Last Wednesday I commented on an issue we ran into where the System Center Configuration Manager install might fail because it is unable to download the client bits. As a workaround we advised people to turn on “Automatically detect settings” in Internet Explorer options to allow the download to succeed. Well, I'm happy to announce that we now have the SCCM 2007 RTM Eval on the Download site updated with the version which will NOT run into the proxy issue. So to sum it up, yes, you still need access to the client bits but you shouldn't run into the issue where you must enable “Automatically detect settings” in order for the Internet download to work. And in case you missed the original post you can view it here.
Doug Miller pointed out an issue that he had installing SCCM this weekend and more people are running into the problem as time goes on. There seems to be an issue with the RTM build of SCCM 2007 that sometimes, depending on your proxy settings in IE,
As you can see from this post here, the infamous 'setup download issue' which can prevent installation from completing correctly. If you are wondering what I am talking about, I talked about the issue at length here.
Hello, i'm getting another trouble with this step of the SCCM setup.
I've got a proxy, with username and password.
The setup seems to cannot pass over it.
I've just to go home and do thid work .. at home.
For the further version, do you think it is possible to do theses steps at work ? (better to implement...) or having a link on Ms site to download theses multiple files ?