Today a customer ran into a problem with SCCM 2012 R2. Clients didn’t get online and packages didn’t get distributed. After some investigationn I found the following problem internal Server error. As you probably know SCCM 2012 clients use HTTP or HTTPS (internet, PKI) to communicate with the SCCM server.
While configuring a SCCM 2012 R2 server I noticed some Critical errors in the Site Status. After some investigating I found the problem how to fix this. You must add the SCCM service account and the computer account(s) to the local administrator group of the site server. Go to the
It’s easy to deploy the Microsoft Office Servicepack 2 with SCCM. Download Servicepack 2 (full install) and use the following switches : /quiet /passive /norestart
Sometimes you want to immediately deploy (install) a package and you don’t want to wait for the SCCM agent to start the task. They are multiple ways to do this, one of them is to use the tools described in my previous posts. The other way is to go the
Yesterday a customer asked me how to manually install the SCCM 2012 client. This is how you do that. Create a network connection to your SCMM Management Point server. For example net use q: \\SCCMSERVER\SMS_SITEIDNR. Go to the client directory and execute the following command : Replace sccm-mp with
In the past I used the SCCM Client Actions Tools (link) but there is now a new successor called PoshCAT by Kaido Jarvemets. I found this tool so useful I decided to write a blogpost about it. First : you can download the tool here. After starting the Powershell script