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  1. I am attempting to image a VM by PXE through VSphere. I can successfully PXE boot, but during the "loading files: boot.sdi" it is extremely slow. Then when it attempts to load the WIM, it just sits there. Any thoughts?
  2. Everyone, I have an SCCM Server that is currently running in VMware, but we're moving all our environment over to Hyper-V. We have moved everything over by using the Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter Tool, and so far have had 0 issues. It scares me to mess with my SCCM server, but we're going to have to get it over to Hyper-V one way or another. My question to you all, do we convert and move or back-up and rebuild? My environment is very basic. Single site, and one server (the one being moved) that houses all roles (site server/database/reporting/management point/etc). This is a school district, and we have 4 remote campuses throughout our town, and we have distribution points setup. That's the extent of our SCCM Infrastructure. I have a feeling the best route would be to back-up and rebuild the server from scratch. If that's the case, can someone point me in the right direction for best practices for that process? I'm open to any suggestion(s) for this. I appreciate any and all input, thank you!
  3. Hi all, I have my own lab in running on my Macbook Pro (mid 2015). I'm using vmware Fusion 8 pro and almost everything works fine. When I try to run a task sequence to build and capture it fails when the step is "capture" because the network driver is not loaded. Actually I added two network drivers to my boot image: from vmware and intel 82574L (which is the one that is not loading). Nevertheless, the computer restart and start loading the boot image to capture the windows, but fails immediately and I'm out of options. Does any one had this issue before? The driver is not digitally signed but was correctly injected to the boot image. note: the driver is correctly loaded when I'm booting from the network (pxe) and I can't copy the log because I don't have any driver loaded... no network nor copy paste basic functions... Any help will be much appreciated!!! Thanks in advanced!
  4. Hi, We have had serious issues with deploying app-v applications to our VDI machines. Most of these have been solved by updating to the recent SP2 for SCCM (R2 SP1) and App-V 5 SP3, and some other minor tweaks. However it still takes to much time for all applications to be available. Our environment consists of: SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 Horizon View 5.3 Windows 7 x64 VDI clients App-V 5.0 SP3 When a user logs on to a vdi, it takes about 1-1,5 minute after the desktop is available before SCCM starts deploying user/group assigned applications. This is about a minute too long, but usable. However, usually only 1 or 2 applications are listed in Software Center and get installed. To get the rest of the applications, the user either has to wait between 10 to 60 minutes before SCCM continues with the other applications, or the user has to trigger the application deployment action via the configmgr control panel resulting in installation of the remaining apps within minutes. I have been looking at the log files but I just cannot see why it waits so long. Using policyspy from the configmgr toolkit, I can see that all the advertisements are listed under the requested tab. So the client should know there are more apps available. What I do see, is that SCCM does not see the VDI clients as a floating nonpersistent VDI: Machine Changes Persisted = Yes. Not sure if that has any influence on deployement speed. Any ideas? Where to look, what to set? Thx, Michel PS. One of the highlights of SP2 was faster app-v application deployment, but I have no idea how to get that working...
  5. Hi My first post, and I have to say, I should visit the site more often for many reasons! Anyweb - Its been a while, you may remember me from Clan -DwD-, WasTed here! and prior to that HTAS! Anyway nice site plenty of good stuff going on here. My issue is this, I have a number of users connecting to virtual PC's from site G, this is over a BT Etherlink! The response time from this site is 180ms, but for the most part RDP to the machines is fine and usable. Connecting to site D for the Virtual PC's that connect to a SQL database at Site F, either Via a Web application Server hosted from Site F, or from the the Virtual PC site D. The two methods of connectivity to the application are different and the Fat client on the VM is the preferred method. The issue is that that a process that the process takes 3 minutes when connecting from site W, but up to 12 minutes when performing the same task from site G. Site G has a latency of 24ms to site D. Does the number of transactions multiplied by the latency have an impact on SQL transactions over RDP? My assumption was that only IO was communicated to and from the remote site to the VM. Any assistance would be appreciated. The VM's don't have local mapped drives, links or printers. I have taken Wireshark, can't make head nor tale of it! Regards Ted, AKA -DwD-WasTed, AKA Lee Barnes
  6. I am in the early stages of an enterprise wide SCCM 2007 roll out. I can't use ConfigMgr 2012 as we do not have Server 2008 in our Production environment at this stage and it's not likely to happen in the medium term. I have multiple AD domains spread all over the county, a lot with sporadic and limited external connectivity owing to how they are deployed. It looks like I'll be having to create around 50 SCCM 2007 servers in the short term with perhaps another 40 to follow. Noting the geographical dispersion of the AD domains and their at times limited/poor accessability I want to have VMware templates with as much pre-configuring and pre-installation as possible to reduce costs both time and money wise. The kicker is can I have a template with IIS installed, SQL Server 2005 installed and SCCM 2007 installed and configured and clone/deploy that multiple times which would allow me to make minor post installation changes? Or, as I suspect, do all of this software need to be installed once my template has been deployed and joined to the domain? Or can I have a template with IIS and SQL 2005 installed but have to wait until it's in production before installing SCCM or any possible combo that will save time? We have a fully virtualised environment, running on ESX 3.5 Update 4 or ESXi 4 mostly. VMs are all Windows Server 2003 SP2. SQL would be SQL Server 2005 SP3. Thanks in advance. Mick
  7. I was wondering if anyone else is using a VMware environment for SCCM 2012. I have setup my Primary site server but I was wondering about my DP's should they be VM's as well or should they be physical? Thanks, Jason
  8. Hello all i have setup SCCM 2007 r3 in my Lab enviroment. I can get the software Deployment Working. I have Enabled Software Distrobution point, made the package and created the advertisement .. I have also made a small video of my Setup for show you where the problem is... My windows 7 client just sits there does nothing. Which logs can I check.to help me fin the problem... VIDEO http://youtu.be/WCpYlKntSvI
  9. Guys will try to be as concise as possible. For the last three days I have been trying to get the server install guide to work be each and every time I can't even get past the DC\DNS setup as all I get are errors. I have print screens of the errors that will follow below. If anyone has seen this please help me as I need to get SCCM 2007 running to get familar for my job and at the moment I can't even get Server 2008 R2 to work other than run as an OS that has IE abilities! Thanks, Randy
  10. I’m definitely a NOOB, so please bear with me. I've inherited a SCCM 2007 R2 server which had two previous administrators and has already been through an upgrade from SMS to SCCM 2007. It is currently on a 1003 R2 server and is quite cluttered. I’m looking for an easy (yeah, I know this won’t be easy) way to build a new 2007R2 SCCM server onto a 2008R2 platform (preferably in VM). We currently are an agency acting as a child node from the Main Office of Administration. We also have a mix of Windows XP and Windows 7 machines (going through the migration process on those as well). We are relatively small (less than 600 clients) so I don't believe it will create any strain on a VM machine. What I'm looking for is considerations in the following - VMware vs. Physical (Is there any reason I should NOT migrate into a VM environment) - The biggie, considerations on building a completely new machine but with the same site code (and collections). I can't really find any guides that make it easy (aka ... For dummies). Any guidance would be GREATLY appreciated
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