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do anyone knw how to deploy microsoft biztalk server 2006 thro sccm 2007????
If so , kindly advise me............[:(]
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It *just* so happens that I have the script which I'm building to automate adding packages to SCCM. In it, I put some comments to remind me of how the flow goes:
'// Create the deployment group (in AD, obviously)
'// Create package
'// Create program
'// Assign Package to Distribution Point
'// Create Collection
'// Create Advertisement

If you're after a step-by-step guide, I can't help, I'm afraid - it's way too lengthy. THAT'S the reason I'm building a script! :)
Answered 08/07/2009 by: VBScab
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and you can automate these steps by writting a drag and drop vbscript to create these objects.
including handling any mst's

then you don't need to manually create these objects all the time

cheers
Answered 08/07/2009 by: cygan
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LOL...have you *any* idea of the complexity of that exercise? MSDN's sample scripts make it look easy but - trust me - it ain't! Well, not if you want it done properly, anyway. How about setting up the maintenance window? What a mess...
Answered 08/10/2009 by: VBScab
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to be fair this was automated for sms 2003
Answered 08/10/2009 by: cygan
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But what are supposed to choose between "Run from DP" and " Download Content"?
We chose Download Content and it is not downloading the contents properly...
Cant choose Run from DP as when the setup.exe is about to install, a windows pops up as Run or Cancel.....
Kindly advise

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It *just* so happens that I have the script which I'm building to automate adding packages to SCCM. In it, I put some comments to remind me of how the flow goes:
'// Create the deployment group (in AD, obviously)
'// Create package
'// Create program
'// Assign Package to Distribution Point
'// Create Collection
'// Create Advertisement

If you're after a step-by-step guide, I can't help, I'm afraid - it's way too lengthy. THAT'S the reason I'm building a script! :)


Answered 08/26/2009 by: aj4alice
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You can summarise my knowledge of SCCM on the back of a postage stamp but, AFAIK, it uses BITS to transfer packages to the workstation so, if it is not downloading the contents properly, I guess BITS is the place to start looking. Additionally, SCCM creates a quadzillion logs of its activity. One of them should provide a clue.
Answered 08/26/2009 by: VBScab
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