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SCCM USMT - Request User State Storage Error

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hello all,

i'm hoping that someone can help.

I have SMP setup in SCCM CB.

i'm running into an issue where USM OSD is failing at 'Request User State Storage' step.

Number of local SMP's = 0
Remote DP options = No
Retrieving SMP list succeededLooking for UsersList
User List is empty in MigrationInfo from MP.
List of RestoreClientIDs include GUID:xxxxx
List of Users include ''.
Successfully processed response from MP.
Contacting available state migration points to service capture request
!saSMPList.empty(), HRESULT=80004005 (smpclient.cpp,1558)
No state migration points are available to service request.
pClientRequestToSMP->Execute(migInfoFromMP.saSMPs), HRESULT=80004005 (smpclient.cpp,2702)
ExecuteCaptureRequestToSMP(migInfoFromMP), HRESULT=80004005 (smpclient.cpp,2757)
ExecuteCaptureRequest(), HRESULT=80004005 (main.cpp,76)
OSDSMPClient finished: 0x00004005
ExecuteCaptureRequestSMP failed (0x80004005).
ExecuteCaptureRequest failed (0x80004005).

searching the inter-web led me to the existence of 'Fallback Boundary Group Relationships' for a set boundary group which turns out to be the case because when i disable the relationships the deployment process the 'Request User State Storage' with no issue.

now my question is, is there some sort of logic, variable that i can include as a task sequence step that would IGNORE 'Fallback Boundary Group Relationships' entries for a set boundary group for the State Migration Point?

 

thank you in advance for any and all help.

Edited by ok-schl

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