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    Starmantle commented  · 

    This also eliminates issues with file types that IIS does not trust..

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    If I had more votes.. you would get them all..
    I am currently doing this myself for those large packages..
    I use a powershell script with a single zip file.. the script will extract it.. then perform the installation..

    OLD Example for Adobe CS6..
    Expand-Archive -Path .\CS6.zip -DestinationPath . -Force
    msiexec /i CS6GFX.msi /qn /l* cs6gfx.mis.txt

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    17 comments  ·  Ideas » Operating System Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Noted  ·  sangeev responded

    Hi. I’m setting the status back to Noted – this was mixed up with the item “Add support for TFTP Window Size” – that has been Started and is available in the 1603 tech preview build.

    Thanks,
    BobMN on behalf of SangeeV for SCCM OS Deployment

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    4 comments  ·  Ideas » Operating System Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Starmantle commented  · 

    Use AutoIt to create a simple prompt .. and check for password XYZ... Return exit code 0 only on success.. then you just need to put this EXE into your TS.. put everything after it into a folder.. with a conditional "if last step was exit 0' (I don't remember the exact syntax). Its not perfect.. but it should work.. I do something similar with the pre-execution hook on pxe boot.

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    13 comments  ·  Ideas » Setup and Server Infrastructure  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    gMSA is actually the perfect solution.. Install a gMSA on the main sccm server.. use group policy to include that account into the local administrator group of every machine. ... And restrict the gMSA to 1 way authentication.. so it can only be used from the main server.. That "should" actually work right now. You might have to set the account in sccm using powershell rather than the gui... I will be trying this soon.

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    Noted  ·  28 comments  ·  Ideas » Operating System Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Starmantle commented  · 

    Here is how I implemented drivers injection... (the only drivers in the SCCM console.. are those required for WinPE)

    - Manually Install Drivers on each and every make/model combo.. then copy the drivers off each of those machines up into a network share...
    - In TS... I Collect the Make/Model.. and standardize them.. removing spaces.. (replacing every Dell or Dell, Inc, etc.. with DELL)
    - In TS.. I map that network share.. and run a "Dism /image:%OSDisk%\ /Add-Driver /driver:Z:\Drivers\10\%SMake%\%SModel% /recurse /ForceUnsigned" command to install the drivers apropriate to that particular machine.

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