SCCM 2012 Client Install Fails on Windows 10 Build 10061 OS Deployment
Ran into a problem deploying build 10061 using SCCM 2012 R2. It would get as far as the standard “Setup Windows and ConfigMgr” action, reboot into the full OS and fail to continue the OSD task sequence. My test machine would join the domain and I could log in, but it was as if it just got bored and gave up on running the rest of the task sequence.
I would open up Control Panel and there would not be a Configuration Manager applet. The client folder (C:\Windows\CCM) didn’t exist either.
Did some searching and ran across this posting by Jörgen Nilsson. This was my exact problem.
The workaround is to skip the Windows Update Agent installation. So in my task sequence I added an ” /skipprereq:windowsupdateagent30-x64.exe” to the Installation Properties:
And now I’m off and running.
Posted on April 28, 2015, in Configuration Manager, Handy to Have, SCCM, Windows 10 and tagged Configuration Manager 2012, Handy to Have, SCCM, System Center Configuration Manager, Windows 10. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.