System Center Configuration Manager – Powershell Query .MIF .SID and .SIC files in inboxes

The Issue Is there a script that can 'read' through the Configuration Manager inboxes ( \Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\auth\sinv.box\BADSinv) and can output/return a list of computer names which failed their software inventory? There was a similar query that does this for Hardware Inventory by Querying *.MIF files $ConfigMgrBoxPath = "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\inboxes\auth\dataldr.box\BADMIFS" Get-ChildItem -Path $ConfigMgrBoxPath … Continue reading System Center Configuration Manager – Powershell Query .MIF .SID and .SIC files in inboxes

System Center Configuration Manager – PXE Error – “Windows Failed to start Status: 0xc0000001”

The Issue When using System Center Configuration Manager to image machine the download of the boot image freezes and stops. The error message "Windows Failed to start" Status: 0xc0000001. The Investigation If you are familiar with Configuration Manager Operating System Deployment and PXE process then below concepts will be easy to grasp. Event Viewer : … Continue reading System Center Configuration Manager – PXE Error – “Windows Failed to start Status: 0xc0000001”

System Center Configuration Manager – Upgrade to 1902 Error – “SQL Server Configuration for site upgrade”

The issue: After trying to upgrade a client Configuration Manager Environment from 1810 to 1902 the upgrade failed with the error “SQL Server Configuration for site upgrade”. The first thing that crosses your mind is the SQL version is wrong or the memory is not configured correctly. But in my case SQL was SQL Server … Continue reading System Center Configuration Manager – Upgrade to 1902 Error – “SQL Server Configuration for site upgrade”

System Center Configuration Manager – Keep User Domain Profile after reloading

The issue: A Task sequence was used to reload a machine from Windows 7/10 to Windows 10 that has User Data on the D: Drive and Operating system on the C: Drive. After the machine was added to the domain the user data was put back to the D: drive but upon first login a … Continue reading System Center Configuration Manager – Keep User Domain Profile after reloading