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SCCM 2012 SP1 OSD Fails

Posted on 2013-01-31
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Hi All,

Having an unforeseen issue with the Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 update.  When I try to run a task sequenced OSD that worked fine pre update it fails.  First failures were just hanging (XP) and or not completing tasks after the OS was in place (Win 7).  Now things are simply stopping with a message that "An application is requesting access to a Protected item.  MSTSLog Debug <Password> "  Where <Password> is a text box wanting a password.

Anyone have any ideas how I can get OSD going again?
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Been through the sequence and have determined that it is happening only when the Chipset Drivers are installed.  I have downloaded the latest Intel Drivers but the issue remains.  I am currently narrrowing the driver to just what is required hoping that by not making others available I may squelch the issue.
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Ended up being the chipset drivers.  I am not sure what changed other than the version of SCCM but it stopped working.  I had to use WMI query in the TS for each driver package and make sure none of the other models bled over to each other.
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