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The Last Remnant

client isnt installing


hi folks

to be honest im trying the best to avoid this problem but with no luck :(


i worked based on anyweb topics in installing SCCM 2007 , i did all the configurations based on the 3 parts he explained in the section setup sccm 2007 , now im in a process of installing the sccm client on an xp computer using push installation but its not installing


i tried to check if there are any icons created in contol panel on the client side but nothing is there , ichecked if there is any folder to fetch the logs on the client side under C:\WINDOWS\system32\ccmsetup but there isnt any folder created !!!


i checked C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\Logs\ccm.log on the sccm server and this is what i found : ( attached )


how can i successfully push to all my clients the sccm agent as we have here over 2000 clients :) and ofcourse i cant do that manually


any help would be highly appreciated


thanks in advance


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[update: I solved my issue, added resolution into the other {instruction}thread.]


I tried this procedure but ran into some trouble.


The client is not upgraded. It still shows the old version - 6221.

ccmsetup.exe runs on the client machine. It runs for a long time....like 15 minutes and then disappears. I looked into all ...CCM\logs but could not find any reference. There is something in mtrmgr.log but nothing interesting.


What can I do to troubleshoot this?




no in the upgrade it doesnt do it for you, you have to do it manually after the event


here's how

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