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  1. Spotify and Google Earth and I'm sure many others are a real pain in the backside as they "hide" in users appdata - also means the users can install without admin rights which is a nightmare for IT guys. The way I get around it is to use the Software Inventory Client Settings, then add spotify.exe (or any other prog.exe) to the inventory collection. Then once the inventories come flying into the SCCM database, query that data then create SSRS, Power BI or collections based on it. This is the query I use for the Spotify installations: SELECT DISTINCT COMP.UserName0 AS [User],
  2. Not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for but might be worth a look, a guide on Dell Warranty Reporting we did a while ago, provides details on how to create the report as well...hope it helps. Report on Dell Warranty Statuses Using SCCM and Dell Integration
  3. Having said that, I just saw this (excuse me I'm reading this on an iPad!) Failed to resolve PackageID=RBC00002] Might be worth checking your task sequence dependencies are fully and correctly deployed. Use CMTrace to look for further errors in your log files.
  4. Fairly sure this will be because you need to add the NIC for the machine you are deploying to, to the boot image, then redeploy the boot image and try again.
  5. Not sure if this is exactly what you are after, but would a variation of this help? SQL Query for Specific Installs
  6. This process will do exactly what you are trying to do (I use this process every single day without any problems) and tells you where to put it in your task sequence - however, it does use MDT so if you do not have this integrated this will not help: Set Company Name Automatically During OSD
  7. There are a lot of errors in the log, can you post a screen print of your task sequence, give us an idea of what is happening and when. Thanks.
  8. Hi - I think you would maybe need to use Orchestrator to do something like this?
  9. I'm assuming you are using SCCM 2012? (SP1?) The above looks more like a SCCM 2007 script, the tables have changed slightly in 2012 so the script will not work. I've put together something that should work for you here: http://itguru82-sccm.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/last-logon-time-report-using-sccm-data.html Hope this helps...
  10. Hi, this may help you out a bit, this is the way we use to identify machines for users quickly... Find System by last logged on user query for SCCM
  11. I got this working today using MDT without any scripting, works with Dell, HP and Fuji so far.... Set Company Name Automatically During OSD Hope it helps.
  12. Hi, I've been trying to get automatic computer names working in OSD for a while with Dell machines, but not much luck, finally got it working today though so I've written a quick guide on how I got mine to work if it can help any one else... Set Computer Name Automatically During OSD
  13. Hi, I've written a full guide on how to do this and also for Adobe products in my blog... Link to the CAD one is here: http://itguru82-sccm.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/step-by-step-guide-to-reporting-autocad.html - ConfigMgr 2012 http://itguru82-sccm.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/step-by-step-guide-to-creating-custom_08.html - ConfigMgr 2007 Hope this helps.
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