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USMT 4 failure when ConfigMgr client version = SP1

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Problem: If you attempt to do a Capture User State on Windows XP SP3 with ConfigMgr Client with version 6221 (SP1) and USMT will fail with an error similar to the following :-

 

IsUsmtPreLonghorn failed (0x80070714)

 

VerifyIfPreLonghornBinary(sUsmtBinary, m_bUSMTPreLonghorn), HRESULT=80070714

 

UserStateMigrationAction::GetUSMTBinary failed (0x80070714)

 

SetUSMTBinary(), HRESULT=80070714

 

Failed to initlialize, (0x80070714)

 

The workaround is to create a USMT 4 package pointing to the X86 USMT 4 bits.

 

To resolve the problem, install the SP2 configMgr client on your XP client before attempting to run USMT 4.

 

thanks to Peter and the kind folks on Technet for helping me debug this issue.

 

cheers

niall

 

references:>

 

* USMT problem on a specific pc

 

* User State Migration Fails 0x80070714

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Problem: If you attempt to do a Capture User State on Windows XP SP3 with ConfigMgr Client with version 6221 (SP1) and USMT will fail with an error similar to the following :-

 

 

 

The workaround is to create a USMT 4 package pointing to the X86 USMT 4 bits.

 

To resolve the problem, install the SP2 configMgr client on your XP client before attempting to run USMT 4.

 

thanks to Peter and the kind folks on Technet for helping me debug this issue.

 

cheers

niall

 

references:>

 

* USMT problem on a specific pc

 

* User State Migration Fails 0x80070714

 

 

Good job,

but still not working, I update the client, point to x86 folder USMT, use 3 files for capture options, but ...

If I use 3 files -migapp, miguser, migdocs and USMT not pointed to x86 - there is 0x80070014c error!

If I user standard options for capture and point USMT pointed to x86 - there is 0x80070001c error!

 

There are too many bugs in this Microsoft applications!

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