Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
I bumped into the error below. The error says the TPM is missing, but the TPM is enable on that machine, it is double confirmed.
To resolve the issue, I restart the machine, boot into startup repair, press F8 during the machine starting up.
Click on the Command Prompt, and enter the following command, “bootrec /fixbmr”.
Exit the command prompt and reboot the system.
I hope this helps you too.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Putty allows you to perform remote terminal.
PSCP allows you to copy files to the UNIX and Linux machines
To create new directory in UNIX Linux named sccmclient, mkdir /sccmclient
To copy files to UNIX Linux machine, launch command prompt and change directory to the SCCM client source folder. Then Enter path_to_pscp\pscp.exe * email@example.com:/sccmclient The IP is the UNIX Linux IP
Before install the SCCM client, enter chmod +x install
SCCM client installation command ./install –mp sccm.domain.com –sitecode abc ccm-Universalx64.tar
Add –ignoreSHA256validation switch for:
- RHEL Version 4 (x86/x64)
- Solaris Version 9 (SPARC) and Solaris Version 10 (SPARC/x86)
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Version 9 (x86)
- HP-UX Version 11iv2 (PA-RISH/IA64)
To stop the ccmexecd, /etc/init.d/ccmexecd stop
To start the ccmexecd, /etc/init.d/ccmexecd start
To perform machine policy refresh, /opt/microsoft/configmgr/bin/ccmexec –rs policy
To perform inventory scan, /opt/microsoft/configmgr/bin/ccmexec –rs hinv
To install rpm package, rpm –i rpmpackage.rpm
To check the existence of rpm packages, rpm -qa | grep rpmpackage
To uninstall SCCM client, /opt/microsoft/configmgr/bin/uninstall
Monday, May 18, 2015
In fact, it detects you have subscribed to Intune services and it will direct you to the Microsoft Intune administrator console. I’ll have to setup a new E3 trial again. Ouch… :)
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Working on a custom limited Reporting User roles with new custom security scope?
Viewing report from Web is working fine but Reports node in Configuration Manager Console showing No items found?
Working on a new custom reporting user role and assign with All/Default security scope to the user/user group would not give you any problem to view the report in Configuration Manager Console. However, if you are also creating a new security scope and limited the user/user group to the new security scope, you would most probably hit the problem of No items found.
Not to forget, most of us could forget this. When we creating a custom reporting user role, we copy the Read-only Analyst and removing all settings except Run Report. Please remember that it still require minimum Read permission on Site else you will hit the problem of No items found.
Bye bye No items found!!!!!
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
I bumped into this error today with the Active Directory Forest Publishing to untrusted forest using a specific account instead of the computer account of the site server. HRESULT=0x8007052E simply means that incorrect username or password.
Resolution: Reconfigure the user account and password and verify the LDAP. For example, LDAP://datacenter.domain.com/CN=System Management,CN=System,DC=datacenter,DC=domain,DC=com
Tips: Type the complex password in a notepad and then copy and paste it to the password input :)