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The following Step by Step 3 part guide to Deploying Windows Server 2008 using SCCM 2007 covers all the steps necessary to get you up and running in no time at all, screenshots and helpful text show you how to do IT including preconfiguring roles such as Active Directory (ADDS) and DNS.

 

 

 

This 3 part guide is aimed at those of you who can succesfully deploy applications (such as Microsoft Office or Firefox) and Operating Systems (such as Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP sp3. You'll need to be familiar with Microsoft SMS or SCCM and understand what packages, advertisements and collections mean, the guide will however link you to other guides to bring you every step of the way down the entire path.

 

 

Part 1.

 

 

* Add new Operating System Install Package

* Import new Task Sequence

 

 

Part 2.

 

* Create and then Update distribution points for the MDT Server packages

* Editing the Task Sequence

* Adding Server Roles and Features

 

Part 3.

 

* Create a new collection

* Advertise the Task sequence to a collection

* Add server to collection

* Set the IP address as a variable

* The Deployment

* Troubleshooting PXE errors

 

The guide above has taken a lot of time to document and I'm quite sure that you will find it helpful (lots of screenshots of every step..)

good luck,

 

cheers

anyweb

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Hello,

 

I am fighting with Windows Server 2008 Image capture now as I had finally with the huge help of Torsten made the capture of Vista Image sucessfull.

For Windows Server 2008 I am still getting the error 0x0000032 I had, have, will have verify the accounts and passord but still the same error... anything specific to Windows Server 2008?

 

I started with http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=562 to create the image and capture it.

Now as I am still failing on the capture I have reduced the TS to "Prepare ConfigMgr Client for Capture" (no settings), "Prepare Windows for Capture" (Nothing checked) and "Capture Operating System Image with :

Destination: \\CONFIGMGRSRV\Imaging\Capture\W2K08.wim

Account: AD\SVCCONFIGMGRSRV

 

Even simplified as is it fails the same way...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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An update of where I am on the try to capture a Windows Server 2008 image ... it is still failing ...

 

I posted on technet and myitforum as well but so far I'm in a loop...

 

main question the TS should it be available to Boot Media?

should I boot from CD or HD? Should I wait the ad to come on the workstation?

 

As the machine is disjoined from the domain to allow sysprep to run there is something wrong in my approach... but I could not find what :(:unsure:

 

Agree on sysprep so I was waiting and even doing a 'Initiate Action' on 'Machine Policy Retrieval and Evaluation Cycle' which should retrieve the policy faster anyway... but nothing happened. I will delete the advertisment again and recreate it ...

Yes 'Polling Interval' is still the default 60 minutes.

 

What do you call 'Client Center'? The 'Configuration Manager Properties' --> 'Actions' tab on the Client? the 'Run Advertised Programs' on the Client? the 'smscliui.log' file? something else? Now it is Friday, May 29,2009 9:15 a.m. it is over 12 hours the ad has been created and still nothing on the workstation... Which Log Files should I look for more information as nothing is going on even after re-advertising the TS?

 

As nothing seems to work properly I need to ask some basic questions:

- The Task Sequence has been advertised as defined above:

. should I boot from the CD? ('Make this task sequence available to boot media and PXE' is checked in the Advertisment Properties)

. should I wait for the TS to appear in the 'Run Advertised Programs'? (Schedule is set to 'As sson as possible' - 'Allow users to run the Program independently of assigments' is unchecked - 'Show the Task Sequence Progress' is checked

 

Boot from CD: 'Failed to Run Task Sequence' there are no task sequences available for this computer --> Click Finish to reboot Boot from HD: ' No task appears in the Run Advertisment Programs maybe due to the box unchecked 'Allow users to run the Program independently of assigments' but yesterday at least it was showing before I removed the workstation from the domain... It seems I am missing at least one step but i couldn't find which one?

