Thursday, July 26, 2012 8:26 AM
We are trying to build new MDT 2012 Lite touch environment to replace our MDT 2010 installation. But we have an annoying issue.
When roll-out of Win 7 enterprise SP1 x64 (only OS) is finish everything is fine, we can connetct to \\DKxx\xxx\xxx no problems, then we do a restart and then issue start. Now we cant connect to the UNC \\DK\xxx\xxx the machine can connect to internet without any trouble. The issue is both on virtual and physical machines.
All drivers are correct (Box drivers from DELL, working om MDT 2010 installation), settings are standard, server are 2008 R2 Enterprise SP1 (Virtual)
OS: Win 7 X64 Enterprise. No Bitlocker or any thing, just plain standard to test for failures.
MDT 2012 ver. 6.0
Any ideas? Hope you can help or guide me the correct way to fix this...
Friday, September 07, 2012 4:38 PM
Sounds like it may be a problem I experienced. By default, MDT 2012 has a task sequence that applies a default GPO and is enabled. This GPO has something that disables or changes something with connections to SMB shares. I disabled this task and also removed the default GPO's located in <Distribution Share>\Templates\GPOPacks because it seemed it didn't respect the fact that I disabled the task. Give that a try...
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012 9:11 AM
Hi Hans Lima.
I'll give that a try next time. I'll do a complete re-install of MDT 2012 next week.
I found another way around the issue also.
This one can fix it also:
The setting here at our place was 1 at it works with the setting zero
Final word, The GPOAccelerator tool has been retired, and replaced by functionality in the Security Compliance Manager v1.0. Local Policy Tool (LPT) during this summer, but so far i have not used or tested it yet.
However, The GPOAccelerator tool was included on the Security Compliance Management Toolkit published at February 2010, witch included the first and imho still current official Windows 7 security guide.
Test platform: Qnap TS-419P, firmware 3.3.2 Build0819
Thursday, September 27, 2012 11:35 AM
Yes. its works for me here also.
Thanx for helping me out on this one.