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Good Morning Guys / Niall - This morning we had some issues testing OSD builds in our SCCM 2012 SP1 CU2 environment. We used a USB drive we made into boot media a few days ago to boot up an "Unknown Computer." After clicking the initial "Next," we got the error 0x80004005 instead of no task sequences being listed. I tried re-creating the media (Dynamic), but still got the same error. After research, I re-created the media once more with the same settings - except - used "Site-Based" instead of "Dynamic" and it worked as I am now displayed a list of task sequences to run. Why would "Site-Based" media work and "Dynamic" media not? Below are some environment details as well as other things I examined... Primary server is remote to location, but do have a local secondary Boot Image Config I used on all 3 times I tried above: - Boot Image: Selected Image - Distribution Point - Selected Local Secondary - Management Point - Selected Primary Server (only option) IP was retrieved on machine via DHCP. After opening a command prompt, I could ping both primary and secondary servers Verified machine's IP (via DHCP) was in a boundary (It's Subnet was entered). Boundary was assigned to the proper local secondary In the log file, there was only a couple of lines which noted errors (besides PXE which we don't use) Attached is the smsts.log file - just in case - names were changed for security... smsts.log Any ideas? Thank Guys!