Task Sequence Deployment SCCM 2012 sp2

Trying to Deploy a New task sequence in SCCM after upgrading from sp1 to sp2 and doesn't deploy task sequences anymore. Have looked at logs on the client machine with no help there.
Evan HinesAsked:
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:

We need more clues than that. SCCM R2? What is the task sequence doing - an OS or just a task?
Do apps deploy OK? Do you have an error code? Is the content distributed?


Tom CoxCommented:
You may need to update your boot images by creating new ones? Otherwise can you provide some more information? How about creating a new, fairly blank, task sequence to deploy a simple script and see if that works?

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Evan HinesAuthor Commented:
- as stated above its 2012 sp2.
- not sure why the task sequence wouldn't deploy, but appears tom is on the right track. I did find an article that said to load a new boot image. After that I had to import drivers into it. I still had an issue, and this time it wasn't getting to the boot image. I then found that I had to mess with DHCP and point it at the correct boot file, which I didn't have to do before. After that I was able to boot and get the task sequence to start.
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
I know you specified SP2 but there are many more flavours available. See the table here:


Good call on Tom's part.
Evan HinesAuthor Commented:
there is no r2 sp2 so I don't understand where the confusion is.
Evan HinesAuthor Commented:
Tom Initially pointed me in the right direction. I then figure the rest out from there.
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