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SCCM Web Advertisement error Can not find script C:\Windows\SMSsend.vbs

Posted on 2011-03-04
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So I have created some Software Distribution packages and made them available via a Web Advertisment through our SCCM remote tools site.

When I select a machine and say "Push Software" everything looks good and I get a message "<applicationname> will be advertised to D-MOBLEY-7. I hit okay and then I get the message:

Can not find script file "C:\Windows\SMSsend.vbs"  Not sure what this is?

I know that when i 1st created it worked because I tested on a test machine. Not sure what has happened.
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SMSsend.vbs is not part of the core SCCM installation files.

This is probably an add-on tool you've installed in the console that enables you to push advertisement directly to a client from within the Collections container.

Try reinstalling the add-on tool or using the normal advertisement process from within SCCM.
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