Error in Migration Job with SCCM 2012

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During an SCCM Migration project, you may encounter this SCCM Migration Job error: “Object modified after Migration”. As per Microsoft Documentation, use an SCCM Migration Job for : Use migration jobs to configure the specific data that you want to migrate to your Configuration Manager current branch environment. Migration jobs identify the objects that you plan to migrate, and they run at the top-level site in your destination hierarchy. You can set up one or more migration jobs per source site. This lets you migrate all objects at one time or limited subsets of data with each job. You can … Read More

SCCM Content Conversion not showing Packages when reassigning DP

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Symptoms :SCCM Administrators tries to Upgrade/Reassign a distribution point in a migration project. The Content Conversion tab is displaying There are no items to show in this view. This blog post will show how to fix this SCCM Content Conversion error. If you complete the wizard, the DP gets upgraded/reassign but the content is not (obviously). This happens because the package assigned to this DP is not migrated to the SCCM 2012 hierarchy. Microsoft definition of the upgrade feature : Many customers have large Configuration Manager infrastructures and are reducing primary or secondary sites to simplify their environment. They still need … Read More

SCCM Version Numbers and Cumulative Update List

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SCCM Client Version Report

We compile a list of SCCM version numbers, build numbers and cumulative updates since the SCCM 2012 RTM release. Cumulative updates are cumulative, meaning that the latest one includes the previous one. (Ex: You don’t need to apply CU1 if you plan to install CU2) Once you apply a cumulative update, your SCCM version on the site server itself will not change. The site server will show the latest major SCCM release (RTM,SP1,R2). However, the new SCCM version numbers will show on your Consoles and Clients. We recommend that you upgrade all your SCCM client when you are applying the latest … Read More

SCCM 2012 Migration Account Permissions for 2007 Hierarchy

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Each time I’ve done an SCCM 2012 migration from 2007, someone asks “How do I give access to the migration account?”. Looking at some blogs and technet you can read that the account requires : Read & Execute Access to the SCCM 2007 Database Full Access to the SMS Provider Read access to all objects Fine but how do I do that ? I decided to do a step-by-step guide : In the CM07 console, navigate to Site Database > Security Rights > Users > Right Click Manage ConfigMgr Users and follow the wizard. In the user name tab, add a new user … Read More

How to Find SCCM Server Log Files

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Here’s a simple tip to know which SCCM server logs files to check if you want to dig an error returned by an SCCM Component. In SCCM, client and site server components record process information in individual log files. You can use the information in these log files to help you troubleshoot issues that might occur. By default, Configuration Manager enables logging for client and server components. In the SCCM Console, Navigate to : Monitoring/System Status/Component Status For this article we’ll assume that the SMS_Database_Notification _Monitor is giving an error (sorry my site is clean !) You can simply go on … Read More

SCCM Move Content Library to another drive

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Did you know you can move the ConfigMgr content library folder to another drive on your ConfigMgr Distribution Point? It’s quite simple. This post will describe how to SCCM Move Content Library. If you’re not aware of what’s exactly is the SCCM content library, here’s Microsoft definition : The content library is a single-instance store of content in Configuration Manager. The site uses it to reduce the overall size of the combined body of content that you distribute. The content library stores all content files for software deployments, for example: software updates, applications, and OS deployments. SCCM Move Content Library … Read More

Orchestrator 2012 R2 Installation Guide

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Here’s a guide to install a SCORCH instance on a single server. Use this setup for a lab, it’s not optimized for a production environment. Prerequisites Mminimum hardware configuration required for a full installation of Orchestrator: Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 Minimum 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM, 2 GB or more recommended 200 megabyte (MB) of available hard disk space Dual-core Intel microprocessor, 2.1 gigahertz (GHz) or better  SQL Specific SQL Server 2008 R2 or Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Orchestrator requires only the basic SQL Server features found in the Database Engine Service. Orchestrator … Read More

Manage SCCM Maintenance Windows with Powershell

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If you’re not aware, you can manage your SCCM maintenance Windows using PowerShell. Here’s a simple example but you can get creative. #Import SCCM Module Import-Module $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH.Replace(“bini386″,”binconfigurationmanager.psd1”) #Get SiteCode $SiteCode = Get-PSDrive -PSProvider CMSITE # Set Location to SCCM Set-Location “$($SiteCode.Name):” #Occurs Fourth day of every 3 months effective the time you create it at 3:00 AM $Schedule = New-CMSchedule -DurationCount 1 -DurationInterval Hours -RecurCount 3 -DayOfMonth 4 -Start ([Datetime]”3:00″) $Collection = Get-CMDeviceCollection -Name “Your Collection Name” New-CMMaintenanceWindow -CollectionID $Collection.CollectionID -Schedule $Schedule -Name “Your Schedule Name” More information and example on technet @ http://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn472934(v=sc.20).aspx You can also verify if your … Read More

sccm query imported computer

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This sccm query imported computer might be helpful to know which user imported a specific computer. You add a new computer directly to the SCCM database by calling the ImportMachineEntry Method in Class SMS_Site. This can be used to deploy operating systems to computers that have not yet been discovered automatically by SCCM. You can view this information in the Status Message Queries and search for MessageID #30213. But this query will target only the information you need. You can use this query to create a report or directly in SQL MS. This query won’t work to create a collection since it’s … Read More

The Microsoft Software License Terms have not been Completely Downloaded

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Problem – the Microsoft software license terms have not been completely downloaded SMS_WSUS_SYNC_MANAGER state is critical even if it worked in the previous months. Wsyncmgr.log shows the error on 2 updates : The Microsoft Software License Terms have not been completely downloaded and cannot be accepted Environment in use when this issue occurs SCCM 2012 R2 SQL 2012 Windows 2012 R2 Event viewer/Application Logs shows Access Denied errors on a different patch. Resolution of this issue The Wsuscontent directory was missing an NTFS permission. I added the “Network Service” account full control on the directory and sub-directory and launch a … Read More