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SCCM2012 task sequence fails.  Error:  Failed to run task sequence (0x80004005)

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Hello all,

I need urgent help.  Faced many issues in SCCM 2012 OSD and finally i have reached a stage which is last point to start the deployment.

Client systems boots with pxe and prompts for password.  After entering password below error pops up.
Failed to run task sequence (0x80004005)

Any suggestions ?..
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Team,

I have fixed the issue.  

Verified the logs and nothing related to certificates or any other issue.

Solution:  check the date and time of client machine.  Press F8 for command prompt.  It was not in sync with sccm site server.  Manually set the date and time.  Entered the password to proceed.  Bingo,  went fine.

If anyone has the same issue try checking the time and date on client machine.
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Time sync is one one of the major issue while creating VM or build physical machine.  Which may not accept policies from deployment servers.
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