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  1. Somehow this seems to have autoresolved itself on my ConfigMgr server. i had added 2 boot images from the installation ISO downloaded from VLSC, but the service still crashed. This morning i added a MDT x64 boot image to create a bootable USB as PXE was not working. A couple of hours later the support guy from Microsoft sent me an IM that he wanted to take a screen of the distmg.log while he started the WDS service. i then saw that the service was started so i tested a PXE boot and it worked..?!? So my setup now is 3 bootimages on PXE, 2 from installation media both x86 and x64 and one MDT x64. the once from installation media has no drivers while the one from MDT has a bunch of drives added to it. i wont be doing anything with these until i get an answer from Microsoft support about a more stable solution as i have a feeling that if i restart the server it could crash again. I had also installed reporting services and restarted the server but i dont Think it is related, had Before restarted the SCCM server about 20 times.
  2. just got an IM from the support guy at Microsoft, they apperently have alot of cases regarding this issue and need to Contact the Product team
  3. I have the exact same error, have tried uninstalling PXE, WDS, ADK 8.1 installed all over again, if i look at the crash logg it seems to crash when WIMGAPI.DLL is loaded, the system32 one is version 6.3.9600.16412 and the wimgapi from ADK 8.1 released after okt 17 is 6.3.9600.16411, dont know if this matters but i read an old post about different versions of wimgapi. i tried installing the old version of ADK 8.1, same error so wimgapi is probobly not the reason, does anyone have a valid solution for this becouse at the moment our deployment is not working. I have opened a ticket with Microsoft and i hope i have a solution soon.
  4. Hi. When i deploy a computer i use a HTA to prompt for primary user and it works when its a new computer that does not exist in SCCM. I install computer with computer name "Deploy1" with primary user "user1" and it works. i redeploy this machine with computer name "Deploy2" with primary user "user2" What happens is that "user2" is not assigned to computer "Deploy2" he is assigned to "Deploy1" and as expected "user1" is still assigned to "Deploy1" is this to be expected or am i doing something wrong?
  5. I edited pollewops HTA some to include prompts for Primary User and Computer name. Edit domain on line 113 or remove it if you have mulitple. There is also a check on line 104 to 109 to check that the username and computername is between 5 and 10 / 15 characters. The computername is also changed to upercase characters. And as before on line 98 change password and line 57 to 64 is the footer. also replace the logo.jpg with your own. I removed the checkbox for show password, cool feature but we never used it and i didnt get how to implement it with 2 new prompts. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18716620/Password.zip <title>Prompt for password</title> <HTA:APPLICATION ID="objAutoRefresh" APPLICATIONNAME="Auto Refresh" SCROLL="no" SINGLEINSTANCE="yes" WINDOWSTATE="maximize" icon="icon.ico" SHOWINTASKBAR="no" SYSMENU="no" > <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="skin.css"> <script language=vbscript> sub activate(thebutton) thebutton.classname="btnb" end sub sub activate2(thebutton) thebutton.classname="btnc" end sub sub deactivate(thebutton) thebutton.classname="btna" end sub sub lblactivate(thebutton) thebutton.classname="lblb" end sub sub lblactivate2(thebutton) thebutton.classname="lblc" end sub sub lbldeactivate(thebutton) thebutton.classname="lbla" end Sub </script> </head> <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript"> on error resume next Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") Set objOSD = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment") Sub Window_Onload window.resizeTo 700,500 window.moveTo ((screen.availWidth \ 2) - (700 \ 2)), ((screen.availHeight \ 2) - (500 \ 2)) self.Focus() Support = "0000-000000" Footer.InnerHTML= "<HR width='100%' SIZE='2'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<table vAlign='bottom' border='0' width='100%'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td align='left'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<font color='Black' size='2'>Company" & vbcrlf & _ "<td align='right'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<font color='Black' size='2'>Support " & Support & vbcrlf & _ "</TD>" & vbcrlf & _ "</table>" MainMenu End Sub Sub EnterToTab If Window.event.keyCode = 13 Then Window.event.keyCode = 9 End Sub Sub Mainmenu Header.innerHTML = "<table width='100%' border='0' align='left'><tr><td><img src='logo.jpg'><td><class='header'>Please enter Password, Primary User and Computername<br>" & vbcrlf & _ "And click the <b>continue</b> button.