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Computer automaticly restart during OSD

Posted on 2009-05-06
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Dear all,

I have System Center Configuration Manager with SP1 R2 Server with Microsoft
SQL Server 2008 installed on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 64 bit.

I configure OSD, and create a task sequence for new computer sceanrio, I
also add Network Drive package to Boot image.

The issue is,
after booting, computer receive IP from DHCP and Connect to SCCM Server,
after loading SCCM Background will display with pop up message describe the
after 180 sec a new os will install and you will lose date... press Yes to
continue.
after Pressing yes, Machine will freeze for 30 sex appr then restart
automaticly.

Please advise and help
Thanks
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by:Adam Leinss
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There should be a directory that gets created during OSD, either C:\minint or C:\ _SMSTaskseqence and within that directory there should be a process log.  This should tell you what is happening.
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HayesJupe earned 500 total points
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smsts.log is the centre of all task sequence troubleshooting!
Depending on the stage of build, this could be stored in a few places, including...
X:\Windows\Temp
X:\SMS
C:\_SMSTaskSequence
C:\Windows\system32\logs
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by:Abduljalil Abou Alzahab
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Thanks for support, I already check SMSTS.LOG and found where is the problem, Network account was not correct.

Thanks for advise
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