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Could SCCM 2012 r2 and SCOM 2012 r2 be installed on the same server?
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Free Tool: Port Scanner

Check which ports are open to the outside world. Helps make sure that your firewall rules are working as intended.

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Thanks! We are looking for stories from within the EE community!
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Not sure if this really counts, because I wasn't the SysAdmin in this scenario; instead, I was the problematic user! But here goes: back when I was a student at CalPoly, we had access to the school's UNIX system for things like our email. I had taken the C and UNIX class, so I knew my way around the command line enough to do more than just use PINE to check my email. I also really liked the SETI @ Home project, so I got the UNIX version of the client and installed it on my account on the school's system and would just let it run.

I think maybe I had it going for a month and I have no idea what sort of resources it was taking up. I imagine it wasn't really all that bad, but eventually, a SysAdmin did shut it down and told me not to do that again...

I imagine college SysAdmins have to deal with a lot of shenanigans like that! :-D
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2012 SCCM PXE BOOT Error.

When I try to boot from the network it detects DHCP and will ended error with 0xc0000098.
attached error images on same.

Done with all below things.

1. Added operating system image and distributed, added operating system upgrade package and distributed.
2. Boot images properties selected deploy this boot image from the PXe .
3. In Distribution Point properties I have checked enabled pxe support for clients.
4. DHCP 66,67 option selected entered value.

Please help anyone on this.
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by:farid jan
if it didn't help. probably your boot files are not correct boot image.
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I love the color of the computer <3
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Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM, formerly known as Systems Management Server) is Microsoft’s system software for managing large groups of not only Microsoft computers, but those running other operating systems, such as Linux, OS-X, and various mobile technologies.