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  1. Sorry, but your reply provides me with no information other than what I already know. Or PE image does include the drivers needed, otherwise the machines we have currently building from PXE would not work.
  2. Hi guys, I've got a pretty urgent issue that I hope you could help with: * I've built a USB key from my ususal task sequence to enable us to build machines at our warehouse. Upon testing the USB key, joining the domain is failing! (we have a VPN into the business from the warehouse and it is working when adding a machine manually) Does the "join domain or workgroup" task sequence section have to be at the begging of task sequence after Apply Windows settings? Or can it appear further down the task sequence after applying custom device drivers (to make sure the nic driver is working on these horrible new HP machines). The smsts.log is complaining about not been able to find an unattend.xml, however, I've never made an unattended.xml for my task sequence as it's a pretty simple build that asks for the machines name, throws on a standard windows 7 enterprise image with Office 2010 pro and installs very few device drivers. Anyhow, here is the smsts.log extract. totally stumped. Please help! Start executing an instruciton. Instruction name: Apply Network Settings. Instruction pointer: 40 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a global environment variable _SMSTSCurrentActionName=Apply Network Settings TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a global environment variable _SMSTSNextInstructionPointer=40 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a local default variable OSDDomainName TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a local default variable OSDDomainOUName TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a local default variable OSDJoinPassword TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a local default variable OSDJoinAccount TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a local default variable OSDNetworkJoinType TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a global environment variable _SMSTSLogPath=C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\Logs\SMSTSLog TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Expand a string: osdnetsettings.exe configure TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Expand a string: TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Command line for extension .exe is "%1" %* TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set command line: osdnetsettings.exe configure TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Start executing the command line: osdnetsettings.exe configure TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) !--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------! TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Expand a string: WinPEandFullOS TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Executing command line: osdnetsettings.exe configure TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) ==============================[ OSDNetSettings.exe ]=========================== OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) Command line: "osdnetsettings.exe" configure OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) CoCreateInstance(CLSID_SettingsEngine, 0, CLSCTX_INPROC_SERVER, IID_ISettingsEngine, (LPVOID*)&m_spSettingsEngine), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdcore\smiinterface.cpp,803) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) initialize( pszWindowsDir, wProcessorArchitecture, false ), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdcore\smiinterface.cpp,740) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) m_pSMIInterface->initFromWindowsDir( pszSourceDir, wProcessorArchitecture ), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdcore\xmlanswerfile.cpp,572) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) pXMLSysprepAnswerFile->Init( sAnswerFile, sTargetSystemDir, wProcessorArchitecture ), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdcore\infanswerfile.cpp,1433) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) Failed to initialize unattend answer file C:\Windows\panther\unattend\unattend.xml. Code 0x80040154 OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) SysprepAnswerFile::InitSysprepAnswerFile( pSysprepAnswerFile ), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdcore\infanswerfile.cpp,333) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) Failed to initialize Sysprep answer file (0x80040154) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) OSD::Utility::BaseAnswerFile::CreateAnswerFile( pAnswerFile ), HRESULT=80040154 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\osdnetsettings\main.cpp,177) OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) Failed to initialize answer file OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) OSDNetSettings finished: 0x80040154 OSDNetSettings 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2208 (0x08A0) Process completed with exit code 2147746132 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) !--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------! TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Failed to run the action: Apply Network Settings. Class not registered (Error: 80040154; Source: Windows) TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Sending status message . . . TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Do not send status message in full media case TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a global environment variable _SMSTSLastActionRetCode=-2147221164 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Set a global environment variable _SMSTSLastActionSucceeded=false TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Clear local default environment TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Let the parent group (Join Domain) decides whether to continue execution TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) The execution of the group (Join Domain) has failed and the execution has been aborted. An action failed. Operation aborted (Error: 80004004; Source: Windows) TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Failed to run the last action: Apply Network Settings. Execution of task sequence failed. Class not registered (Error: 80040154; Source: Windows) TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Sending status message . . . TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Do not send status message in full media case TSManager 04/01/2012 15:36:47 2280 (0x08E8) Launching command shell. OSDSetupHook 04/01/2012 15:37:57 308 (0x0134) executing command: C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /k OSDSetupHook 04/01/2012 15:37:57 308 (0x0134) executed command: C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /k OSDSetupHook 04/01/2012 15:37:57 308 (0x0134) Execution::enExecutionFail != m_eExecutionResult, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmanager\tsmanager.cpp,767) TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Task Sequence Engine failed! Code: enExecutionFail TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) **************************************************************************** TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Task sequence execution failed with error code 80004005 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Cleaning Up. Removing Authenticator TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Clean up boot image stage path C:\_SMSTaskSequence\WinPE TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Cleaning up task sequence folder TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) DeleteFileW(sVolumeIDFile.c_str()), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\resolvesource.cpp,508) TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Successfully unregistered Task Sequencing Environment COM Interface. TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Command line for extension .exe is "%1" %* TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Set command line: "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\TsProgressUI.exe" /Unregister TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Executing command line: "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\TsProgressUI.exe" /Unregister TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) ==========[ TsProgressUI started in process 2716 ]========== TsProgressUI 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2712 (0x0A98) Command line: "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\TsProgressUI.exe" /Unregister TsProgressUI 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2712 (0x0A98) Unregistering COM classes TsProgressUI 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2712 (0x0A98) Unregistering class objects TsProgressUI 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2712 (0x0A98) Shutdown complete. TsProgressUI 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2712 (0x0A98) Process completed with exit code 0 TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Successfully unregistered TS Progress UI. TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Setting program history for GMG001E7:* TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Opening the task sequence key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Deleting the package ID from registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence\Package TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Deleting the program ID from registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence\Program TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8) Start to cleanup TS policy TSManager 04/01/2012 15:38:19 2280 (0x08E8)
  3. HELP! Hi guys, we do not have a license to isntall the SCCM client on any servers through our domain. However the SCCM client is appearing on every server (over 400) in our domain! What is going on here? We install the client manually during OSD. Client push and discovery is assigned to a particular OU. How are servers recieving and installing the client!? Are my settings incorrectly configured? Thanks in anticipation! Robbie
  4. Sory a little confused. Does the job ID get created by the task sequence and the WSF script should pick it up. I can manually insert the job Id, I gues asking the script to find it is the hard part ? THanks again
