Download Ccmsetup Exe 2012

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2017-04-20 2012 R2, Current Branch, SCCM2

Ccmsetup.exe file information Ccmsetup.exe process in Windows Task Manager. The process known as ccmsetup belongs to software System Center (version 2012 Configuration Manager) or Systems Management Server or System Center Configuration Manager by Microsoft (www.microsoft.com). Description: Ccmsetup.exe is not essential for the Windows OS and causes relatively few problems. Click Hotfix download available in the beginning of this article to obtain this hotfix. Note System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 now includes hotfix 2801987. If you install System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 by using media that you obtained on or after January 25, 2013, you do not have to install the. The client had previously been failing to acquire a working client even after running ccmsetup.exe with /uninstall, rebooting after completion, and running ccmsetup.exe with the management point specified and /forceinstall included. Now that a new task has been created, just simply run it. It should clear out the bits queue. You can verify with a powershell the command: Get-BitsTransfer -AllUsers or bitsadmin /list /allusers. Once the queue is empty, remove the scheduled task and manually start the ccmsetup.exe service. Monitor the ccmsetup.log file in c: windows ccmsetup.

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Below I’ve built this custom script that will completely remove the SCCM Client and wait until all processes have stopped. Once it’s uninstalled it will also remove any residual files left from a previous install and then run a fresh install of the client. In order for this script to work you must place it in the same directory as the setup files for the SCCM client. Then open up a PowerShell prompt as an Administrator and type the following command:
PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy ByPass '.Invoke-SCCM-Client-Install.ps1' -Wait

The following values have to be amended to work in your environment:
'ccmsetup.exe /forceinstall /mp:[SCCM SERVER NAME] INSTALL=ALL SMSPROVISIONINGMODE=1 SMSSITECODE=[SCCM SITE CODE]FSP=[Fallback Status Point Name -- Optional Switch] /NoCRLCheck'

After the script runs you can keep track of the script process by opening another PowerShell window and typing the following command:
Get-Content $env:SystemRootSystem32LogFilesOSDSCCM-Client[Press 'Tab' Key for LogFile Name] -Wait

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# Script: Invoke-SCCM-Client-Install.ps1
# Description: Uninstalls current SCCM Client and Installs new Client.
# Execution: PS> PowerShell.exe -ExecutionPolicy ByPass '.Invoke-SCCM-Client-Install.ps1' -WindowStyle Hidden -Wait
# Author: Harry Caskey // [email protected] // www.harrycaskey.com
# Last Modified: 2017-04-20
#
$logPath = '$env:SystemRootSystem32LogFilesOSDSCCM-Client'
New-Item -Path $logPath -Type Directory -Force Out-Null
$timeDate = Get-Date -Format 'yyyyMMdd-HHmmss'
$logFileName = $env:COMPUTERNAME + '_' + $timeDate
#
New-Item -Path $logPath -Type Directory -Force Out-Null
#
#
$procMsiExec = Get-Process -Name msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMExec = Get-Process -Name ccmexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMSetup = Get-Process -Name ccmsetup -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#
#
if ($procMsiExec -or $procCCMExec -or $procCCMSetup) {
Stop-Service -Name CcmExec -Force Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
'Processess have been stopped. Executing ccmsetup.exe /uninstall command..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Process 'ccmsetup.exe' -ArgumentList '/uninstall' -Wait Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 15
do {
Start-Sleep 10
'Uninstall is running..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
$procMsiExec = Get-Process -Name msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMExec = Get-Process -Name ccmexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMSetup = Get-Process -Name ccmsetup -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Start-Sleep 5
}
until (($procMsiExec -eq $null) -and ($procCCMExec -eq $null) -and ($procCCMSetup -eq $null))
'Uninstaller has completed..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
}
else {
'No processess are currently started. Executing the uninstaller now..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Process 'ccmsetup.exe' -ArgumentList '/uninstall' -Wait Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 15
do {
Start-Sleep 10
'Uninstall is running..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
$procMsiExec = Get-Process -Name msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMExec = Get-Process -Name ccmexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMSetup = Get-Process -Name ccmsetup -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Start-Sleep 5
}
until (($procMsiExec -eq $null) -and ($procCCMExec -eq $null) -and ($procCCMSetup -eq $null))
Remove-Item $env:SystemRootCCM, $env:SystemRootccmsetup, '$env:SystemDriveProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsMicrosoft System Center' -Recurse -Force -ErrorAction Ignore
Remove-Item HKLM:SOFTWAREMicrosoftCCMSetup -Force -ErrorAction Ignore
'SCCM Client removed..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
}
#
#
Start-Sleep -Seconds 15
$procMsiExec = Get-Process -Name msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMExec = Get-Process -Name ccmexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMSetup = Get-Process -Name ccmsetup -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
#
#
'Starting SCCM Client install..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Process 'ccmsetup.exe' -ArgumentList 'ccmsetup.exe /forceinstall /mp:[SCCM SERVER NAME] INSTALL=ALL SMSPROVISIONINGMODE=1 SMSSITECODE=[SCCM SITE CODE] FSP=[Fallback Status Point Name -- Optional Switch] /NoCRLCheck' -Wait Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
do {
Start-Sleep 10
'Installing SCCM Client..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
$procMsiExec = Get-Process -Name msiexec -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$procCCMSetup = Get-Process -Name ccmsetup -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
Start-Sleep 5
}
until (($procMsiExec -eq $null) -and ($procCCMSetup -eq $null))
Start-Sleep 120
#
Restart-Service -Name CcmExec
Start-Sleep 120
#
# Machine Policy Retrieval Cycle
Invoke-WMIMethod -Namespace rootccm -Class SMS_CLIENT -Name TriggerSchedule '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000021}' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 10
# Machine Policy Evaluation Cycle
Invoke-WMIMethod -Namespace rootccm -Class SMS_CLIENT -Name TriggerSchedule '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000022}' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 10
# Application Deployment Evaluation Cycle
Invoke-WMIMethod -Namespace rootccm -Class SMS_CLIENT -Name TriggerSchedule '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000121}' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 10
# State Message Refresh
Invoke-WMIMethod -Namespace rootccm -Class SMS_CLIENT -Name TriggerSchedule '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000111}' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 10
# Hardware Inventory Cycle
Invoke-WMIMethod -Namespace rootccm -Class SMS_CLIENT -Name TriggerSchedule '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001}' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
Start-Sleep 10
#
#
'Finished installing SCCM Client..' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force
$procCCMExec = Get-Process -Name ccmexec
$procCCMExecStatus = $procCCMExec.ProcessName
if ($procCCMExecStatus) {'CCMExec: Enabled' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force}
else {'CCMExec: Disabled' Out-File -FilePath $logPath$logFileName.log -Append -Encoding ascii -Force}
# Clean Up Process
Remove-Variable procMsiExec, procCCMExec, procCCMSetup, logPath, logFileName -Force



