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comment Removing SCCM Offline Servicing schedules without a next run time
@P.Turpie I don't think you can run re-occurring Offline Image Servicing. It is a one time shot - either "now" or at a custom scheduled time.
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accepted SCCM Global Condition WQL Query Type Mismatch (wbemErrTypeMismatch - 0x80041005)
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answered Removing SCCM Offline Servicing schedules without a next run time
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answered Silent uninstall of Lenovo ThinkVantage System Update
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accepted Splunk UniversalForwarder fails with “ DetermineContextForAllProducts failed witht: 0x65b”
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comment Where should SCCM be installed in a small system?
@Alan - If the wizard selected it then keep it.
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answered SCCM 2012 R2 Software Updates are delayed
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comment Where should SCCM be installed in a small system?
@Alan Glad I could help. I don't mean to dissuade you but SCCM can be a bit of a beast. Maybe BigHomie would be willing to do some consulting for you.
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answered Where should SCCM be installed in a small system?
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comment Where should SCCM be installed in a small system?
This is really late but I hope you didn't do this... please tell me you didn't.
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answered Using Virtual Machines to Test Driver Deployment
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revised How to lock out normal (non-admin) users during software installs?
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comment How to lock out normal (non-admin) users during software installs?
@WesSayeed In theory you should be able to create Local Group Policy Templates with SecPol.msc, save them as a templates and the apply / un-apply with secedit.exe via a script. I'm not talking about using Active Directory Group Policy since the randomized polling time won't work for your tight maintenance window.