Windows update is one of the more important features of SCCM. Keeping all servers and workstations in your environment up to date is most important.
I met the following error while SCCM 2012 was trying to update one of my servers.
You try to push Windows security updates to a remote machine, but Windows update fails.
Continue reading Windows update fails with Error 0x80072efd
In this post I am writing about a minor problem that occurs while installing a SCCM 2012 client, and how to solve it.
You install a SCCM client on a machine.
After the installation finishes, you notice that not all logs are populated in the clients’ machine C:\windows\CCM\Logs directory.
If you check ClientIDManagerStartup.log file, you notice the following error message:
RegTask: Failed to get certificate. Error: 0x80004005
Did you ever wonder how SCCM 2012 install a DP remotely from the CM console?
DISM.exe (Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool) is a command line tool that you can use to enable or disable Windows features.
In this case we use it to install all the necessary IIS features for a SCCM 2012 DP.
Command line to install IIS on DPs:
Continue reading How to install IIS features on SCCM 2012 Distribution Point with command line
In this post I want to show a solution for a SCCM 2012 sp1 client installation problem which I met over my daily routine work.
You try to Install a SCCM client on a remote XP-sp3 machine, and the installation fails. In ccmsetup.log you see the following:
Continue reading SCCM 2012 Client installation fails with error code 8004100E