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  1. Hey guys Got a new machine, to image. Imported all the drivers as usual, and the network driver was already in the boot image from an earlier model that uses the exacy same network driver. ( already double checked this to ) Turned off secure boot in the Bios, and attempted to pxe boot into the Task Sequence window. The machine reboots right before it manages to bring up the task sequence window. Looking at the smsts.log it display the error in the subject of this post Did a F8 before it rebooted the second time round and issuing an ipconfig shows no IP address. It just di
  2. Good afternoon fellows! I'm currently struggling with an issue trying to get our Win 10 task sequence to take off. Just for background info, this task sequence works just fine on all other models that we have except this Acer Switch Alpha 12 tablet we're testing. Smsts.log is attached. -Problem is this: Boot the device into WinPE, select the desired task sequence, it begins to download the boot image and then fails. -Noteworthy errors: Failed to install boot image. Unspecified error (Error: 80004005; Source: Windows) Failed to install WinPE. Code(0x800
  3. Hello Folks, Long time Windows Noob fan, first time poster... I have a question about a Task Sequence in SCCM with MDT... So when creating a TS via MDT, you'll have that nice wizard that helps you out and I could not find anything that would define when to create a new XYZ Package and when to reuse it or not reuse it in another SCCM MDT Task Sequence... Create MDT Task Sequence > Boot Image Step > you have a choice to use an existing one or create a new one... Since I only have the stock SCCM Boot images, i do want to make an MDT boot image for x86 and x64... - Can I use these MDT B
  4. We just finished upgrading our SCCM Servers both our CAS and PS1 to SCCM 2012 R2 SP1. After the upgrade it seems that the new boot.wim file that is created is having issues. After the machine pxe boots and pulls down the wim file, it goes to windows is starting up then preparing network connections and then black screens and restarts. I opened up an F8 command prompt and pulled the SMSTS.log and I see an error during the TSMBootStrap.exe step. The error is Failed to download pxe variable file ... PxeGetPxeData failed with .... I have attached our SMSTS.LOG file. I verified th
  5. Hi community, I'm quite stuck here and cannot find a solution for my problem. I've just added a new boot image (Win7x64) and all I want to do is "add" drivers to the boot image. So I went to - System Center Configuration Manager / Site Database / Computer Management / Operating System Deployment / Drivers right clicked the driver and selected add to boot image. But I cannot select a boot image because the list below is just plain empty although I've added boot images (Win7x64 enterprise (Selected the boot.wim image 2 (Microsoft Windows Setup x64)) - this image is deployed and P
  6. SCCM 2007 SP2 R3, SQL Server 2008 x64, Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 I am having difficulty with a bare metal install and capture of Win7 on a laptop. I have followed all guides closely and verified correct version of MDT, AIK, WINPE, but I simply cannot inject drivers into my boot image. I keep getting the following message from the wizard. Error: Boot image to update: MDT Custom PE Error: Actions to perform: Add ConfigMgr binaries Enable Windows PE command line support Add drivers Error: Failed to import the following drivers: Intel® 82567LM-3 Gigabit Net
  7. Has anybody been successuflly able to boot into ConfigMgr via pxe boot on a HP DL380p? Keeps failing at "Apply network connection" Once it reaches that point, it reboots. I've downloaded all the nic drivers from HP's website and injected them into my boot image, but have had no success. Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated. OSD works with all of our desktops/laptops so it leads me to believe this error has to do with nic drivers? Thank you
  8. Hi There, We recently upgraded from SP1CU3 -> R2CU1 and are now having issues building machines using our OSD task sequence. First we tried using our existing x64 boot.wim (version 6.2.9200) - however our task sequence fails at the diskpart stage. We then noticed that the driver tab is missing from the Boot Images properties page - probably because the WIM was created by an older version of ADK. So then we tried using the boot image automatically placed into SCCM by the ADK8.1 install (6.3.9600.16384) in our task sequence. However this results in a WIndows8 BSOD screen with the er
  9. I've been having an issue where when I PXE boot to my SCCM server, it starts to load the Boot Image but then reboots immediately, leaving me in the same place I started. My assumption was that the Boot Image was corrupt, so I went to delete the image from the DP and Config Manager. Now when I go to add the boot images back into CM, I browse to the location where they're stored and I get a blank Boot Image drop down list. Has anyone seen this before? I've included a picture of what I'm talking about.
