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    SCCM 2012 and FEP 2012

    I've now got my SCCM server installed and, well, doing nothing.

    I can deploy the SCCM client manually, and I've set up a device collection and related policy for deploying FEP to clients.

    However, if I then select this policy and click Deploy, nothing happens. SCEP doesn't end up on the client.

    What have I missed?

    Basically, I have a default SCCM install, and then have followed the guide here - http://msandbu.wordpress.com/2012/05...-in-sccm-2012/

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    Have in install the Endpoint Protection roles and enabled it in the clinet policy?

    PS: It isnt called FEP anymore but Endpoint Protection so you might be looking for the wrong thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Have in install the Endpoint Protection roles and enabled it in the clinet policy?

    PS: It isnt called FEP anymore but Endpoint Protection so you might be looking for the wrong thing.
    Yup. Done that.

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    You have got the SCCM client deployed to the machines haven't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    You have got the SCCM client deployed to the machines haven't you?
    How? The client is supposed to be deployed by SCCM... It gets added to the Client folder in the SCCM share on the server (ie. there is now a scepinstall.exe and ep_defaultpolicy.xml file). These are both supposed to be deployed according to the Client Settings.

    Another set of instructions saying basically the same thing - http://www.petervanderwoude.nl/post/...on-manager-rc/

    EDIT: Misread... Yes, I have deployed the client to the test machine.
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    I am talking about the SCCM client, each machine needs it on so it can pull the SCCM bits down. It needs to be on before any software can be deployed to the machine. We scripted ours manually on our login scripts.

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    I installed it via SCCM (ie. right clicked on a machine and clicked install client). So the SCCM client is installed, yes.

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    Have you done a policy reresh on the clinet? Did you assign the client policy to a collection and is the test client in that collection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Have you done a policy reresh on the clinet? Did you assign the client policy to a collection and is the test client in that collection?
    Yes to all 3.

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    Have you checked the SCCM logs on the client?

    This will tell you what policies are being applied.

    Do you have any client settings relating to BITS policies (in sccm) that are slowing downloading of the additional files?

    Again, logs and the temp area can help here.
    Last edited by Theblacksheep; 23rd July 2012 at 02:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theblacksheep View Post
    Have you checked the SCCM logs on the client?

    This will tell you what policies are being applied.

    Do you have any client settings relating to BITS policies (in sccm) that are slowing downloading of the additional files?

    Again, logs and the temp area can help here.
    The SCCM logs make about as much sense to me as Swahili...

    I've not set up any BITS policies at all.

    Attached are the logs on the client I'm testing with.
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    Have you got the ccmsetup.log for the PC in question?

    Does it appear in the SCCM console listed as SCCM installed? and has Software Center in Start Menu? Is it in a enabled boundary? (and in turn group) Finally has it rebooted since install?

    There's some SCCM log info here: Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager

    Its worthwhile getting CMtrace if you've not already to help make sense of SCCM log, I say make sense, I mean 1% less confusing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theblacksheep View Post
    Have you got the ccmsetup.log for the PC in question?
    Attached

    Does it appear in the SCCM console listed as SCCM installed? and has Software Center in Start Menu? Is it in a enabled boundary? Finally has it rebooted since install?
    Yup, yup, yup, and yup.

    There's some SCCM log info here: Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager

    Its worthwhile getting CMtrace if you've not already to help make sense of SCCM log, I say make sense, I mean 1% less confusing.
    I will take a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
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    Yup, yup, yup, and yup.



    I will take a look.
    The old version of smstrace also works with their log files too. Couldnt see anything relating to scep.exe in your ccmsetup log.

    Might be worth grabbing the version off the server and doing a manual install then compare the log files, I could have sworn it dives straight into scep setup afterwards. Will take a look at one of our logs tomo.
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    Not in work to check my server today but I did this literally last week and didn't have a problem, so it is doable. Check your firewall connections, perhaps. Are you working with HTTP or HTTPS?

    Also relevant: Technical Reference for Log Files in Configuration Manager (click on Endpoint Protection to expand the list and see the relevant logs; use CMTrace.exe in (iirc) the Tools folder of the install media top open the logs, it makes them readable. Look for red highlights and Google error codes, usually brings something up)

    If you've not sorted it by tomorrow I'll see if I can have a nosy around my set up and dredge up some useful hints, but the power is off onsite today so I can't even remote in to check for you. Plus, y'know, sunshine. Need to take advantage of that while I can*.

    *disclaimer: I'm more likely to start Borderlands up. Bit warm outside.

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