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I am trying to apply a couple fixes to our image using the "Run Command Line" in the OSD Task Sequence and it is giving me this error which I found in the smsts-date.log.

I searched for this error and didn't find much of anything on Technet. I am considering opening a case. I would appreciate any guidance.

 

 

Expand a string: smsswd.exe /run: cmd.exe /c net localgroup administrators /add SRCShell TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Expand a string: TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Command line for extension .exe is "%1" %* TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Set command line: smsswd.exe /run: cmd.exe /c net localgroup administrators /add SRCShell TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Start executing the command line: smsswd.exe /run: cmd.exe /c net localgroup administrators /add SRCShell TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------! TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Expand a string: WinPEandFullOS TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Executing command line: smsswd.exe /run: cmd.exe /c net localgroup administrators /add SRCShell TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

=======================[ smsswd.exe ] ======================= InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

PackageID = '' InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

BaseVar = '', ContinueOnError='' InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

SwdAction = '0001' InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Command line for extension .exe is "%1" %* InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Set command line: Run command line InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Working dir 'not set' InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Executing command line: Run command line InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Process completed with exit code 2 InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Command line returned 2 InstallSoftware 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 3808 (0x0EE0)

Process completed with exit code 2 TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------! TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Failed to run the action: SRCShell to Admin.

The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 00000002; Source: Windows) TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Sending status message . . . TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

Send a task execution status message SMS_TSExecution_ActionFailError TSManager 10/6/2010 10:52:33 AM 2708 (0x0A94)

 

 

Thanks,

Jason

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Hey Jason,

can you copy the attach the whole log file?

i assume your just wanting to add the SRCShell to the local admins group?

 

is the SRCShell user a domain user or do you want to add as a local user?

 

if you want to add as a local user

"net user /add SRCShell password /EXPIRES:NEVER"

"net localgroup Administrators /Administrators /add SRCShell"

 

 

if you want to add as domain user

net localgroup Administrators /add /domain SRCShell

 

 

this help out a bit?

 

we script it, and generally don't add domain users to a local admin group as it get to messy to maintain... you can add a domain group easily also

 

 

VBSCRIPT

'Beginning Of the Script

On Error Resume Next

'get main objects/variables
Set ws = WScript.CreateObject ( "WScript.Shell" )
compname = ws.ExpandEnvironmentStrings ( "%COMPUTERNAME%" )
Set adGrp = GetObject ( "WinNT://" & compname & "/Administrators,group" )

'add domain groups to local admin group
adGrp.Add ( "WinNT://DOMAIN1/Domain Admins,group" )
adGrp.Add ( "WinNT://DOMAIN2/Domain Admins,group" )

'End of the Script

 

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Here is the full log file. I have about 4 cmd's I would like to run or put into a batch file??

 

Jason

 

Hey Jason,

can you copy the attach the whole log file?

i assume your just wanting to add the SRCShell to the local admins group?

 

 

 

is the SRCShell user a domain user or do you want to add as a local user?

 

if you want to add as a local user

"net user /add SRCShell password /EXPIRES:NEVER"

"net localgroup Administrators /Administrators /add SRCShell"

 

 

if you want to add as domain user

net localgroup Administrators /add /domain SRCShell

 

 

this help out a bit?

 

we script it, and generally don't add domain users to a local admin group as it get to messy to maintain... you can add a domain group easily also

 

 

VBSCRIPT

'Beginning Of the Script

On Error Resume Next

'get main objects/variables
Set ws = WScript.CreateObject ( "WScript.Shell" )
compname = ws.ExpandEnvironmentStrings ( "%COMPUTERNAME%" )
Set adGrp = GetObject ( "WinNT://" & compname & "/Administrators,group" )

'add domain groups to local admin group
adGrp.Add ( "WinNT://DOMAIN1/Domain Admins,group" )
adGrp.Add ( "WinNT://DOMAIN2/Domain Admins,group" )

'End of the Script

smsts-20101006-105306.log

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Here's a snippet of VBScript code showing how to set the password for a local account that is being created:

 

strUsername = "JoeUser"

strPassword = "xxxxxxxxxxxx"

 

Set objNetwork = Wscript.CreateObject("WScript.Network")

Set objUserAccounts = GetObject("WinNT://" & objNetwork.ComputerName & "")

Set objUser = objUserAccounts.Create("user", strUsername)

objUser.Description = "The description info goes here"

objUser.SetPassword strPassword

objUser.SetInfo

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