1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 2, 2012 5:58 PM by jjcopela

    SCCM and CERTIFICATe Change problems

      Hi there,


      I have some strange problems.

      This is the situation.


      We have 3 type off hardware machines

      AMT 3.2, 5.2 and 7.1 machines.


      To get the 3.2 machines to work we had to have a cert from a old root verisign server to make it work.

      But we started with a brand new verisign cert and this worked a first on the 7.1 machines.

      Now with the new cert those provisened machines give the error not supported in SCCM.


      I also have troubles connection to the console to the machnies i can power them on and off.

      i check all firewall rules and settings en tested with out firewalls.


      ITs a rights issue but what and with rights i am a domain admin.

      Here some OOBconsole log entries.


      [6][4/2/2012 1:45:33 PM] :System.Management.ManagementException\r\nInvalid parameter \r\n   at System.Management.ManagementException.ThrowWithExtendedInfo(ManagementStatus errorCode)
         at System.Management.ManagementPath.SetWbemPath(IWbemPath wbemPath, String path)
         at System.Management.ManagementPath.CreateWbemPath(String path)
         at System.Management.ManagementPath..ctor(String path)
         at Microsoft.ConfigurationManagement.ManagementProvider.WqlQueryEngine.WqlConnectionManager.GetInstance(String objectPath)\r\nManagementException details:

      [5][4/2/2012 1:46:04 PM] :IMR_SOLOpenTCPSession2 with user = fail with result:0x19, description:Authentication Failed

        • 1. Re: SCCM and CERTIFICATe Change problems

          Hi Roger,

          It sounds like you may have a few different issues here.

          For starters, let's take a look at the 7.1 machines.


          are you able to provision them ok?

          Can you issue power commands to them ok?

          What about the OOB Console? Can you connect?

          Also what version of OS are you running on your SCCM Server?


          Let's start here and see if we can pin-point your issue.