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Problems deploying languagepacks during PXE?

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First of all I will start with a quote from Niall:

 

"Before starting make sure you upgrade to MDT 2010 Update 1"

 

When this is done make sure you create your MDT Package correctly..

The correct way is by letting a custom MDT task Sequence create the package for you.

 

If you do what i did it will not work.

I installed MDT 2010 Update1 to E:\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

 

I then opened "E:\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\Templates\Distribution" and made a package of the content, because these are the MDT script i need right?

Doing it this way will work until you decide you want to try language packs or offline patches.

 

Then you will start getting these messages in your ZTIpatches.log

FAILURE (Err): 76:Copy Folder: C:\_SMSTaskSequence\WDPackage\Servicing\X64 toC:\_SMSTaskSequence\Servicing - Path not found

 

ZTI ERROR -Unhandled error returned by ZTIPatches: The system cannot find the filespecified.
(-2147024894 0x80070002)

 

SMSTS.log returned this error:

 

Failed to run the action: Install Language Packs Offline.
The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)

 

This happens because if you copy the bits from the installationdir of MDT then the servicing folder will be missing.

 

Dont make a package of this dir:

 

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A proper MDT package:

 

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Hopefully this will help someone cool.gif

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