 

I went to the client and checked:

- Configuration Manager > Advanced Tab there is no Site

If I use 'Configure Settings" to assign a site and run 'Discover' I am getting an error 'Automatic site discovery was unsucessful'

in the locationservice.log I have some information:

LSGetAssignedSiteFromDirectories LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetGPSiteCode LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetGPSiteCode: Failed to Get Site Code from Group Policy Reg key [software\Microsoft\SMS\Mobile Client] (80070002) LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSJoinedToADDomain LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetAssignedSiteFromSLP LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetSLP LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetSLPFromRegistry LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetSLPFromRegistry: Failed to get SLP from Registry (80004005) LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSJoinedToADDomain LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSWinsResolveSMSName LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

AddSLPToList LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

Adding SLP [10.2.19.240] in the list LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSBuildSLPUrlString LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetADSiteName LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

Unable to retrieve AD site membership LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

[CCMHTTP] HTTP ERROR: URL=http://10.2.19.240/sms_slp/slp.dll?site&ip=10.2.231.0&ir=10.2.231.24, Port=80, Protocol=http, SSLOptions=0, Code=0, Text=CCM_E_BAD_HTTP_STATUS_CODE LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

Raising event:

 

instance of CCM_CcmHttp_Status

{

DateTime = "20090529171757.609000+000";

HostName = "10.2.19.240";

HRESULT = "0x8004027e";

ProcessID = 3956;

StatusCode = 404;

ThreadID = 3964;

};

LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetAssignedSiteFromSLP: GetURLSyncInStringEx failed with Error (8004027E) LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetAssignedSiteFromSLP : No site code returned from SLP LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 3964 (0x0F7C)

LSGetHomeMPFromWMI LocationServices 5/29/2009 10:17:57 AM 4004 (0x0FA4)

 

My issue with this log is that the 10.2.19.240 is refering to the primary parent site MED not the primary child site SRV i'm working on...

 

I checked the registry:

HKLM > Software > Microsoft > SMS > Mobile Client > AssignedSiteCode is set to SRV which is correct There is a SLP on SRV site not on MED site

 

I tried on another workstation where I was able to get the site code within Configuration manager > Advanced tab and run a sucessful discovery. Still the same issue the advertise ts does not show up... after two hours... even doing a 'Initiate Action' on 'Machine Policy Retrieval and Evaluation Cycle'

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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where did you create the cd ? I assume that you created it on the other primary server or within that boundary, or not ?

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where did you create the cd ? I assume that you created it on the other primary server or within that boundary, or not ?

 

On the primary child server SRV. So I should boot from the CD not from the harddrive, isn't it?

It is the same CD i am using for the build and capture which is working well....

I used also this CD for Vista and it works as well only for the build and capture...

 

As the sysprep works only when the workstation is disjoined from the domain and I could get the task to the workstation only when the workstation is joined to the domains there is something confuse at these steps...

 

the error so far is 0x00000032 (no more 0x000004 so unpredictable) when displaying the step:

"Running Action: Install deployment Tools"

 

I noticed a file under c:\windows\systems32\sysprep\sysprep_suceeded (TAG File) on both Clients what is it referencing to? it is the date/time I ran the sysprep ... so is it the next step which is failing...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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Reviewing the sysprep it seems failing by itself...

I used the Windows Image System Manager and opened the install.wim from the Windows Server 2008 Std. and Ent. Eds. x86 through Tools > Create Catalog and I am getting an error:

 

4:22 PM :

4:22 PM : Windows System Image Manager execution failed.

4:22 PM :

4:22 PM : System.Reflection.TargetParameterCountException: Parameter count mismatch.

at System.Windows.Forms.Control.MarshaledInvoke(Control caller, Delegate method, Object[] args, Boolean synchronous)

at System.Windows.Forms.Control.Invoke(Delegate method, Object[] args)

at Microsoft.ComponentStudio.Common.ErrorReporting.ShowErrorConfirmation(Form owner, String message, Exception ex, String caption, MessageBoxButtons buttons, MessageBoxDefaultButton defaultButton, String servicingPath)

at Microsoft.ComponentStudio.CatalogGenerator.CreateCat(ProgressDialog pd, Object o)

at Microsoft.ComponentStudio.Controls.ProgressDialog.ThreadProc()

at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)

at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart()

 

Could it be the source of my issues...

