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MDT 2008 Deployment Error

I'm trying to do a very basic deployment using MDT 2008.  It goes through much of the deployment and then after restarting, continues for a minute or two and then throws this error:

ERROR - ZTITatoo state restore task should be running in the full OS, aboring
ZTIERROR - Non-zero return code by ZTITatoo, rc = 1
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#Environment Error! Please restart wizard again!
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ZTIERROR - Non-zero return code by ZTIApplications, rc = 1
Non-zero return code executing command "X:\Deploy\Tools\X86\TsmBootstrap.exe" /env:SAContinue, rc = -2147467259


It mentions log files, where are the log files for MDT2008 located?  Has anyone encountered this error before?  How should I go about troubleshooting it?  Thanks
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James HaywoodCommented:
Log files are usually located at C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS or C:\Temp\SMSOSD  or C:\SMSOSD

It looks like there is a problem with an application rather than the OS as the ZTIApplications script is throwing up an error. Are you deploying any applications? if so which ones?
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crl0901Author Commented:
The only application I'm deploying is Office 2003.
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James HaywoodCommented:
Have you tried deploying the OS without office or deploying office on its own?
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crl0901Author Commented:
Not yet, but I will tomm.  How come it says ZTI on all those?  We're doing an LTI.
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crl0901Author Commented:
So, I removed the Applications step in my Task Sequence and MDT finished saying that the deployment was successful.  Upon reboot, I did not boot from the disc.  I was brought to a blue Windows Setup screen, asking me to select a folder to install Windows.  Why is it doing this?  I used Windows XP disc to create my Operating System entry in MDT 2008, is that why?
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crl0901Author Commented:
Also, I noticed another thing.  In my Operating System properties, it shows the size as 0.  Is that normal?  I've attached a pic to show you what I'm talking about.
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James HaywoodCommented:
The Operating System properties are fine - they are exactly the same as mine.

You need to take a look at your task sequence for deploying XP. You need to insert a file to fix a bug (see  http://thelazyadmin.com/blogs/thelazyadmin/archive/2007/05/24/building-a-windows-xp-image-in-bdd-2007-part-1.aspx). You shouldn't need to do too much just to push out the OS but make sure the client has 512 Ram minimum.
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crl0901Author Commented:
Well, I got it to work.  I took out the Tatoo and Install Application steps.  It went through it's copying and stuff and a window popped up saying the deployment was successful.  Upon restart, I was brought to a blue Windows setup screen, like you'd see if you booted from an XP disc.  It then asked me to copy down the setup files (which I thought it did earlier) and then it went into the standard setup mode, except it was unattended.  I guess I was under the impression that after the LTI disc was done doing it's thing, it'd boot to the XP image's desktop.  

Now I gotta get the Applications to work.  Think that registry fix would be related to Applications erroring out?
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