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SCM 4.0 - Adding settings from "Windows 10 version 1511" - 0 settings Available

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  • Hi,

    So similar issue to the Associate bug that can be "fixed" with a work around from:

    https://secpfe.com/wordpress/en/2016/08/01/scm-issue-workaround-0-unique-settings-from-the-gpos-xxx-unique-settings-apply-to-this-product/

    NOTE: this didn't fix my issue.

    I'm having an issue simply adding a setting from a baseline... It seems there  is a problem with the way the baselines are being imported into the tool and database.... When i try to add a setting from "Windows 10 version 1511" it tells me that 0 settings Available... Yet if i choose, win7 or win8,  it works fine.. Same issue with "Exchange server 2007 sp3" and "exchange server 2010 sp2"

    I've been digging around in the database to see if i can work out a way to hack around the issue but have not had any success...

    It seems that the Table "dbo.PrePopulatedProductAndCceIDForSetting" does not have the proper ProductID for what is being queried with stored procedure "dbo.GetSettings". Also I searched "dbo.Setting" for a Windows 10 only GPO, then recorded that SettingID. I tired finding that particular SettingID withink "dbo.PrePopulatedProductAndCceIDForSetting" and it does not exist..

    At this point i have no idea on how to proceed....

    Any suggestions?

    Thursday, August 11, 2016 7:28 PM

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  • Unfortunatelly when I edit a 2012 R2 baseline I still get the ‘0 setting available’ message. Based on what I read in https://secpfe.com/wordpress/en/2016/08/01/scm-issue-workaround-0-unique-settings-from-the-gpos-xxx-unique-settings-apply-to-this-product/ id did some further investigation.

    When selecting the ‘Settings -> Add’ button the following is executed:
    exec dbo.GetSettings @ProductId=’FFB630E8-B52D-40AA-B61E-9A5783599AFD’

    This should return all settings for Windows 2012 R2 but it returns 0 rows.
    When I look into the dbo.GetSettings stored procedure I can see that the following statement is executed
    (SELECT SettingId FROM PrePopulatedProductAndCceIDForSetting WHERE ProductID = @ProductId)

    With the product code for Windows 2012 R2 this returns 0 rows. It seems that the PrePopulatedProductAndCceIDForSetting table contains nothing for Windows 2012 R2.I guess we'll need to wait until Microsoft fixes this

    Best regards,
    Coen

    Monday, August 15, 2016 7:06 AM
  • Did you ever find a solution? I have the same problem with Windows 10 v1607 using SCM 4.0. Thanks!
    Thursday, March 02, 2017 1:28 PM
  • Microsoft stopped doing this some time ago. It's unfortunate; it's like someone over there assumes that we only want their version of security, which is pretty asinine.

    TechNet: "Unexpected error Unexpected error Unexpected error Unexpected error"

    Tuesday, July 18, 2017 6:36 PM
  • same here :(

    saravanan rajappa

    Tuesday, January 16, 2018 7:16 AM