Should I use another file install.wim?

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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One more from :( MICROSOFT :(:(:(:(

Because of the changes in the servicing stack in Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 (SP1) and Windows Server 2008, Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM) cannot create catalog files for some Windows images of different architecture types. The following list describes the Image Manager architecture types and catalogs that can be created for each one.

 

x86 Windows SIM:

Can create catalogs for x86, x64, and Itanium-based Windows images.

 

x64 Windows SIM:

Can create catalogs only for x64 Windows images.

 

Itanium-based Windows SIM:

Can create catalogs only for Itanium-based Windows images.

 

So the SCCM Server is Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard x64 Edition Service Pack 2 .... and Windows System Image Manager 6.0.6001.18000 is it viable? is it x86 or x64 for WSIM how to know?

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Hi Any,

 

Sorry my mistake (I know you'll say again...!!! =:)

I was using 'Open Answer File' instead of 'Select Windows Image'

 

Thanks.... in progress...

- Dom

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good luck, and read my windows SIM posts to get a better overview of how it all works..

 

it's a confusing area to say the least

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good luck, and read my windows SIM posts to get a better overview of how it all works..

 

it's a confusing area to say the least

 

As I am doing or at least trying a CAPTURE ONLY with the TS steps below:

1)- Install Deployment Tools

Sysprep

2)- Prepare ConfigMgr Client for Capture

3)- Prepare OS

4)- Restart Computer

"The currently installed default operating system." is checked.

5)- Capture Operating System Image

 

The error 0x00000032 seems to be as Jason said 'file in use' but I am the only one working on configuration manager and the test machine is on my desk...

Which file could be in use???

The error is shown when the 'Install Deployment Tools' is displayed on the screen after may be 30 seconds... so it could be the one involved in the issue or the next one...

 

For the sysprep I am using a package in the folder \\server name\Sysprep on the sccm folder where I have copied sysprep.exe, sysprep.xml, setupcl.exe (as well as on the test machine these files under the folder C:\sysprep). The package on the SCCM server is the one used in step one 'Install Deployment Tools' The command line for the program in the pacakage on the server is 'sysprep /generalize /oobe /shutdown /unattend:sysprep.xml'

 

Something should be wrong as it always fails...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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ATTENTION

this is a try on STEP3 to deploy (the image not to capture which is still failing...")

 

Hello,

 

I have advertised a TS using the full process http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=562

But when booting on the Client Server it does not see the TS...

 

If I checked the collection the Server is in, the Task Sequence is under the Advertise Tab of the properties...

 

There is nothing in the smstslog (attached)

 

Where to look for more information?

Thanks,

- Dom

smstslog_trn3.zip

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ATTENTION

this is a try on STEP3 to deploy (the image not to capture which is still failing...")

 

Hello,

 

Could it something due tio the Client Unassigned?

if so why is it unassigned as it is showing with a Cleint and site code on the SCCM Site Server?

 

Action: Discovery Data Collection Cycle smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:14 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

Action: MSI Product Source Update Cycle smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:14 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

Action: Standard File Collection Cycle smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:14 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

WARNING - Client is currently unassigned or an error occurred retrieving the assigned site. GetAssignedSite() returned : 0X0 smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:14 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CP Site Assignment Options set to smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:14 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CP Cache Options set to smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:16 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

wszMonikerName Elevation:Administrator!new:{7DBDD3CA-11BD-406C-9EE4-B0AAE170EE2E}, error: 0x0 smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:16 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CP Site Assignment Options set to smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:17 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

wszMonikerName Elevation:Administrator!new:{9967A433-A640-4A56-8C3D-D8E8F95FF8F3}, error: 0x0 smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:17 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

