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Failure to install updates via Build & Capture Task Sequence - Error 800705B4

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Hello All,

 

I'm having problems with a Build & Capture task sequence in that it seems to skip past the 'Install Updates' part. I have attached a screenshot of the SMSTS.log for your perusal.

 

Things I have tried so far:

 

- added an SMSMP entry in the task sequence, pointing to our MP

- set a 24-hr maintenance window for the collection the task sequence is being applied to

- configured IIS on the DP to allow files that contain the .config extension to be downloaded.

 

If anyone has a steer on this that would be great. I could as a last resort manually patch the reference machine and then capture it, although its frustrating not being able to get this working as intended!

 

 

Thanks in advance,

Keith

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have you deployed any updates to the collection that the computer is in during build and capture... ? which collection is it ?

what os are you deploying and how many updates are deployed ?

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I have created a software update deployment package that contains 235 updates, which is deployed to the collection that my reference machine is in.

 

I am deploying Win 7 SP1 x64.

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ok,. as a test,. reduce the number of updates, does it work then (by at least half), also does the windowsupdate.log file reveal anything ?

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