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    Question Error 0x80070057 Task Sequence Failure

    I have had this error in the past and it is usually related to boundaries. However, this time it is only this one computer, I can image other computers just fine.

    To eliminate other causes I have used the same network port, same USB Flash Drive, and added the computer to SCCM the same way I add other computers, as well as added it to the same imaging device collection. I don't believe it is a network drive issue as I get a proper IP address and can ping the SCCM server.

    I have attached the smsts.log file for your review (rename .txt extension to .log)

    Thanks you in advance for taking the time to help with this issue.
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    Hmm

    There is also another error in your SMSTS.log:


    <![LOG[Error. Received 0x80072f8f from WinHttpSendRequest.]LOG]!><time="12:07:01.097+480" date="09-05-2012" component="TSMBootstrap" context="" type="1" thread="580" file="libsmsmessaging.cpp:8887">
    This relates to CRL checking (see: Error. Recieved 0x80072f8f from WinHttpSendRequest during OSD auto apply drivers)

    Check the SCCM's certificate info for the CRL setting

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    Gatt,
    Thanks for your response. As a test to eliminate that as the issue I went into (Administration > Site Configuration > Sites > selected my site > Properties > Client Computer Communication) and unchecked "Clients check the certificate revocation list (CRL) for site systems". After that I made a new USB Flash Drive and tried imaging but I still receive the 0x80070057 error message. So this at least is not the root cause unless there is some place else I need to tell it not to check for CRL (as a test).

    All,
    As another test I decided to make the USB Flash Drive site-based instead of dynamic. This gives me a 0x80004005 error instead of the original error. Attached is the SMSTS.log file from this test (This test also had CRL checking off as mentioned above).
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    Is it a new pc? Is the hard drive healthy?

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    It is a used (old) PC. The hard drive should be healthy but as a double check I have started diagnostics. I will post the results here when complete.

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    I have had all sorts of weird errors with SCCM OSD, most been fixed by cleaning the disk.

    PXE boot
    Press F8
    Type Disk Part
    Type Select Disk 0
    Type Clean
    Close the command window and try again.

    Sounds odd but it has fixed the same issue as this in the past.

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    Initial Dell diagnostics show no problems. Running HDAT2 as a more thorough hard drive test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I have had all sorts of weird errors with SCCM OSD, most been fixed by cleaning the disk.

    PXE boot
    Press F8
    Type Disk Part
    Type Select Disk 0
    Type Clean
    Close the command window and try again.

    Sounds odd but it has fixed the same issue as this in the past.
    I will try this tomorrow morning after HDAT2 scan is done. I have heard many times of cleaning the USB drives for OSD deployment but never have heard of cleaning the hard drive. Excellent suggestion though.

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    Its weird, it happens, even though there is nothing wrong with the drive.

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    Alright the hard drive has 0 bad sectors. I cleaned the hard drive and even wiped the hard drive yet I still have a 0x80004005 error with Static Media and a 0x80070057 with Dynamic Media. Attached are the log files.
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    Do you have a network access account set up?

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    Is the time set correctly in the bios?

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    Quote Originally Posted by free780 View Post
    Do you have a network access account set up?
    Remember, everything else works ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Brown View Post
    Is the time set correctly in the bios?
    This was it. I cannot believe I overlooked this! I have had this issue before with imaging computers.

    Thank you all for your time and patience.

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