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  1. Recently I updated my SCCM 2012 configuration manager to R2 SP1 in order to be able to be able to deploy Windows 10. Now I am trying to image machines using my old Task Sequences and my existing windows 7 captured images. I am able to boot and begin the old task sequences using the new boot images (Version 10.0.10586.0) but it errors out when it begins to apply the OS. As I understand the new boot images are supposed to support the deployment of Windows 7. I could use some help in troubleshooting this issue. I've included a video showing what happens during OSD deployment and the SMSTS.log file. Any help will be greatly appreciated. OSD Error on Apply OS.wmv smsts.log
  2. Hi all, Firstly congratulations on an awesome site and community.. it is so widely used it was mentioned whilst on a SCCM2012 deployment course I recently attended. I am experiencing a very strange problem with SCCM 2007 and advertising task sequences. We are beginning a Windows 7 migration (15k clients joy!) and I have created and finalized a base task sequence with enough core apps that it will go on to every machine. This works with a test VM and any new clients brought down to it.. I moved out to our first pilot site.. set up PXE on the standard DP and duplicated my original task sequence.. I then imported a list of MAC addresses of 10 test Toshiba Netbooks, (these are new PC's never been into SCCM before) via the computer association tab to a new collection. I advertised the duplicated task sequence to these machines and if i boot either via PXE or USB drive I get Abort PXE with the line MAC=00:8C:FA:2D:BB:4A SMBIOS GUID=80400288-163D-E211-9729-008CFA2DBB4A > Device found in the database. MacCount=1 GuidCount=0 smspxe 15/05/2013 08:20:43 3808 (0x0EE0) [] Recv From:[] Len:303 159df30 smspxe 15/05/2013 08:20:43 1828 (0x0724) Executing GetBootAction(12182, ICH-MEDIA) smspxe 15/05/2013 08:20:43 3808 (0x0EE0) No Boot Action for Device (12182) found smspxe 15/05/2013 08:20:43 3808 (0x0EE0) ProcessDatabaseReply: No Advertisement found in Db for device smspxe 15/05/2013 08:20:43 3808 (0x0EE0) or if via USB I get no task sequences availble for this computer. I tried creating a new task sequence from scratch and advertising it but get the same issues.. . The twist in this tale that I am unable to find anything on the web is if I add one of these Toshiba's to the original test collection where the advertised task sequence lives it works 100%. Has anyone seen anything like it? I'm going a bit nuts here.. have performed a full PXE/WDS remove and reinstall as per a guide I found on a technet blog.
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