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Lotheron

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  1. That is the script that I've been using, however, that runs after my front end so the system stays MININT. I use it as a final verification that the system name has been named by the tech. However, I have extra options available to systems within the CM database (backup, USMT, etc), so when a system shows up as unknown, the only option is to image it as a unknown computer. When using dynamic site media, the OSDComputerName variable will not populate. When using site-based media, it does populate as expected, with the system name from the CM Database.
  2. For those with the same issue, if the media is created using dynamic sites, then this is what occurs. When I switched the media to be site based, it worked as expected.
  3. As the title says, the ComputerName.vbs and scripts of the like that work in 2007 do not seem to be working in 2012. MDT Task sequence, running Gather and %OSDComputerName% is being set to MININT-XXXXXX even though the computer is already known by SCCM and I'm reimaging the machine. Any thoughts? Edit: Just noticed that I could have put this thread in a better spot.. sorry about that.
  4. I know this is an older post but I needed to know the answer myself. The link points "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Accessories\Welcome Center.lnk". Simply deleting that .lnk file removes it from the start menu, but keeps the Control Panel icon.
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