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  1. I have been deploying Office 2010 without Access (X - Not Available - Microsoft Access in Set feature installation states) to the our customers through OCT. I have all the .msp's in the root of the office folder along with the setup.exe. I then use setup.exe /adminfile and the relevant msp. I am now looking at a way of checking if Access is installed on any of the old versions (MS Office XP, 2003, 2007) and if so to install access, otherwise Access should not be installed through SCCM. Has anyone done this and if so how did you go about this.
  2. Hi i am not able to install sccm client plese find the sccreen shot
  3. Hey, First post here, I have had a look through the forums and cant see the issue we're having. Basically we were using SCCM 2007 R2 happily using boot media to image our machines one at a time, after some time we decided to enable PXE booting and imaging of "All Unknown Computers". It seems that since enabling this we're having localisation issues, namely that the location of the machine is being set to United States, along with keyboard layout being set to en-US. I have checked all settings within our Task Sequence and these seem ok. I have also checked our Unattended.xml in Windows System Image Manager and ensured all the settings there are set to en-GB. Despite all of these settings being correct the keyboard layout still seems to be en-US on all computers we image/re-image. Any advice in this issue would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Colemanmaak
  4. Hello Everyone, I could do with a little help with the final stages of OSD with SCCM 2007 R2. I have managed to capture a windows 7 x86 lite image, and deploy this to different hardware types. My issues are the following:- My OSDComputerName.vbs does not prompt for the computer name. My task sequences fails on enabling administrator account with password. SMSTS.Log states:- The step (Apply Windows Settings) must be running in WinPE Failed to run the action: Apply Windows Settings. The request is not supported. (Error: 80070032; Source: Windows) The client does not join the domain after build (I have checked and the account being used has the correct rights and no OU is being specified, No error message.) I can no longer logon to the client using the local admin account that was created before the capture. If anyone can help me with any of the above, or point me in the right direction I would be most grateful, I’m about to pull out my hair….. Many Thanks,
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