WARNING - Client is currently unassigned or an error occurred retrieving the assigned site. GetAssignedSite() returned : 0X80040002 smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:17 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CP Site Assignment Options set to smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:17 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CP Cache Options set to smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:17 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

Attempt to auto discover site has failed. Error: 0X40002 smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:21 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

Received CCliCfgPropSheet::OnDestroy notification smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:23 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:23 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

CCliCfgControlPanel::OnExit smscliui 6/2/2009 12:09:23 PM 3528 (0x0DC8)

SMS_Authority not configured LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:26:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI : Site code returned from WMI is <> LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:26:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSRefreshSiteCode LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetGPSiteCode LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetGPSiteCode: Failed to Get Site Code from Group Policy Reg key [software\Microsoft\SMS\Mobile Client] (80070002) LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

ProcessPendingSiteAssignment LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetAutoAssignFlagFromWMI LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSRefreshManagementPoint LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

SMS_Authority not configured LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI : Site code returned from WMI is <> LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:31 PM 2120 (0x0848)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:36 PM 3016 (0x0BC8)

SMS_Authority not configured LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:36 PM 3016 (0x0BC8)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI : Site code returned from WMI is <> LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:36 PM 3016 (0x0BC8)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:58 PM 2436 (0x0984)

SMS_Authority not configured LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:58 PM 2436 (0x0984)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI : Site code returned from WMI is <> LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:58 PM 2436 (0x0984)

LSGetSiteCodeFromWMI LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:59 PM 3180 (0x0C6C)

SMS_Authority not configured LocationServices 6/2/2009 12:36:59 PM 3180 (0x0C6C)

 

Thanks,

Dom

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has it run the task sequence already ? if so it will ignore the advertisement if it is set to Never rerun..

 

you could use right-click tools or Roger Zanders SCCM client center to rerun the advertisement (very useful in a testing environment)

 

cheers

anyweb

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has it run the task sequence already ? if so it will ignore the advertisement if it is set to Never rerun..

 

you could use right-click tools or Roger Zanders SCCM client center to rerun the advertisement (very useful in a testing environment)

 

cheers

anyweb

 

it is a new TS so it should not have run already the TS...

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it is a new TS so it should not have run already the TS...

 

it seems there was a firewall issue along the path at least . Now I turned off the firewall before processing ... but still not working the Client did not catch the TS!!!

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it seems there was a firewall issue along the path at least . Now I turned off the firewall before processing ... but still not working the Client did not catch the TS!!!

smsts__2_.zip

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from your log

 

Netbios name: Unknown

 

and

 

Client is unprovisioned

 

and

 

No assigned task sequence.

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from your log

 

 

 

and

 

 

 

and

 

Yes I had this but as I am able to resolved the firewall (and DNS) now I can do a NSLookup both ways, ping both ways everything is fine... so why the Netbios name could be unknown?

 

The machine is known from the SCCM Console, I added with the Discovery Active Directory System then Computer Association (OSD) by the Mac Address and everything came up supposedly fine as have the HW Inventory done, the Client installed. I noticed the Client has Configuration manager but so far I see only Machine Policy and Evaluation Cycle and User Policy and Evaluation Cycle under the Actions tab of the Client!!! should I wait for the others to appear and try to process later...

 

As the machine was previously used on another site server I did:

- Delete the Client on the machine: ccmsetup /uninstall

- Delete the machine from the previous server

- Add the boundaries to the new server

 

What did I miss?

If a boundary is set like this:

10.2.231.0 (Full IP Subnet)

10.2.231.0 - 10.2.231.23 (IP Range)

which one overwrite the other??? I might have to remove the full subnet, isn't it?

 

any ideas?

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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Thanks,

Dominique

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Yes I had this but as I am able to resolved the firewall (and DNS) now I can do a NSLookup both ways, ping both ways everything is fine... so why the Netbios name could be unknown?

