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  1. I mean which collection that listed the unknown computer? I went to "All unknow computer" collection and no there. Also checked "All Systems" collection, no there. So where did they go? Thanks
  2. Windows Installer Error 1619 When You Install from NTFS-Protected Directories http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316309
  3. Thank you for your time. However I run wbemtest and wmimgmt.msc on the PC that show “Could not find the policy in WMI for SCCM-Test-Package”, it didn't show any WMI problem.
  4. 80004005 is an access denied issue, so check network access account set up and network driver correctly.
  5. Thanks. However I am still think: the package is deployed to 4000 PCs (Desktop), 90% are Succeeded. I mean, it's same package source file.
  6. Here is the code that you can use to find whether your server is Physical or VMWare box. This code uses Win32_ComputerSystem WMI class to query for Manufacturer property. On Physical servers, this property will give you the name of real manufacturer. While, on Virtual servers, it will give you "VMWare Inc." for VMWare boxes. '---------------------------------------------------------------------------- strComputer = "." wscript.echo getMachineType(strComputer) function GetMachineType(strComputer) Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _ & "{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set colSettings = objWMIService.ExecQuery _ ("Select * from Win32_ComputerSystem") For Each objComputer in colSettings strType = objComputer.Manufacturer Next if lcase(left(strType,6))="vmware" then GetMachineType="V" 'Virtual VMWare Box. else GetMachineType="P" 'Physical Machine end if end function '-------------------------------------------------------------------------
  7. Hi guys We deployment SCCM-Test-Package to 4000 PCs (Desktop) recently, 90% are Succeeded. I checked the execmgr.log that PChas failed. And found “Could not find the policy in WMI for package 9000046A program 01-[Desktop]-SCCM-Test-Package”. So first I think this is WMI issues. But later on I checked the execmgr.log of some PCs that shows Succeeded, it has same message in log file. Did some google, someone said it’s a bug of SCCM 2012 SP1. But someone said this is relate to WMI that broken by other application. I am lost. So anybody has same issues before? Thanks execmgr.log
  8. It's seem network issues. Next time, press F8 to get in command windows, run IPCONFIG to see it can get IP adress.
  9. Niall is expert in SCCM. I like sccm guide that he write. However, I want full understand the SCCM 2012 from begin to end. My job is keep me busy, so I don't have too much time and go to training. Any recommand? Thanks a lot.
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