Part 4

0x8107058a: “Missing list template”  list definition or one of it’s dependencies is missing/misconfigured 0x81020030: “The file name you specified could not be used.  It may be the name of an existing file or directory, or you may not have permission to access the file.” And what is causing these errors? Drum roll please! One of…

Configuration Manager 2007 SP2, R2 and R3 supports Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

Read the original post here over on The Configuration Manager Team Blog. ============================================================ System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2, R2 and R3 now supports the Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 operating systems for client installation.  The Configuration Manager console and branch distribution point are supported on these platforms. Windows Server 2008…

MMS 2011–Wrap Up

I’m back from MMS 2011 and back to the grind. My session with Michael Niehaus (BE31) on MDT 2010 Integration with ConfigMgr went well and we received great feedback.  It was also fun to participate in the Deployment Gameshow when Michael needed a partner in crime on stage.  There was a lot of great content…

Errors : Part 3

So, the original nativehr errors (<nativehr>0×80070057</nativehr><nativestack>) I’ve posted about over the last few weeks were very general errors regarding the entire feature being activated.  Thus, the culprit could literally be anything that was part of the feature being activated at that time.  So the steps to deduce included: Activating the features manually from the web…

Designing SharePoint WSPs from Visual Studio: Trick 2 (Keep your ContentType elements.xml comments at the bottom)

I had an interesting experience while commenting out certain columns from being included when deploying my content type elements.xml files.  For instance, if I commented out one particular FieldRef like so:       <FieldRef        ID="00000009-dae4-4c99-98b0-d5c300dffb99"        Name="PolicyProcedureID"        Description="Policy/Procedure ID"        DisplayName="Policy Procedure ID"        ReadOnly="FALSE"        ShowInNewForm="TRUE"        ShowInEditForm="TRUE"          />         <!–…