 

The machine is known from the SCCM Console, I added with the Discovery Active Directory System then Computer Association (OSD) by the Mac Address and everything came up supposedly fine as have the HW Inventory done, the Client installed. I noticed the Client has Configuration manager but so far I see only Machine Policy and Evaluation Cycle and User Policy and Evaluation Cycle under the Actions tab of the Client!!! should I wait for the others to appear and try to process later...

 

As the machine was previously used on another site server I did:

- Delete the Client on the machine: ccmsetup /uninstall

- Delete the machine from the previous server

- Add the boundaries to the new server

 

What did I miss?

If a boundary is set like this:

10.2.231.0 (Full IP Subnet)

10.2.231.0 - 10.2.231.23 (IP Range)

which one overwrite the other??? I might have to remove the full subnet, isn't it?

 

any ideas?

 

Thanks,

- Dom

-

Thanks,

Dominique

Hello,

 

NSLOOKUP works fine both ways(SCCM Server to Client & Client to SCCM Server)

C:\WINDOWS\system32\CCM\Cache is empty is it normal?

Control Panel > Configuration Manager > Actions contains only

Machine Policy Retrieval & Evaluation Cycle

User Policy Retrieval & Evaluation Cycle

 

Hardware Inventory is correct

Software Inventory remains empty and Last Scan is blank

 

....

Should I delete the machine again from the console and do a discover + install client + computer association etc...

 

the site is correct with SRV where should I look for the issue...Netbios name: unkown...

 

from the smscliui...

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:06 PM 2224 (0x08B0)

Common Client Agent Settings for the client are missing from WMI. smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:08 PM 2256 (0x08D0)

Software Distribution Site Settings for the client are missing from WMI. smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:08 PM 2256 (0x08D0)

Software Distribution Site Settings for the client are missing from WMI. smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:09 PM 2256 (0x08D0)

Advertising 0 scripts in RAP smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:09 PM 2256 (0x08D0)

Common Client Agent Settings for the client are missing from WMI. smscliui 6/2/2009 5:28:09 PM 2256 (0x08D0)

Site is in mixed mode. Internet tab will not be displayed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:41:05 AM 1956 (0x07A4)

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:41:18 AM 1956 (0x07A4)

Site is in mixed mode. Internet tab will not be displayed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:44:49 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

Current Assigned Site: SRV smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:26 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

wszMonikerName Elevation:Administrator!new:{7DBDD3CA-11BD-406C-9EE4-B0AAE170EE2E}, error: 0x0 smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:27 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

wszMonikerName Elevation:Administrator!new:{9967A433-A640-4A56-8C3D-D8E8F95FF8F3}, error: 0x0 smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:28 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

Current Assigned Site: SRV smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:28 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

SMS Site code has not been changed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:36 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

The schedule remains disabled smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:36 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

SMS Site code has not been changed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:38 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

The schedule remains disabled smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:38 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:38 AM 3644 (0x0E3C)

Site is in mixed mode. Internet tab will not be displayed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:44 AM 1248 (0x04E0)

Perform Action: Request & Evaluate Machine Policy - {8EF4D77C-8A23-45c8-BEC3-630827704F51}. Message sent, id={C871449B-E04D-4560-9A9C-938F88A6B4D6} smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:48 AM 988 (0x03DC)

The schedule remains disabled smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:50 AM 1248 (0x04E0)

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:51:50 AM 1248 (0x04E0)

Site is in mixed mode. Internet tab will not be displayed. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:57:01 AM 3184 (0x0C70)

Perform Action: Request & Evaluate Machine Policy - {8EF4D77C-8A23-45c8-BEC3-630827704F51}. Message sent, id={D51C1A09-EF83-4E76-A3C9-2FB9B845A717} smscliui 6/3/2009 10:57:05 AM 2728 (0x0AA8)

