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SCCM 2012 R2 task sequence will not run?

Posted on 2014-01-03
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Hi folks,

I am trying to run a task sequence to an Unknown computer.
It boots to WinPE but fails referencing the SCCM Client package (see ts1.jpg attached).

The Client package is there and status is fine (see ts2.jpg attached).
Any suggestions?

There are a few errors in the smsts.log file (see ts3.jpg attached).

Thanks,

romatlo
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Could it have to do with the fact that my only Boundary is based on Active Directory, instead of IP subnet maybe?

I am booting bare metal Unknown computer (not member of domain) and trying to run a task sequence on it.  See attached ts4.jpg.
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I ran a forest discovery, checking automatically create IP boundary, created boundary group, added member, then added boundary group to DP.  Now it works!
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Answered this one myself.
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