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  1. So checked all logs as per: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb932135.aspx MCS is enabled - had to re-install it, as per http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2013/08/07/known-issue-update-to-mcs-msi-fails-to-upgrade-the-multicast-configuration.aspx Image is multicast enabled: http://henkhoogendoorn.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/using-multicast-functionality-in.html But I am sure image is NOT delivered via multicast (definitely there is no multicast mentioned on client screen). smsts.log has multicast location mention, and not a single fail or error None of the logs involved have any error apart from: MCSIsapi.log Looking for: S:\SCCMContentLib\DataLib\SP1000B7* Failed to find the package. The package (image) got fully re-distributed, it definitely EXISTS in S:\SCCMContentLib\DataLib If I enable in (test) image properties to ONLY deliver the image via multicast then (test) TS fails instantly on Apply OS, but with NOT a single mention of fail in the smsts.log SP1000E0 content location: mcs://SP-V-SCCM.domain.local/SMS_MCS/.sms_mcs?filePath=https://SP-V-SCCM.domain.local/SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/SP1000E0&PackageFlags=135266336&packageID=SP1000E0&version=2 SP1000E0 http content location: https://SP-V-SCCM.domain.local/NOCERT_SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/SP1000E0 SP1000E0 multicast content location: mcs://SP-V-SCCM.domain.local/SMS_MCS/.sms_mcs?filePath=https://SP-V-SCCM.domain.local/SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/SP1000E0&PackageFlags=135266336&packageID=SP1000E0&version=2 and MCSIsapi.log shows: HealthCheckRequest::HandleMessage failed with errorcode (0x80004005) McsIsapi 27/01/2016 03:21:03 4280 (0x10B8) Failed to process HEALTHCHECK request for client ffffffff-ffff-ffff-ffff-ffffffffffff McsIsapi 27/01/2016 03:21:03 4280 (0x10B8) MCSRequestHandler::HandleMessage for Op HEALTHCHECK failed with server errorcode 2052 McsIsapi 27/01/2016 03:21:03 4280 (0x10B8) Looking for: S:\SCCMContentLib\DataLib\SP1000E0* Failed to find the package. But the package is definitely there! Seb
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