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SCCM 2012  - deploying apps to a trusted domain - Software Center Installation Status stuck on Downloading 0%

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Hi,

I used SCCM 2012 to build a machines and add them to another (trusted) domain. Imaging works fine, joins the domain fine, installs drivers fine, fails on installing apps with errors 11902, 11903, 11135, 11138

I tried deploying the apps after the machine was built - it sees the apps in Software Center and tries to install them, but never gets past "downloading 0%".

I guess it is an access problem of some sort. Can anyone help?

Thanks!
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by:VirastaR
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Hi,

Check this

How to Create an Application in Configuration Manager 2012
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/scstr/archive/2012/05/31/how_2d00_to_2d00_create_2d00_an_2d00_application_2d00_in_2d00_configuration_2d00_manager_2d00_2012.aspx


Deploying SCCM 2013 Part11 - Deploying Applications Using SCCM 2012 (Step by Step with Screenshot - 7zip install)
http://prajwaldesai.com/deploying-sccm-2012-part-11-deploying-applications-using-sccm-2012/

Hope that helps :)
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by:rookie_b
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Well, this is what I have been doing, however, when I try to deploy them to a different domain, I get the errors above. There is TRUST between the domain, but I  guess there is some restriction somewhere, that is preventing the Config Manager Client from downloading the app content, which then returns the above error codes.

Thanks!
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merowinger earned 2000 total points
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SCCM Boundaries ok?
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THank you!
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