Perform Action: Request & Evaluate User Policy - {3A88A2F3-0C39-45fa-8959-81F21BF500CE}. Message sent, id={38A5C6FF-539C-48B1-93FE-21AB38B40FDD} smscliui 6/3/2009 10:57:07 AM 2728 (0x0AA8)

The schedule remains disabled smscliui 6/3/2009 10:57:09 AM 3184 (0x0C70)

CCliCfgDcmPage::FreeCallback - Detection Job is null. smscliui 6/3/2009 10:57:09 AM 3184 (0x0C70)

 

HKLM > Software > Microsoft > SMS > Mobile Client > AssignedSiteCode contains SRV the correct site

 

it seems my error is:

sending with winhttp failed; 80072ee7 TSMBootstrap 6/3/2009 12:46:08 PM 1952 (0x07A0)

it is received on

CLibSMSMessageWinHttpTransport::Send: URL: CONFIGMGRSRV.AD.MEDCTR.UCLA.EDU:80 CCM_POST /ccm_system/request TSMBootstrap 6/3/2009 12:46:08 PM 1952 (0x07A0)

 

what is this?

 

Thanks

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II tried the same TS on three machines:

- XP picked the TS but failed later with 0x80004005 (smsts.log per attachment) --> incorrect site code???

- Vista did not picked the TS --> I am reimaging this machine

- W2K08 did not picked the TS --> incorrect site code...??? DTS instead of SRV

all machines have been moved from the old site DTS to the new site SRV but did not get the new site code why?

 

The three machines except their OS are supposdely the same...

- Same hardware

- Same Subnet

- Same NIC

 

Any idea is welcome...

Thanks,

- Dom

smsts.zip

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I tried the same TS on three machines:

- XP picked the TS but failed later with 0x80004005 (smsts.log per attachment) --> incorrect site code???

- Vista did not picked the TS --> I am reimaging this machine

- W2K08 did not picked the TS --> incorrect site code...??? DTS instead of SRV

all machines have been moved from the old site DTS to the new site SRV but did not get the new site code why?

 

The three machines except their OS are supposdely the same...

- Same hardware

- Same Subnet

- Same NIC

 

Any idea is welcome...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

 

As I have nothing working anymore I will start with a basic question:

- How many boot image I need for:

. Hardwares: DC7700, DC7800, DL580

. Operating Systems: XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003. Windows Server 2008

. Network cards: HP NC380T PCIeDP Multifunc Gig Adapter, NC370iMultifunction Gigabit Server Adapter, Intel 82566DM, Intel® PRO/1000 PT Dual Port Connection, etc...

 

- NIC Drivers: What is the best practices to add NIC Drivers:

1. Computer Management > OSD > Drivers

2. Add the driver to Computer Management > OSD > Boot Images > Properties > WinPE Tab

3. Update Distribution Point for the Boot Image

4. Should I recreate a new CD?

4. Should I run from the Old CD create by Computer Management > OSD > Task Sequence > Create Task Sequence Media > Bootable Media?

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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As I have nothing working anymore I will start with a basic question:

- How many boot image I need for:

. Hardwares: DC7700, DC7800, DL580

. Operating Systems: XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003. Windows Server 2008

. Network cards: HP NC380T PCIeDP Multifunc Gig Adapter, NC370iMultifunction Gigabit Server Adapter, Intel 82566DM, Intel® PRO/1000 PT Dual Port Connection, etc...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

 

I was able to change the site to the correct one on only one machine using the script of Kent Agerlund thanks Kent.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------You don't need to reinstall the client, you can reassign the site code on the clients. You can use this script to change the code, just replace CT1 with your own sitecode. Test it on a single client and let us know if it didn't work.

