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OSD Fails to copy content to local disk

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Hi!

 

We have a number of computer models that we image with SCCM 2012 R2, and everything works just fine, apart from one model:

 

Novatech nSpire 15.6 (yeah, the model is not descriptive, but that is the model name!)

 

The laptop has standard Intel Haswell hardware, one fixed disk (Sandisk SSD) and an optical drive. This is much like other computers that we have in the organisation and we have no computers with two or more fixed disks

 

When we image this particular model of computer, the task sequence fails at the "Apply Operating System Image". The partition map from the task sequence is:

 

Volume 1: 350MB fixed size, NTFS

Volume 2: 100% remaining space, NTFS

 

The operating system is deployed to the "next available formatted partition"

 

The SSD is partitioned and formatted successfully during the task sequence. If I disable this step and use diskpart for this, the task sequence still fails!

 

Below is the point of failure, from the smsts.log file:

 

User did not specify local data drive TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume C:\ has 336084992 bytes of free space TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume C:\ is not bootable TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume D:\ has 127548887040 bytes of free space TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume D:\ is not bootable TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume E:\ is not a fixed hard drive TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume F:\ is not a fixed hard drive TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Volume X:\ is not a fixed hard drive TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
TSM root drive = TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
We do not find an available volume to store the local data path TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Set a global environment variable _SMSTSNextInstructionPointer=11 TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Set a TS execution environment variable _SMSTSNextInstructionPointer=11 TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Set a global environment variable _SMSTSInstructionStackString=10 TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Set a TS execution environment variable _SMSTSInstructionStackString=10 TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Save the current environment block TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
pszPath[0] != L'\0', HRESULT=80070057
(e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\core\ccmcore\path.cpp,60) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Filesystem::Path::Add(sEnvPath, EnvDataFileName, sEnvPath), HRESULT=80070057
(e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,676) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Failed to save environment to (80070057) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
TS::Environment::SharedEnvironment.saveEnvironment(szPath), HRESULT=80070057
(e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\executionengine\executionenv.cxx,842) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Failed to save the current environment block. This is usually caused by a problem with the program. Please check the Microsoft Knowledge Base to determine if this is a known issue or contact Microsoft Support Services for further assistance.
The parameter is incorrect. (Error: 80070057; Source: Windows) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
SaveEnvironment(), HRESULT=80070057
(e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\client\tasksequence\executionengine\executionenv.cxx,420) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Failed to persist execution state. Error 0x(80070057) TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Failed to save execution state and environment to local hard disk TSManager 15/10/2014 10:42:51 1292 (0x050C)
Any help in this would be greatly appreciated!
-- Matt

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Hey

 

I can ping the deployment server, with the following results:

 

Pinging deployment-server.domain.local [10.47.32.19] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 10.47.32.19: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=128
Reply from 10.47.32.19: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 10.47.32.19: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply from 10.47.32.19: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Ping statistics for 10.47.32.19:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 1ms, Average = 0ms
I have attached the smsts.log file, for reference
-- Matt

smsts.log

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