This will give you further insight into where in the process it's failing and more direction for your troubleshooting. Performed a CLEAN on my 2tb External USB July 27, 2016 Hung at "Checking for updates…" on Windows 7 x64 July 16, 2016 "FAILURE ( 5624 ): -2147467259 0x80004005: Run DISM.." Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity stamp tool on acrobat 1 9 2h EXCH2013 Migration tasks 6 32 12d Virus Kronos 4 35 5d Windows Server 2008 hosting IBM MQ Operation aborted (Error: 80004004; Source: Windows) Failed to run the last action: Create WIM. this content
Or can it be done from local admin account without any problem? 0 Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? To launch this, you will need to establish connectivity to the deployment share and launch LiteTouch.WSF manually. That has inspired me to write about this tool in windows 7 called "Problem Steps Recorder… Windows 7 Successful Group Policy Redirection with Adobe CS3/Adobe Acrobat Pro Article by: gwickert Redirected I just want to capture an image of it now - like we did with Norton Ghost in the "good" old day (partition-to-image).If you've already done this, you can just add
Bonus tip: add "SLShare=\\server\deploymentshare$\Logs" to your config file to copy logs to your server for easier review permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Cessatrix[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(2 children)Thanks for the tips! Operation aborted (Error: 80004004; Source: Windows) Failed to run the last action: Execute Sysprep. Once the image you made is ready to be captured have the pc booted up and at the desktop. Edited Nov 23, 2014 at 2:05 UTC 1 Pimiento OP markwhittaker Nov 22, 2014 at 8:28 UTC 1st Post Generate a 32bit LiteTouch iso and try that.
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I booted the reference PC up with the capture image, and the WDS Image Capture Wizard comes up just fine. Update your deployment share and tell it to generate boot images from scratch. 3. March 17, 2016 Split GPS COM Ports using com0com and hub4com November 19, 2015 Crazy mouse issue in Windows PE October 19, 2015 SCCM 2007 WinPE not seeing CF-311xxx Toughbook USB check my blog Execution of the task sequence failed.
A mistake on my part that I did not know would have such a large effect. You won't be able to vote or comment. 234MDT/WDS Capture problems (self.sysadmin)submitted 1 year ago by CessatrixHello, I've been setting up and testing a WDS/MDT/WSUS server for a while now, and it's nearly finished. Second question, "do over" means remake your image in MDT, and make sure not to skip the sysprep and capture portion of the task sequence when making the new image.Back to Is there something specific I should be looking for in that log file?
Retarded!Am I totally off here, when I want to install a PC, work on it, sysprep it and then capture it with the intend to mass-deploy it???How do other people solve March 10, 2015 Whats the best way to query for a Toughbook from MDT/SCCM? December 21, 2014 4 Different Tools to Download Windows Updates. Remove all files from the boot folder.
By Brian Gonzalez | January 16, 2014 2 Comments ShareScenerio: Running a "Sysprep and Capture" MDT 2013 Task Sequence on an updated Windows 8.1 Enterprise VM. Task Sequence fails at the RTFM Sysadmin Jobs Official Subreddit IRC Channel - #reddit-sysadmin on irc.freenode.net Posts of pictures are not permitted. Code 0x80004005 =========================================== According to Microsoft Support, the following link describes what needs to be done to resolve this issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2797676 I followed these steps exactly and then I updated the Assists with compliance testing (HIPAA/ISO27001/PCI DSS) and system hardening.Notable pink slip stories?· 6 comments [Help]How to prevent user to use powershell?· 3 comments AD event log251 points · 48 comments Thanks sysadmins <3883 points · 205 comments It's official:
Covered by US Patent. I think there is a template for that under the standard task sequence section. ASSOCIATIONS PARTNERS Note that you'll lose your domain membership (sysprep will kill it), and any user-specific configuration (although you can use the copyprofile section of the answer file to save most of that
Also, take a look at DenialP's comment beneath mine, really good advice to get the System Center toolkit installed and use cmtrace to analyze the logs.