Troubleshooting missing Management Points when creating a bootable media Task Sequence in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

Troubleshooting missing Management Points when creating a bootable media Task Sequence in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

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toolsignHere’s a problem we came across recently and the resolution we came up with that I wanted to share. The issue is that when creating a task sequence for  bootable media using a Boot Image, the wizard does not return any of the available Management point names.

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Cause: You will run into this issue if the Management Point is configured to use HTTPS and you are using the self-signed certificate and not importing the PKI certificate while creating the TS bootable media.

Resolution:

To fix this you will need to import the certificate on the Security page.

Certificate requirements:

  • Certificate Purpose: Client authentication
  • Template to use: Workstation Authentication

NOTE This certificate must be exported in a Public Key Certificate Standard (PKCS #12) format, and the password must be known so that it can be imported.

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For more information see PKI requirements for Configuration Manager 2012 : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg699362.aspx

Vinayak Sharma | Support Engineer | Management and Security Division
Senthilkumar Pandurangan | Support Engineer | Management and Security Division

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  • We are seeing this issue but we dont have https enabled

    what else can we do to fix this?