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  1. I was getting "Failed to Download Policy" error. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/charlesa_us/2015/03/11/smsts-log-showing-failed-to-download-policy-guidhere-code-0x80004005/ helped me resolve the issue. I opened Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 17 and performed option B. In the example, replace the 12345678-28EB-40E3-9959-1EFEB0453286 with the GUID found in the log from the client machine located in x:\Windows\Temp\SMSTSlog\smsts
  2. I was getting "The specified path does not contain a valid operating system or you do not have permission to access it. Specify a valid path." when I was attempting to add the image from \\CM01\Sources\OSD\OS\OSUpgradePackages\Windows10x64\1809. The reason why I was getting the error is because the image file was install.esd. Apparently, the process requires a wim file, not a esd file. I used the following to convert the esd to wim. https://theitbros.com/convert-windows-esd-file-to-windows-wim-file/ After ensuring that the wim file was in the \\CM01\Sources\OSD\OS\OSUpgradePackages\Windows10x64\1809, the Add Operating System Upgrade Package Wizard completed.
  3. Thanks laxiaq! I was getting Error 0x80070643 on the client machine as well. I'm using VMware Workstation 14 Pro with NAT for Internet access. Went back to removed NewYork in SCCM Boundary Group. Created a site of MyCity and included my VMware NAT network in Active Directory Sites and Services. Configured a boundary that included my VMware NAT network with MYcity name instead of NewYork. After that, the client agent was able to install on the client device.
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