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  1. Hi all, Thanks in advance for any help. I have deployed some software that is packaged as an application. It deploys, downloads, installs and works exactly how I expect it to. However, the software will only install during its maintenance window and not as of when you click "install" in software center, it just stays at downloading 0% and wont move on from this until it reaches its maintenance window. To rectify this, I am trying to tick a tickbox in the deployment settings for a collection called "Software Installation" located under the tab "user experience". However, when I try and do this, the tickbox is greyed out. If I change the deployment purpose to "Required" rather than "Available", I can then tick this tickbox. However, I do not want its purpose to be required, I want it to be available. But if I change the deployment purpose to available, the tickbox goes back to being greyed out. Is there something I'm not doing correctly that makes this tickbox greyed out when "Available" is selected rather than "Required"? Thanks again in advance
  2. I am trying to deploy Axis Camera Station 3.50 to a device collection. The installation is an exe so I have created a script deployment type. The command to install silently is "AXISCameraStation.exe" /VERYSILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES /NORESTART /EULA=ACCEPT /TYPE=CLIENT. When I run this command locally (connecting to my nas) it installs just fine. On SCCM it gets stuck at installing. I've tried all kinds of setting combinations to get this to work and "Installing" is as far as I have gotten. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I am trying to install SCCM 2012. I kick off the splash.hta and run Install. I answer all of the question and then I get to the SQL dialog. Our SQL server is on a different box and it is running the following. SQL Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit) When I’m on the “database information” dialog I have tried to enter both the SQL server name and the IP address, and I get two totally different errros. If I enter the computer name of the SQL server I get this error: Configuration manager sites require a support SQL server version with required hotfixes for site database operations to succeed. But if I enter the IP address I get this error: Setup is unable to connect to SQL server with the connection information provided. 1) Why the different errors? 2) What hotfixes do I need to make this work? Thanks.
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