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OSD failed with captured wim file after install CU3 hotfix

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I have setup a SCCM 2012 SP1 primary site server, and every thing is work fine. Some days ago I installed CU3 package.

Now OSD will fail when using captured wim file, but succeed with using wim file from OD DVD.

I can't find out what is wrong.

 

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Setuperr.log under %windir% is empty.

Attachment is logs under _SMSTaskSequence folder

Logs.zip

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did you include any patch statement in your Setup windows and configmgr step ?

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nope it's not supported with SP1, you have to wait until R2 for that (October 18th is the GA)

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nope it's not supported with SP1, you have to wait until R2 for that (October 18th is the GA)

 

Niall, Thanks!

 

I have try some isolation on my failure. If apply driver package step is disable or change another driver package, TS can succeed.

It seems that some drivers casuse the failure, but how do I find out which driver or drivers cause it.

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The problem has been solved, it due to Microsoft updates Kernel-Mode Driver Framework version 1.11 KB2685811.

So if applied driver using new framework error occurs.

After install this KB OSD succeed.

 

Micorsoft KB article KB2685811

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