Note :Fallback status point should beinstalled on SCCM server.
Musthave Administrator permissions to the folder to access the client installationfiles

This installation method might soundlike a very time-consuming method; however, you will find yourself installingclients manually for several reasons. You can manually install the client byrunning CCMSetup.exe from the site server or from any management point. The fileis located in the Program FilesMicrosoft ConfigurationManagerClient folder.
If you prefer the scripty way use:
1.Copy the client folder from SCCMServermachine to Client machine
The SCCM 2012 client is stored on your SCCM server (or additional ManagementPoints) in the UninstallClient-folder under SMS_SITECODE(SCCMSERVERSMS_SITECODEClient).
You can run the setup using syntax or just simply use the GUI to choose yoursettings after installation.
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3.Goto the client folder location
ccmsetup.exe /mp:SCCMSERVER /logon SMSSITECODE=AUTO fsp= SCCMSERVER
You can read more about the setup commands at TechNet.
OrExe
Run ccmsetup.exe, when the client is installed go to ControlPanel, press Ccmsetup.exeConfiguration Manager.
Go to the Site-tab, press

Ccmsetup Missing

Configure Settingsto elevate the window and then press Find Site

Ccmsetup Uninstall

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Make sure the proper site name shows up and then press OK. The client will nowdownload and apply your client policies.

How to check Client is installed

1.Check The following Logs in location C:windowsccmsetuplogs

Whilethe installation is in progress, you can view the installation program runningwithin Task Manager or monitor the installation by reading the log files
--> Ccmsetup.log If youare able to see that the ccmsetup.exe service is created then it clearlyinforms us that the server has completed its request to the client and theclient has started installing.
--> ClientIDManagerStartup.log--- you have to get Client is Registered
Alsocheck the following logs
* Client.msi.log
2.Goto Task Manager --> Processes -->
In TaskManager you will see ccmsetup.exerunning.As it completes, you will see ccmsetup.exereplacedby the agent host program ccmexec.exe.
3.Goto SCCMServer Machine, OpenConfiguration Manager-->Assertsand Compliance--> Devices-->Client –YES
NOTE: If Client activity is InActiveThen ,
GotoClient Machine, open cmd promptàServices.msc--> SMSHostAgent --> restart

Client Uninstall

Uninstalling the client is pretty straight forward.
Open a command prompt (elevated privileges)

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Write: C:Windowsccmsetupccmsetup.exe /uninstall

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Installation Error Codes:

  • 2 – The system cannot find the file specified.
  • 5 – Access denied.
  • 52 – You were not connected because a duplicate name exists on the network. Make sure there is not a duplicate name in DNS and that 2 machines don’t have the same IP in DNS.
  • 53 – Unable to locate – http://support.microsoft.com/kb/920852 – cannot connect to admin$ – Computer Browser not started – add File/print sharing to Exceptions in Firewall – turn file and print on.
  • 58 – The specified server cannot perform The requested operation
  • 64 – The specified network name is no longer available. Source: Windows
  • 67 – network name cannot be found.
    86 – network password is not correct? Machine Name <> resolved name.
  • 112 – Not enough disk space
  • 1003 – Cannot complete this function.
  • 1053 – The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion.
  • 1068 – The dependency service or group failed to start
  • 1130 – Not enough server storage is available to process this command. Source: Windows
  • 1203 – The network path was either typed incorrectly, does not exist, or the network provider is not currently available. Please try retyping the path or contact your network administrator.
  • 1208 – An extended error has occurred. Source: Windows
  • 1396 – Logon Failure: The target account name is incorrect. (NBTSTAT -a reverse lookup, duplicate IP address)
  • 1450 – Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service. Source: Windows
  • 2147749889 – Generic WMI failure (Broken WMI)
  • 2147749890 – not found – Source: Windows Management (WMI) – try repair WMI
  • 2147749904 – Invalid class – Source: Windows Management (WMI)
  • 2147749908 – Initialization failure – Source: Windows Management (WMI)
  • 2147942405 – Access is Denied (Firewall rule? / MacAfee-HIPS?)
  • 2147944122 – The RPC server is unavailable. (Dcom is miss-configured for security . http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899965 )
  • 2148007941 – Server Execution Failed