipeServers\Winreg\AllowedPaths The sms permission in wmi is also eligible After upgrading the operating system as required, the main site was reset Does anyone know what's going on? The specified server is not a configuration manager
  8. Hi friends I encountered a problem. I set up a secondary site in the subdomain to enable PXE distribution points, and the client failed to start after PXE startup. The prompt reply has no message header marker, Failed to send status message (80004005) I have tried to update the certificate, delete the pxe settings, delete the secondary site server, and reinstall the operating system. It still works. What should I do? Can anyone help how to change the log to deal with this failure Finally use the new computer name of the secondary site server Reinstall the secondary site to u
  9. How can MDT UDI obtain this volume information, such as F:\windows(54GB) is the disk number 1 It seems that I did not find the variable disk number name stored in this volume in the MDT variable name I want to do gui through here to select disk information to format and install the system completely Choose 1 disk number hard disk, format or start formatting from 0 number. Suppose the user selects F:\windows(54GB) disk number 1 on the udi interface, and OSDDiskIndex is updated to the corresponding disk number selected instead of starting from the default disk number 0 The key point is
  10. Although this is very old post information, but recently I just researched this kind of multi-disk installation operating system on the hard disk with a disk number other than 0 to solve this problem. The first type: is to set the model of disk number 1 in the bios as the first boot disk, The second type: Just keep the boot sequence set in the partition 0 task sequence. When the OSD reaches the disk number 1, the boot file will be written to the partition 0. Solve the prompt message when applying the operating system Failed to make volume 😧 \ bootable. Please ensure that you have set a
  11. This can be solved by taking the folder name $a.split('\')[2] -replace '\.\w+$' google $a.Substring(0,$f.LastIndexOf('.')).split('\')[2] google
  12. $a = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\80.0.3987.149\Installer\setup.exe --uninstall --system-level --verbose-logging" $a -replace '([^\\]*)$' Suppose my condition is like this How do I extract the desired folder name $b = $a -replace '([^\\]*)$' $b = google or $b =chrome or $b = Application
  13. I have a copy item copy script running the output log under windows platform to _SMSTSLogPath. The output log cannot be set successfully. I tried to fail. What should I do? $start = Get-Date Function Import-SMSTSENV{ $tsenv = New-Object -COMObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment $TSEnv.Value("_SMSTSLogPath") # Create an object to access the task sequence environment #$tsenv = New-Object -ComObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment # Query the environment to get an existing variable # Set a variable for the task sequence log path $LogPath = $tsenv.Val
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