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  1. Deploying to device collection seems to have solved the problem.
  2. Hi everyone, I have come across a question RE application deployment recently and I am wondering if anyone here would be able to help. One of my colleagues has been working on Autodesk deployment for our organisation, as you may know, the size of Autodesk installer sometimes can be ridiculously large, therefore, he decided to save all the install files and folders on a file server, for example \\fileserver\AutodeskBDSP2018\ (not the usual place hosting all SCCM sourcefiles), then he created a batch file with cmdlet as below and saved under SCCM sourcefile directory. "\\fileserver\AutodeskBDSP2018\Img\Setup.exe" /w /qb /I \\fileserver\AutodeskBDSP2018\Img\AECRevit2018.ini /Trial /language en-us On SCCM, he created a new Application deployment and used the batch file as Installation program, distributed the batch file ONLY to the DP, then deployed to a user collection. However, the deployment did not seem to display on Software Center at all. I have helped check all the logs for Application deployment, but couldn't find anything useful. Frankly I have never done any application or package deployment this way, I am just wondering whether this method is doable over SCCM. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
  3. Thanks for your reply! As I mentioned in my first post, we're using SCCM 1710 with Windows ADK 1803 (only updated ADK to this version the other day as I'm going to update SCCM to 1802). However, the issue was related to the default client cache size. Personally I prefer to use thin image so that any future updated software can be easily managed/replaced as a single task. So I have created a bunch of applications to be installed during OSD TS. Generally the installer for those applications will be downloaded from DP and saved to ccmcache folder on the client PC, by default the maximum ccmcache folder size is set to 5GB. In my case, TS failed because ccmcache folder was going to exceed 5GB so it stopped downloading software contents.
  4. After spending a few hours investigating through logs, I've managed to find the issue was caused by max client cache size. Hope this will also help those who come across the similar problem during OSD =]
  5. Hi everyone, it's so nice to meet you all! I have run into some problems on a Win 10 OSD Task Sequences recently and am wondering whether I could get some advises. Here's the background for our environment, we have SCCM 1710 installed on a primary server with a DP and I have been having success deploying Win 10 version 1709 through Task Sequences until now. Lately my colleague reported the TS stopped working and returned a generic error 0x80004005 when it was trying to install an application during TS. I have checked smstslog on the client PC and found some errors as below: Execution status received: 24 (Application download failed ) InstallApplication 29-May-18 9:47:00 AM 5420 (0x152C) App install failed. InstallApplication 29-May-18 9:47:00 AM 5420 (0x152C) Install application action failed: 'PyroSim2017 - OSD Install'. Error Code 0x80004005 InstallApplication 29-May-18 9:47:00 AM 5420 (0x152C) Have also checked AppEnforce log, but no relevant information at all, the log seemed to be stop after a successful installation of another application (the one placed in front of PyroSIm install). I'm pretty sure there was no change on the source file or Application Deployment settings, it is just a simple MSI install. A similar issue has occurred on Office 2013 Pro install task too. I have managed to fix that by creating a Package instead. I know I can use the same method to fix the problem, but I'm curious to know what the root cause is. BTW, if we deploy the applications to Software Centre, they can be completed without any issue. The only change I have made on SCCM recently is to uninstalled Windows ADK and installed the latest version 1803 as I am planning to upgrade our Configuration Manager to the latest version soon. It'd be much appreciated if someone could shed light on this. Thanks in advance!
  6. Just came across the same issue on a Win 10 Build 1709 PC, had to remove the following packages via PS, then SCCM image capture completed as expected Get-AppXPackage -Name 46928bounde.EclipseManager | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Duolingo-LearnLanguagesforFree | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Microsoft.Office.Sway | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Microsoft.BingNews | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Microsoft.NetworkSpeedTest | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Microsoft.BingTranslator | Remove-AppXPackage Get-AppXPackage -Name Microsoft.RemoteDesktop | Remove-AppXPackage
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