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MDT 2010 Error when Capturing - nott  enough disk space

Posted on 2011-03-04
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I have a perfectly configured Windows 7 Image that I want to capture.

I did a Syprep and Capture Task Sequence

And run the LiteTouch.vbs script and the task sequence I appeared so i can choose.

Entered my credentials and began the capturing.  And then it fails on the Win PE part i think and the error is Not Enough Disk Space but  my other W7 machine where the deployment workbench resides still has 50 GB of space available.

I've successfully captured a machine last week and it worked fine.  Now Im getting this error to capture.  I even deleted the previous captured image i nthe Capture folder.

Please advise.

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by:Raheman M. Abdul
ID: 35042954
Referring to: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/itprovistadeployment/thread/f7e795a9-edae-4f6e-8ed0-e17234d8e753

Need the following in customsettings.ini

ComputerBackupLocation=NETWORK
BackupShare=\\server\e$\DeploymentShare\Captures
BackupDir=%OSDComputerName%

Probably don't need the last one.
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by:Raheman M. Abdul
ID: 35042955
Then
-recreate the WIM images
- recreate the task sequences
- refresh the depolyment point with force option
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by:chudkllr
ID: 35044626
Did exactly this from that post and I even created a new Deployment Work Bench on another machine and I'm still getting the same error.  I also tried booting from the LiteTouchPEx64 disc and picked the new Sysprep and Capture Task Sequence.  

sTill the same exact error.

Please advise.

Thanks

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by:chudkllr
ID: 35044925
I forgot to add the error code.  80070070 error
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Figured it out.  I checked the logs.  It was creating the source files on the System Reserve partition that was on D drive  which was the primary partition.  I Right click on Computer - Manage  and under disk Management Disk 0 I right  click on the System Reserve and deleted it.

I ran the script again and it finished capturing successfully.
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Figured it out.
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