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comment SCCM OSD Issues
@Fazer87 Try not specifying the file. If your .ISS file has the same filename as the setup file (ignoring the extension) and is saved in the same folder, then you shouldn't need to specify the file or path at all, you just put the "-s" switch on the command line with no file or path (as in my answer above) and it should default to the same folder as the installer.
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comment SCCM OSD Issues
@Fazer87 but as I said, is there a reason that you're doing the copy yourself rather than just letting SCCM deal with moving the files around as part of the Package or Application source?
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comment Do SCCM 2012 R2 Maintenance Windows Inherit?
I can't 100% say (as there's no overlap between where we have maintenance windows and where we have optional deployments) but I would be pretty sure that only required deployments would be automatically installed during a maintenance windows. After all it's a bit irrelevant to optional deployments as a human on the machine effectively clicks a button to say "I want this on here now", so they're making the decision about when is OK for maintenance.
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