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  1. Checked, everything looks great. I went ahead and removed ADK 2004, and reinstalled ADK 1903, everything is working fine again. I'm going to try removal / re-installation of ADK 2004 again, and see what my results are. Will let you know
  2. Yes. That is what was strange. With the boot image I have been using, I specified a custom background. The boot package ID matched, however the custom background doesn't load. that's what led me to create a new boot image as I thought something was corrupt as it wouldn't load the background.
  3. Yep. Removed the 1903 ADK, removed the PE component, rebooted. Downloaded the 2004 ADK, and the corresponding PE component from the MS docs page. installed adk, then PE, rebooted. rebuilt boot images. I even went as far as creating a new boot image, and using that and enabling it for PXE distribution, thinking that my boot image might be to blame. Ensured also that i have the correct network drivers in the boot image. still results in the same issue.
  4. unfortunately, no. Once the background shows, no keystrokes work. F8 should bring up command prompt, but it does nothing. The only thing I can see before pressing F8 is the background image (MS Endpoint Configuration Manager default background), then a flash (like a window appears), then the computer restarts.
  5. Here is an excerpt from SMSPXE on the last boot I did. It doesn't appear to have any issues. ============> Received from client: SMSPXE 6/29/2020 2:12:56 PM 6544 (0x1990) Operation: BootRequest (1) Addr type: 1 Addr Len: 6 Hop Count: 0 ID: 0001E240 Sec Since Boot: 65535 Client IP: HIDDEN Your IP: Server IP: HIDDEN Relay Agent IP: Addr: 2c:ea:7f:24:6a:49: Magic Cookie: 63538263 Options: Type=93 Client Arch: EFI BC Type=97 UUID: 0044454c4c310010578058b3c04f4e5732 Type=53 Msg Type: 3=Request Type=60 ClassId: PXEClient Type=55 Param Request Li
  6. Hey all, Since upgrading to CM 2002, I have done the following: Upgrade ADK to 2004, rebuild boot images. Now, when I PXE boot, it loads the WIM, loads up the WinPE environment background - then poof, it restarts (I never get prompted with the password entry to start my OSD). I cannot press F8 to have the command prompt appear (I still have that enabled), therefore I cannot get to any log files to diagnose. I am attempting to deploy Windows 10 1903. Any suggestions?
  7. Good afternoon, Is there a built-in Alert or Report (or one that can be made simply enough) to send an email (or notify in the console) that the Distribution Point certificate is expiring within 30 days? Is this possible? Thanks! Jesse
  8. FYI - If you're having UEFI and PXE boot issues since upgrading to CM 2002, a patch was released today. Here's the details. https://support.microsoft.com/help/4567007 V/r Jesse
  9. Hello all, I've successfully gotten 3rd party software updates working with ADR's, however, I was wondering if there way to remove Adobe Acrobat / Reader 3rd party updates that I no longer need published? If there is a way great, if not is there a way to not have to continually adjust my ADR as new versions of software come out? Example: My ADR for Flash and Acrobat, I'm using title filters to only include the latest version.
  10. So, I ran into an issue running that reporting services configuration manager, that it couldn't find SSRS. Ended up having to remove the SSRS role and reinstall it from from the SQL Server installation center. Reporting is fixed now. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
  11. I fixed the redirect issue IIS was set to redirect automatically to the App catalog. SSRS is configured and working, reports work from the console. Can go to /ReportServer and that works. But I can’t get to the web interface for /Reports
  12. @anyweb Niall, Thanks, silly me. I didn't install the ASP.net package. I can now get to SelfService. There's only two issues I have left one - This popped up in yellow text during the script that installed the websites. "WARNING: Unable to determine web service uri to Audit Report. This can be corrected in the web.config for the HelpDesk website." If I try to access http://servername.domain/HelpDesk it immediately redirects to http://servername.domain/CMApplicationCatalog/# If I try https://servername.domain/HelpDesk/# it works fine. Any suggestions?
  13. I'm watching your video now. Hopefully, I'll be able to resolve the SelfService portal.
  14. @anyweb I came across this website, when I found the solution that worked for me. It may have just been a one-off oddity with my setup. https://rcmtech.wordpress.com/2016/10/21/fix-powershell-winrm-remote-connection-errors/
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