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SCCM 2012 - Deployment of Packages/Applications Download Stays at 0%

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Hello Everyone!

I have a fresh install of SCCM 2012 (1602) and I am noticing that when I deploy packages/applications Software Center shows Downloading (0% Complete).

The application's deployment settings - Distribution Points tab is set to:

1. Select the deployment option to use when a client is connected within a fast (LAN) network boundary.

Deployment Options: Download content from distribution point and run locally

2. Select the deployment option to use when a client is within a slow or unreliable network boundary, or when the client uses a failback source location for content.

Deployment options: Don not run program.


Some testing I have performed:

When I update the deployment Distribution Points tab and update the 2nd Deployment Options to "Download content from distribution point and run locally", it will download very slow and will install the package/application.

The $1M dollar questions:

1. Why does SCCM think the defined boundary subnet of 192.168.129.0,  where the Windows 7 client is located is detecting it as a slow link LAN?

2. Are there SCCM logs on the SCCM Primary site or the Windows 7 client that will provide me insight to why this is occurring?

I am gratefully appreciative to any thoughts or suggestions!
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Benjamin Voglar earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Maybe you have the network in the Boundary Group which has configured a SLOW link?
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That was it!  I needed to create a Boundary Group and add the associated boundaries to be FAST.
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The $1M dollar questions  :)
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