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  1. Guys, I'm trying to skip unwanted deployment pages in my MDT Wizard. It seems the very first screen works, but once I click NEXT, the entire list of pages are showing and it makes me walk through each one. I minimized my Bootstrap.ini and CustomSettings.ini I only want to show the following pages; Task Sequence Page Computer Details Page Local and Time Page Ready Page But for some reason after I click the Task Sequence, I receive this list. Then I have to go to each page without the ability to skip. Welcome Page Network Credentials Page Task Sequence Page Computer Details Page Mo
  2. Just to give an update on what’s happening with this. I found out this format is unsupported by MS with Windows Vista and newer OS’s. Instead you must utilize two other additional roles on the CA to have this work. The caviate is, I’m down to the testing and it’s not working as in the document. I have MS Support working with me to resolve this issue since it was written by MSFT. http://blogs.technet.com/b/askds/archive/2010/05/25/enabling-cep-and-ces-for-enrolling-non-domain-joined-computers-for-certificates.aspx and use this doc for similar workgroup computers for rolling out cert
  3. Hello everyone, I’m having issues with workgroup computers, not domain systems when I request a certificate. The domain computers are receiving their certificates via GPO. It’s extremely weird. It has something to do with Windows 7 and Windows 2008 machines. On a 2003 server, I can request a certificate manually with certutil and "see" the certificate template. I copy over the exact command on windows 7 and it can’t "see" the certificate template. The Error --- Template not found. I have the following configuration: CA Enterprise I have created the SCCM Client Certificate I
  4. I'm trying to start a child runbook from another child runbook via powershell using the .net script activity. I've tried many powershell scripts and they work if I'm testing them from the server level, but they don't work if I place them in a runbook .net script activity. I don't receive any errors from them since I worked out most issues. Any help would be much appreciated. James
  5. I fixed it and it's finish! Here's the code if anyone wants it. <html> <head> <title>USMT | Windows 7 Image</title> <script language="VBScript">Window.ResizeTo 913,810</script> <script language="VBScript">Window.MoveTo ((Screen.AvailWidth -913) / 2), 10</script> <HTA:APPLICATION ID="objOSDReg" APPLICATIONNAME="OSD_Registration" SINGLEINSTANCE="yes" BORDER="thin" ICON="Deploy.ico" MAXIMIZEBUTTON="no" MINIMIZEBUTTON="yes" NAVIGABLE="yes" > </head> <script LANGUAGE="VBScript"> 'Set Variables: Site Server, Username and Pa
  6. Peter, I typicaly don't write VBscript and HTA. I didn't mean to leave the section of code "Add Computer to Scanstate and Loadstate Collections in SCCM" to the first post. I found the code on the internet and have tried to modify this to do what I need. My goal is to allow a third party company to Migrate user state from XP to Windows 7 during our Windows 7 Migration project. Doing this tasks through SCCM console isn't worth it when the 3rd party staff will be changing during the project. I need to have the Source Computer and the Destination computer do the following when the "Create
  7. Thank you! I wish I could figure out that Add computer to a specific collection. That's kiling me litteraly!
  8. Hello everyone! Use IIS Pool for Authentication and not have Userid and Password in clear text. (Thank you Niall!) My goal is to allow a third party company to Migrate user state from XP to Windows 7 during our Windows 7 Migration project. Doing this tasks through SCCM console isn't worth it when the 3rd party staff will be changing during the project. I need to have the Source Computer and the Destination computer do the following when the "Create Computer Associatation" button is pushed. 1. Add Source and Destination computer to the Computer Association in SCCM OSD 2. Add
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