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  1. Hello Everyone, Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 R2 version 5.0.8239.1000 Basically I've setup an Office 365 2016 Package to Uninstall Office 2013 and then install Office 365 2016. Two weeks ago I put in about 60 client computers and had about 55 client computers successful and 5 machines there were not. Of the 55 that installed the packaged successfully there were about 5 client machines that were producing a false positive in the "execmgr log" file saying the install was successful, but Office 365 2016 was not installed anywhere on the machines. Another day or two went by and eventual
  2. Hi Everyone, I've got a Dell OptiPlex 3020 that has a  ConfigMan 2012 R2 SP1 Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller Driver I've used DISM to inject the Win7x64 network drivers off the Dell website into the Boot.wim x64. I then also went to the Realtek website and downloaded and added the Win7x64 driver to the boot image and the driver node in the ConfigMan 2012 console. From turning the machine on I can PXE boot the machine w/out any problems. I can start the OSD process. If I press F8, and type "ipconfig /all" I get an IP address from this machine. The problem is that when it get
  3. Hey Everyone, I seem to be running into an issue with the Panasonic Toughbook CF-31 network drivers. The laptop can PXE boot into the PE environment and start the imaging process and has an IP address during this part, but what happens is after the second or third reboot during the OSD process, the laptop does not have an IP address anymore. Currently running SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 and trying to install Win7 SP1 x64 onto the client machine. Here's what’s been done so far: 1. Created a new boot image x64 2. Injected the Intel 82579LM x64 drivers into the new x64 boot image (v
  4. Hi Rocket Man, I actually redid the IEAK on a different computer, this time at the end of the IEAK setup, I selected after the install of IE to have the computer restart, and the computer is still showing that IE8 is installed and not IE11. I then moved the installer folder and files over to my SCCM server on the E drive. Then created an old school package and device collection, put the laptop test computer into that test collection and here's the exexmgr log files: Policy arrived for parent package CCM00029 program Installs IE 11 execmgr 8/14/2015 3:31:33 PM 3852 (0x0F0C) Raising c
  5. I've been trying to push out IE 11 for the last couple of days to a machine that was just imaged with Windows 7 x64, but when I remote into this client machine and click on the IE icon IE8 will launch. When I look at the Control Panel/Programs & Features/View installed updates I don't see IE 11 installed. Here's what version SCCM is currently on: SCCM R2 2012 SP1 http://prajwaldesai.com/deploy-internet-explorer-11-using-sccm-2012-r2/ I've downloaded and installed/configured the IEAK 11 Administration Kit I've downloaded and extracted the IE11 updates per the instructions.
  6. How about uninstalling certain patch/s from a small group of 10 client machines, but having the rest of the production environment still have that particular patch installed on the other clients in production. Then keeping that particular patch off the small group of 10 client machines the next time those machines check in Thanks in advance
  7. I'm looking to push an update out but only to a certain group of computers, say ten computers, but I do not want to push this particular update out to the rest of his environment. I just wants those ten computers to have this update. Is that at all possible? I'm thinking collection base, but not sure how to tackle this. Thanks in advance
  8. What OS are you trying to dedploy? If you are trying to deploy 8.1 x64 you might want to check this link out: http://vstepic.blogspot.com/2014/03/sccm-2012r2-task-sequence-error.html
  9. Hey Everyone, We currently have SCEP running now for about six months without any issues. We have SCEP setup to perform a quick scans at 2 AM in the morning. What we have noticed the SCEP full scans. The full scans have been running on a few client machines during business hours, and management is asking questions as to why SCEP is running during that time instead of running during the night. I've look all over within the CM SP1 console, and I cannot find anything set to perform full scans during business hours. I found all the settings that we have configured the Quick Scans at 2 AM.
  10. My usual packaging and deployment consists of extracting the installer exe and running the msi through the customization wizard Adobe provides. This latest 11.0.06 comes as a solo msp as well... I'm fully aware and works well to upgrade existing 11x installs. However my environment has regions where I do not control the release of Reader, and they might have PC's with 10x versions running wild. Plus I need to be able to do initial installs of Reader on new PC's. Here's what I've done: I've followed this article: http://www.scconfigmgr.com/2014/01/16/slipstream-adobe-reader-w
  11. Hello, Is there any way that you can go into your own posts and delete the post? I glanced over the help section, but did not see any information there on how to do that. Let me know. Thanks, J
  12. Hello Everyone, I'm currently using CM 2012 SP1. I know how to create packages, but was recently told that I should start using the Applications piece to create application packages instead. Here's what I'm trying to accomplish. Our production environment has about 700 plus computers and are currently running Adobe Reader 11.0.03. I'd like to update the version to Adobe Reader 11.0.06 version. Here's what I've done to do that: I followed these direction from this link: http://www.mytechstuffSPAM!/2013/06/deploy-adobe-acrobat-reader-xi-11003.html Which talks about Adobe
  13. Hello To All the SCEP Guru's out there: I was wondering if anyone could provide a little more information on this subject. A user was on a local newspaper website on Friday, January 31st. She clicked on a bad link on the newspaper website and ended up getting some malware on her machine. We have SCEP setup to e-mail a bunch of us. My boss is now asking as to why the e-mail alert took so long: Here's the e-mail: -----Original Message----- From: SCCM1Alerts@abc123.gov [mailto:SCCM1Alerts@abc123.gov] Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2014 4:19 PM To: Network Services Alerts; !_IS Infr
  14. Hey Everyone, I've got a batch file that I'm trying to get to work and seem to be running into difficulties on getting the whole batch file to work. I'm guessing that I have something missing or incorrect. What I'm trying to accomplish is we currently have Java versions 7.0.45 both x64 & x86 platforms installs on all production client machines. My batch file will uninstall the x86 version of Java 7.0.45 and then install the latest version of Java 7.0.51 x86 without any problems. It's the x64 that my batch file is running into problems and does not uninstall it or install the new versi
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