<tr><td colspan='2'><hr width='100%' SIZE='3'></table>" Code.innerHTML ="<table width='100%' border='0'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<tr class='code'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='1' valign=''>Password:</td>" & _ "<td colspan='2'><input type='password' name='ppassword' size='30' onkeydown='EnterToTab'></td>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='2'></td>" & _ "</tr>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='1' valign=''>Primary User:</td>" & _ "<td colspan='2'><input type='text' name='uda' size='30' onkeydown='EnterToTab'></td>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='2'></td>" & _ "</tr>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='1' valign=''>Computername:</td>" & _ "<td colspan='2'><input type='text' name='computer' size='30' onkeydown='EnterToTab'></td>" & vbcrlf & _ "<td colspan='2'></td>" & _ "</tr>" & vbcrlf & _ "<tr class='code'><td colspan='5'><HR width='100%' SIZE='2'></td></tr>" & vbcrlf & _ "<tr class='code'><td colspan='2'><input id=runbutton class='btna' onMouseOver='vbscript:activate me' onMouseOut='vbscript:deactivate me' onMouseDown='vbscript:activate2 me' type='button' value='continue' name='run_button' onClick='RunScript'>" & vbcrlf & _ "</table>" ppassword.focus End Sub Sub RunScript If ppassword.value <> "password" Then messages.InnerHTML = "<font color='red' size='2'>Password is not valid.<br>" & vbcrlf & _ "<font color='black' size='2'>Retry entering the password ?<br>" & vbcrlf & _ "<input class='btna' onMouseOver='vbscript:activate me' onMouseOut='vbscript:deactivate me' onMouseDown='vbscript:activate2 me' type='button' value='Yes' name='Yes_button' onClick='Yes_button'>" & vbcrlf & _ "<input class='btna' onMouseOver='vbscript:activate me' onMouseOut='vbscript:deactivate me' onMouseDown='vbscript:activate2 me' type='button' value='No' name='No_button' onClick='No_button'>" Exit Sub ElseIf Len(uda.value) <= 4 Or Len(uda.value) > 15 Then messages.InnerHTML = "<font color='red' size='2'>Please enter username between 5 and 15 chars<br>" Exit Sub ElseIf Len(computer.value) <= 4 Or Len(computer.value) > 10 Then messages.InnerHTML = "<font color='red' size='2'>Please enter computername between 5 and 10 chars<br>" Exit Sub Else on error resume next objOSD("ALLOWOSDBUILD") = "YES" objOSD("SMSTSUdaUsers") = "domain\" & uda.value objOSD("OSDComputerName") = UCase(computer.value) Set objOSD = Nothing window.close() End If End Sub Sub No_button on error resume next objOSD("ALLOWOSDBUILD") = "NO" Set objOSD = Nothing window.close() End Sub Sub Yes_button messages.InnerHTML = "<font color='black' size='2'>Please try again" ppassword.value = "" ppassword.focus End Sub '*************************************************************************************** '****************** END SUB AREA ******************************************************* '*************************************************************************************** '*************************************************************************************** '****************** START FUNCTION AREA ************************************************ '*************************************************************************************** '*************************************************************************************** '****************** END FUNCTION AREA ************************************************** '*************************************************************************************** </SCRIPT> <body> <table height="100%" width="100%" border="0"> <TR> <TD vAlign="top" height="10"> <div class="header" id="Header"></div> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD height="200"> <div class="code" id="Code"></div> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD align="center"> <div class="messages" id="Messages"></div> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD align="center"> <div id="Note"></div> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD vAlign='bottom'> <div id="Footer"></div> </TD> </TR> </html>
  6. ended up reinstalling the DP and that solved the problem
  7. i tried to remove the folder smssig$ and update a package and it worked once. it create a tar file for that package id but when i tried to update Another one the error started again.
  8. Hi. ive got the same problem in RTM
  9. Yes uninstalled removed all traces of the old console including rightclick Tools and sccm toolkit. then reinstalled.
  10. I have the exakt same error. anyone gotten past this?
  11. I wrote a post on it awhile back. https://tjindarr.wordpress.com/2012/03/30/deploy-exe-files-as-a-msu-deployment-type/
  12. Running just setup.exe shuold be fine ive done it before. Make sure you set the right "experience" or whatever its called on the page where you set product key. Select the one with absolutely no interaction. And also make sure you check the "install from task sequence without being advertised"
  13. Did you set the SMSTSAssignUserMode to Auto on the collection or via task sequence variable? If its not set the default value is "Pending" and will wait for approval.
  14. Yes it has been released, downloadable from microsofts volume licensing portal. There are 5 different "Packs" of the System Center suite that includes different products of the suite.
  15. Sorry about the typo. A MSI file is better in every way but this is just in case. I work for a industrial company and it alot of the appliactions we use for our machines are very old. You know the 256 bit setup background picture with a guy in a hardhat holding a wrench... And with this i can almosr create my own MSI deployment within SCCM awsome!!
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