  10. I'm getting this error after I upgraded to sccm 2012 sp1. This happens whenever I try to update the distribution point drivers for the WinPE boot image.  Error: Boot image to update: Microsoft Windows PE (x64)  Error: Actions to perform: Add ConfigMgr binaries Disable Windows PE command line support Optional components: Scripting (WinPE-Scripting) Startup (WinPE-SecureStartup) Network (WinPE-WDS-Tools) Scripting (WinPE-WMI)  Error: The wizard detected the following problems when updating the boot image. Failed to inject a ConfigMgr driver into the mounted WIM
  11. Hello, i integrated a new driver and want to update my Bootimage on a DP. Now I am getting this error messages. I am using the standard PE Image of SCCM . Any one an idea? Error: Boot image to update: • Microsoft Windows PE (x64) Error: Actions to perform: • Add ConfigMgr binaries • Enable Windows PE command line support • Add drivers Error: Failed to import the following drivers: • Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection • Intel® 82567LM-2 Gigabit Network Connection • Realtek PCI GBE Family Controller
  12. I am strugging to get OSD to work from PXE after the processes suddently stopped working for all of your hardware models. What occurs is after PXE booting, the initial download of the .wim is completed and Windows PE briefly loads. Shortly after loading Network Connections, the system reboots. To identify/resolve the issue the following steps have been completed: F8 before the reboot occurs shows the computer is not getting an IP The x86 boot image in SCCM appears to have gotten corrupted as we were unable to add new drivers (although the existing drivers always worked before this iss
  13. Hi everyone, we are using SCCM 2007 R3. We use Task sequences to deploy the OS in combination with a bootable media (DVD). They told me I had to create a new bootable media everytime I make a change in the Task sequence. Is it really necessary?
  14. When I try to import any driver true the wizard. These errors are shown: Error: Some driver(s) can not be imported successfully. See following details. Error: Failed to import the following drivers: Intel® 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection - An error occurred while importing the selected driver. Add drivers to the following boot images:Boot image (x64) Boot images will not be updated on distribution points. I use a remote SQL server and one primary site. Any ideas? (when I do the same in a test envoirement on a test sccm server with a local sql server, everything w
  15. Hi, I have a question about how SCCM control which boot image is using in PXE booting. I have 3 version of boot image A, image B and image C, created in SCCM and copy to the remote DP. The image C is crashed and then I delete the image C and make a new one image D, but I found the PXE boot will use image B not the new one image D. Really no idea about how SCCM manage the boot image? Please help me to get clear. Thank you very much :-)
  16. Hi, is it possible to use SCCM to give network admins a choice of images when using PXE boot? With WDS we were able to log in then choose the correct image for the PC. If this is possible with SCCM any hints would be very appreciated!
  17. I've seen a few blogs which have guides to add Remote Control support to Boot Images which I found would be quite useful. Especially if it's in the Boot Image rather than the Task Sequence so I would be able to RDP/VNC/DameWare etc to the client in WinPE. My main goal is for troubleshooting and for support during the build stage. I've seen the following posts but didn't have too much luck with getting it to work: http://www.deploymentresearch.com/Blog/tabid/62/EntryId/36/Software-Assurance-Pays-Off-Remote-Connection-to-WinPE-during-MDT-SCCM-deployments.aspx http://blog.danovich
  18. All of a sudden when booting PXE, it is now downloading the x64 boot image instead of the x86 as it was before. I'm trying to figure out why as some of our machines don't support x64 and fail to boot PXE. Has anyone heard of this or have any idea? Our imaging process is practically stopped because of this and since school is starting in two weeks.....definitely not a good thing, LOL Thanks, Todd
  19. Hi, I have a problem with Boot Image on SCCM 12, I asked in Technet but nobody solve my problem, I need help for resolve my problem. This is link with my question in Technet: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/configmanagerosd/thread/6ae3e76e-f33a-4b5a-b3a3-f6e8878e7b3d/#c8128405-cc4b-47cd-997a-78b10b6807b6 Regards: Thiago Batista http://about.me/thiagitto
  20. Hi there, I'm pretty new to SCCM so this might be an easy problem. A couple of days ago our Operating System Deployment stopped working. The first sign of that something was wrong was that the WDS service couldn't be restarted. It hung. Even after a reboot of the entire server the service was still not running. After a lot of troubleshooting we also noticed that the image-folders under RemoteInstall\SMSBoot\x64 and RemoteInstal\SMSBoot\x86 were empty. I then got some advice that I should delete the PXE role in SCCM and re-install the WDS service in Windows. So I did: 1) Removed PXE rol
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