 

 

Dim oSMSClient

Dim oUIResManager

Dim oUIResource

 

set oSMSClient = CreateObject ("Microsoft.SMS.Client")

set oUIResManager = createobject("UIResource.UIResourceMgr")

Set oUIResource = CreateObject("UIResource.UIResourceMgr")

Set objCacheInfo = oUIResource.GetCacheInfo

Set oCache=oUIResManager.GetCacheInfo()

 

if Err.Number <>0 then

wscript.echo "Could not create SMS Client Object - quitting"

end if

 

'Assign client to Servername

oSMSClient.SetAssignedSite "CT1",0

 

set oSMSClient=nothing

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

But one is failing with error code 80041003 which seems to be a permissions issue... let me review it...

 

Local Administrators & ConfigMgr Remote Control Users are the same I will continue to chek on the DCOM ...

 

DCOM has been updated to reflect the same permissions:

. Default Properties

- Default Authentication Level: Connect

- Default Inpersonation level: Identify

COM Security:

Access permissions:

- Everyone: Local Access, Remote Access

- ANONYMOUS LOGON: Local Access, Remote Access

Launch and Activation permission

- Everyone: Local Launch, Local Activation

- ConfigMgr Remote Control Users: Local Launch, Local Activation

- Local Administrators: Local Launch, Remote Launch, Local Activation, Remote Activation

 

Both machines have the same rights and permissions so far...

 

still looking for discrepancies...

 

Thanks,

- Dom

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:(

II tried the same TS on three machines:

- XP picked the TS but failed later with 0x80004005 (smsts.log per attachment) --> incorrect site code???

- Vista did not picked the TS --> I am reimaging this machine

- W2K08 did not picked the TS --> incorrect site code...??? DTS instead of SRV

all machines have been moved from the old site DTS to the new site SRV but did not get the new site code why?

 

The three machines except their OS are supposdely the same...

- Same hardware

- Same Subnet

- Same NIC

 

Any idea is welcome...

Thanks,

- Dom

 

Good news the machine re-imaged picked the TS... bad news it fails later with an error 0x80070002...

so now I have only one machine not picking the task but still three errors:

- 0x80004005 (the site code is correct on this one now...)

- 0x80070002 let me check the new smsts.log for this new imaged machine

- do not pick the TS

 

- Should all NIC drivers be on the CD I am booting from?

- Does SCCM after booting load the NIC Drivers from the DP updated?

 

Thanks,

-Dom

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the errors i see are

 

<![LOG[unknown host (gethostbyname failed)]LOG]!><time="14:15:03.531+000" date="06-04-2009" component="TSManager" context="" type="3" thread="1456" file="libsmsmessaging.cpp:624">

 

<![LOG[hr, HRESULT=80072ee7 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\osdmessaging\libsmsmessaging.cpp,7714)]LOG]!><time="14:15:03.531+000" date="06-04-2009" component="TSManager" context="" type="0" thread="1456" file="libsmsmessaging.cpp:7714">

 

<![LOG[sending with winhttp failed; 80072ee7]LOG]!><time="14:15:03.531+000" date="06-04-2009" component="TSManager" context="" type="3" thread="1456" file="libsmsmessaging.cpp:7714">

 

<![LOG[Will retry in 5 second(s)]LOG]!><time="14:15:03.531+000" date="06-04-2009" component="TSManager" context="" type="2" thread="1456" file="libsmsmessaging.cpp:1937">

 

 

which is usually DNS related..

 

the erst of the log looks ok though, so what is the exact failure you see here ?

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the errors i see are

 

 

 

 

which is usually DNS related..

 

the erst of the log looks ok though, so what is the exact failure you see here ?

 

I re-imaged two machines and I have the same errors on them for now...

Image

Add the Administrator group containing all Service and Server Accounts

Boot from CD

Task Sequence seen

Remove CD on request

Running...

 

Task Sequence: Server Task Sequence has failed with the error code (0x80070002).

on the folowing step

Running action: Apply Operating System Image

Wiping volume C:\

 

nslookup works fine boths ways both clients.

 

Thanks,

Dominique

OPPMCCSTRN5_LOGS.zip

OPPMCCSTRN6_LOGS.zip

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