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Unable to deploy client to Win7 desktops RRS feed

  • Question

  • OK,
    I really would like some help here. We recently installed SCCM 2012 on a Windows 2008 R2 Standard server. (It was a pain in the arse to install mind but after following the installation guides on this forum we started to get success).
    The client has successfully installed on most of the other servers within the same subnet (also Server 2008) and some of the other servers on a different IP range\subnet (also server 2008).

    The client appears within Windows Updates - just like Step 5 of the configuration guides within this forum.

    Our desktops are located on a different IP/subnet again and are all running Windows 7. We do have one server on this client network (Vista) and the client even pushed to this server but the clients absolutely will not install on any windows7 machines. I have verified BITS is running on the client.
    I have included a screen shot of the problems which is typical from any of the windows 7 machines:

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    Can anybody shed any light or provide any help with what I need to do on the client machines in order to get the client to push?
    If you need any extra information - please ask and I will provide as much info as possible.

    Thanks!

    You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey

    Wednesday, July 25, 2012 11:49 AM

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  • OK,
    I really would like some help here. We recently installed SCCM 2012 on a Windows 2008 R2 Standard server. (It was a pain in the arse to install mind but after following the installation guides on this forum we started to get success).
    The client has successfully installed on most of the other servers within the same subnet (also Server 2008) and some of the other servers on a different IP range\subnet (also server 2008).

    The client appears within Windows Updates - just like Step 5 of the configuration guides within this forum.

    Our desktops are located on a different IP/subnet again and are all running Windows 7. We do have one server on this client network (Vista) and the client even pushed to this server but the clients absolutely will not install on any windows7 machines. I have verified BITS is running on the client.
    I have included a screen shot of the problems which is typical from any of the windows 7 machines:

    Posted Image

    Can anybody shed any light or provide any help with what I need to do on the client machines in order to get the client to push?
    If you need any extra information - please ask and I will provide as much info as possible.

    Thanks!

    You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey

    Are you using client push install from the console?
    Wednesday, July 25, 2012 1:44 PM
  • Yes I am.

    It worked for all of my servers and even a Vista machine. No Windows7 machine wants to play. Soooo frustrating


    You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey

    Wednesday, July 25, 2012 2:55 PM
  • And just incase it doesn't look clear on my screen shot the error messages in read read:

    Failed to download files through BITS. Error 0x80200013. Description: The server does not support the necessary HTTP protocol. Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) requires that the server support the Range protocol header


    You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey

    Wednesday, July 25, 2012 2:58 PM
  • Have you seen http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922330

    My Microsoft Core Infrastructure & Systems Management blog - blog.danovich.com.au

    Monday, July 30, 2012 1:31 AM
  • Danovich - yes I have.

    I am behind a firewall (TMG) but I ruled this out as it has deployed to pretty much everything else, apart from my Win7 Desktops.


    You can't dangle the bogus carrot of possible reconciliation in front of me whilst riding some other donkey

    Monday, July 30, 2012 2:04 PM