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SCCM OSD Task Sequence failed with error code (0x80000FFFF)

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When I boot to PXE, SCCM 2012 SP1 CU1 deploys a task sequence to my unknown computer that is new out of the box. As soon as I put the task sequence password in, I get the following error that is attached.

Can anyone help me understand why I cannot get past this step?

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THIS FIXED IT FOR ME!!!


1. In the SCCM 2012 Admin Console, under the "Software Library" --> "Operating System Images" node, right click on the Windows 7 image being deployed and choose "Properties".


2. Click on the "Images" tab.


3. Under the option "Select image you want to view:", switch between the different images (i.e., "1-1" or "2-2") that are contained in the WIM file. Determine which image, i.e. 1-1 or 2-2, contains the Windows installation. The image that contains the Windows installation will have information next to the fields "OS version", "Architecture", "HAL Type", and "Description". The non-Windows data image will not have anything next to these fields.


4. Click on the "OK button.


5. In the SCCM 2012 Admin Console, under the "Software Library" --> "Task Sequences" -->right click the affected Task Sequence and choose “Edit”.


6. In the left pane of the Task Sequence select "Partition Disk 0".


7. Double click on the first item under "Volume" to bring up the "Partition Properties".


8. In the "Partition Properties" window:


  • Under "Partition options", change the value next to "Use specific size" from 100 MB to 300 MB.
  • Under "Partition options", make sure that the option "Make this the boot partition" is set.
  • Under “Formatting options”, make sure the “Quick Format” option is selected.
  • Click on the "OK" button.

9. Double click on the second item under "Volume:" to bring up the "Partition Properties" window.


10. In the "Partition Properties" window:


  • Under "Partition options", select "Use a percentage of remaining free space" and set the field "Size(%)" to "100".
  • Under "Formatting options", make sure the "Quick Format" option is selected.
  • Click on the "OK" button.

11. Select the "Apply Operating System" task.


12. Under the "Apply operating system from a captured image" option, make sure that the "Image:" drop down menu is set to the Windows installation image as determined in Step 3 (i.e., "1-1" or "2-2").


13. Select the "Apply Data Image 1" task.


14. Under the "Select the image from this package that you want to apply. This image can not contain any operating system." option, make sure the "Image:" drop down menu is set to the non-Windows data image as determined in Step 3 (i.e. 1-1 or2-2).


15. Move the "Apply Data Image 1" task immediately BEFORE the "Apply Operating System" task, but AFTER the "Partition Disk" task.


16. Click on the "OK" button to save the changes to the Task Sequence.


The 100 MB boot partition that was captured using the Capture Media is applied first via the "Apply Data Image 1" task. This allows the "Apply Operating System" task that follows it to move on to the second partition and apply the Windows OS image to the second larger partition via the option "Next available formatted partition". If we did not include the "Apply Data Image 1" task or the "Apply Data Image 1" task is after the "Apply Operating System" task, the Task Sequence would try to apply the Windows OS image on the first smaller partition instead of the second larger partition. This would cause the "There is not enough space on the disk" since the size of the WIM image is larger than the partition size.


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