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I am having issues with a Task Sequence executing a runbook,

I have created a Task Sequence with 1 step to "execute runbook" and I get error 0x4005(16389).

the runbook kicks off a series of task to prep the machine for a MIP to windows 7.

 

Does the machine I am running the TS from need permissions to execute runbooks in Orch or a system account?

 

I have attached the smsts logs and 2 screen shots of the errors.

 

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<![LOG[input Error: Can not find script file "C:\WINDOWS\system32\%DeployRoot%\Scripts\ZTIExecuteRunbook.wsf".]LOG]!><time="16:54:15.360-180" date="07-23-2013" component="InstallSoftware" context="" type="1" thread="640" file="runcommandline.cpp:34">

 

 

Check the path in your task sequence step that executes ZTIExecuteRunbook.wsf, seems to be looking for it in the wrong place.

 

Are you running "Use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Package" before executing the script?

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<![LOG[input Error: Can not find script file "C:\WINDOWS\system32\%DeployRoot%\Scripts\ZTIExecuteRunbook.wsf".]LOG]!><time="16:54:15.360-180" date="07-23-2013" component="InstallSoftware" context="" type="1" thread="640" file="runcommandline.cpp:34">

 

 

Check the path in your task sequence step that executes ZTIExecuteRunbook.wsf, seems to be looking for it in the wrong place.

 

Are you running "Use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Package" before executing the script?

No I am not running the MDT package. Should I run the MDT package 1st?

I am new to incorporating the runbooks into a TS

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No I am not running the MDT package. Should I run the MDT package 1st?

I am new to incorporating the runbooks into a TS

 

Yes put that step first before running any scripts from %deployroot% .

 

 

You beat me to send. :-)

Edited by teamfox201

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