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Changed SMP - request user state storage now broken..

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Hi All,

 

Im currently lookig to implimenting SCCM 2007 R2 sp2 for windows 7 deployment and so far have been successful at fully deploying an image precreated, gathering user data and even restoring after installation, along with app push etc.then i began to test the same on a single laptop, only to find i didnt have enough storage to save the users profile which was around 50Gb. To try to combat this, i mapped a network path of \\NASutilityBox\ to M:\ and then mapped that as a new state migration point.

 

Since i have done that, i can no longer get beyond "Request User State Storage" and a error 0x00004005 and inside of the smsts.log in c:\windows\system32\ccm the following message

 

 

<![LOG[successfully parsed SMP response.]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:2228">
<![LOG[Adding \\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$ to list ]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:2442">
<![LOG[Trying to connect to \\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$ using machine account.]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1771">
<![LOG[Connection request for "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$"]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:208">
<![LOG[No credentials available for connecting to "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$". See whether the share has already been connected.]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:233">
<![LOG[Connecting to "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$"]LOG]!><time="16:25:57.765+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:268">
<![LOG[bRetryIfFail, HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,338)]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:338">
<![LOG[Failed to connect to "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$" (53).]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="2" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:338">
<![LOG[reconnect(), HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,129)]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:129">
<![LOG[connect(pszPath, pszAccount, pszPassword, L"", uFlags), HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,148)]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:148">
<![LOG[Trying to connect to \\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$ using NAA.]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1782">
<![LOG[Connection request for "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$"]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:208">
<![LOG[Connecting to "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$"]LOG]!><time="16:26:00.074+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="1" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:268">
<![LOG[bRetryIfFail, HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,338)]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:338">
<![LOG[Failed to connect to "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$" (53).]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="2" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:338">
<![LOG[reconnect(), HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,129)]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:129">
<![LOG[connect(pszPath, pszAccount, pszPassword, L"", uFlags), HRESULT=80070035 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\tsconnection.cpp,148)]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="tsconnection.cpp:148">
<![LOG[bCanConnect || (oper == SMPCLIENTOP_RESTORE), HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\osdsmpclient\smpclient.cpp,1819)]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="0" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1819">
<![LOG[Cannot connect to VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU SMP root share]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="3" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1819">
<![LOG[ClientRequestToSMP::DoRequest failed. error = (0x80004005).]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="3" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1957">
<![LOG[Request to SMP 'VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU' failed with error (Code 0x80004005). Trying next SMP.]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" component="OSDSMPClient" context="" type="2" thread="2768" file="smpclient.cpp:1638">
<![LOG[FALSE, HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\osdsmpclient\smpclient.cpp,1698)]LOG]!><time="16:26:02.398+-660" date="01-27-2010" compo

 

I have even tried to revert back to the location of the previous state migration point (which was a local c:\temp test job to get it off the ground) and that returns the same error now.. can someone please help me fix this up, as i am truely stuck!

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try accessing the share from the box you are working on, looks like it just cannot connect, check using the NAA (network access account)

 

cheers

niall

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Ok,

 

Attempted to access "\\VIC-CFMGR-01.UPSTREAM.NET.AU\SMPSTOREM_3F36DD35$" from my workstation as well as the testbox, and it cannot find it.

 

Looking @ the shares section of windows 2k8 server, this share actually doesnt exist - im guessing this might be a primary concern. at this point do you think it would be worth uninstalling the SMP role from the server and reinstalling it?

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yeah reinstall the SMP, easy to do.

 

also before doing so, browse the smp store folder locally on the server, anything in it ???

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ok i've been slightly away from this problem but im about to try it again and see how i go - i was unable to connect to the windows share normally so i think a reinstall is in order.

edit: something i have forgotten to ask : is it possible for the site migration state data to be stored on a network share rather than a local disk on the actual site migration site server? also, when i do reinstall the site migration point role, do i need to go in and modify any existing packages to point them to the changes?

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is it possible for the site migration state data to be stored on a network share rather than a local disk on the actual site migration site server?

 

not that i am aware of

 

also, when i do reinstall the site migration point role, do i need to go in and modify any existing packages to point them to the changes?

 

nope

 

cheers

niall

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Hey,

 

Just wanted to say thanks for the prompt help - i've now reinstalled the state migration point to a local share and that has solved my issue.

 

for the record, you cannot add a network drive or network path as a state migration point. the share must sit on a server with state migration point role installed.

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