  5. Follwed them to the letter. AS always thanks for your help on this one!
  6. Getting an error when running the script to display the message. Any ideas? 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM InstallSoftware 664 (0x0298) The task sequencer log is located at C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\Logs\SMSTSLog\SMSTS.LOG. For task sequence failures, please consult this log. 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM InstallSoftware 664 (0x0298) C:\_SMSTaskSequence\WDPackage\scripts\customscripts\task_sequence_completed.wsf(5, 2) Microsoft VBScript runtime error: Object doesn't support this property or method 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM InstallSoftware 664 (0x0298) 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM InstallSoftware 664 (0x0298) Command line returned 1 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM TSManager 2996 (0x0BB4) Process completed with exit code 1 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM TSManager 2996 (0x0BB4) !--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------! 6/3/2011 1:49:36 PM TSManager 2996 (0x0BB4) Failed to run the action: Notify User. Incorrect function. (Error: 00000001; Source: Windows)
  7. Thats great! Thanks so much. The other question I have is related to running slmgr.vbs within a task sequence. We are deploying Windows Enterprise x64 and I have a command at the end of the task sequence to set the skms and activate the client. The sksms works fine, however when running ATO I'm getting an error code because the command prompt is not running as an elevated user.. I thought the system account would do this? Anyhow my set -ato is "cscript.exe slmgr.vbs -ATO" I have got slmgr.vbs inside a package assigned to this step in the task sequence. It worked fine for 32bit machines, but fails on x64 6/3/2011 9:31:13 AM TSManager 2752 (0x0AC0) The execution of the group (Set SKMS and email notify) has failed and the execution has been aborted. An action failed. Operation aborted (Error: 80004004; Source: Windows) 6/3/2011 9:31:13 AM TSManager 2752 (0x0AC0) Failed to run the last action: Set ATO. Execution of task sequence failed. Unknown error (Error: C004F038; Source: Unknown)
  8. Hi guys, I'm deploying Windows 7 in our orginisation succesfully, however some laptop users have decidede to remove their laptop off their dosking station before the OSD completes due to a number of reboots for software installs etc. Is there a way where the OSD can display a message prior to the initial CTRL +ALT +DEL screen "Deployment is complete" Or soemthing along those lines. A VBS Script would probably work, however I've not got a clue how it would display the message within the OSD with a "click here to logon or reboot" message popup. Thanks Robbie
  9. I've been using this succesfully now in my SCCM OSD deployments. It's quite a simple task (although took a while to figure out). *Install the Softpaq manager on to a network share and download all the softpaqs that you need per machine model *Create a OSD task sequence as you normally would, but at the end of the sequence run a command line *The command you need to run is cmd /c "\\NAME OF NETWORK SHARE\SSM.EXE . /Install" *Softpaq manager will then install all your drivers!
  10. Hey all, I'm having major isssues with boundries and setting up remote distribution points. Please bear with me, but hyere's how our AD and sites are setup and the issue we are having: We have a primary site in Leeds that has the PXE service point installed on it and the Boundry is set to our Leeds AD site. Our Ad sites are set via the subnet in site's and services. We have 8 other sites around the country that also have a "site" in ad and a different subnet to the one in Leeds. We have configured 8 distribution points on 8 servers around the country and assiged the boundry as protected via the site name (site names are linked to the subnet). Each site's DHCP server has got option 66 and 67 configured. 66 points to our primary server in leeds for the PSE service points and 67 is pointing to the wdsnbp.com directory. When we use F12 to boot a machine in Leeds it flies through. If we try andf network boot and build a machine in another site, Glasgow for example loading the boot image takes a very long time. The boot image is uploaded to the distribution point in Glasgow, as there are no logs yet due to the machine not booting in to Windows pe im a little stuck whith how to check this is working rightly/wrongly? Please see the attached screenshot. It might prove as to what we are doing wrong. Ta Robbie
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