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JLouw
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Sccm 2012 r2 oobm - exit with code 68. Details: invalid parameter was found. (RCSAAddress)

We are using Sccm 2012 R2 and want to implement Oobm. So we followed this guide in our test environment: http://sccmguru.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/integrating-configuration-manager-2012-r2-with-intel-scs-9-... Integrating Configuration Manager 2012 R2 with Intel SCS 9.0 – Part 1 : Introduction | SCCM GURU

Provisioning is working fine on Fujitsu computers with AMT version 7 and 9. But on older hardware with version 5 and 6 there is an error during configuration of the profile.

exit with code 68. Details: invalid parameter was found. (RCSAAddress) is found in the Windows event viewer.

and in the Sccm console AMT Status is Not Supported (version 6) and Detected (version 5).

Version 7 and 9 are having the status Provisioned and the out of the band management console is working.

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AAlde4
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As a reminder, direct support from Intel engineers is available at https://bizsupport.intel.com/ https://bizsupport.intel.com.

Bruno_Domignues
Employee
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Based on what you explained, my guess is that you are provisioning these machines using HBC (i.e. Host Based Configuration) method that is not supported in ME versions <6.2. Can you confirm?

Best Regards!

Bruno Domingues

JLouw
Beginner
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I am bit new to this. But I think you are right. So for ME versions <6.2 I need to set up a SCS with a dns record "ProvisionServer".

This SCS can be installed on my Sccm server. But wil it be intergrated in Sccm?

Bruno_Domignues
Employee
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"ProvisionServer" DNS record is not required for provision in this scenario, it's a legacy resource used by old AMT versions to find the SCS, even when you don't an Operating System.

For AMT <6.2 you must use PKI provisioning that rely on 3rd party certificates for provision, since these versions does not support HBC - In Intel Setup and Configuration Software (Intel SCS) User Guide that you can find in Intel <a href="https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20921">SCS package, chapter 10.

In order to integrate with Microsoft SCCM, you can use the https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20921 Intel SCS Add-On for SCCM installed in SCCM Server.

There is no requirement to put Intel SCS and SCCM in the same box, usually the best practice is install Intel SCS in a dedicated server/VM.

Best Regards!

-Bruno Domingues

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