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SCCM 2007 OSD Fails with Error 80070032 – Failed to make volume bootable or The request is not supported

Written October 4th, 2012 by
Categories: SCCM
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If you’re using a 12th Generation Dell server, disable the SD Card in the BIOS.  Keep reading for how I discovered this.

We recently received a handful of new Dell R720s and needed to lay down Windows Server 2008 x64. Got everything cabled, powered them up, PXE booted from our SCCM 2007 machine, it formatted the disks, and right when it went to deploy the OS, it failed with (taken from the SCCM Console, advertisement status):

The task sequence execution engine failed executing the action (Apply Operating System) in the group (Install Operating System) with the error code 2147942450
Action output: d-x64.xml”
Not a data image
ApplyOSRetry:
TSLaunchMode: PXE
OSDUseAlreadyDeployedImage: FALSE
Searching for next available volume:
Volume E:\ is a valid target.
Found volume E:!sSystemPart.empty(), HRESULT=80004005 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\diskvolume.cpp,128)
Unable to locate a bootable volume. Attempting to make E:\ bootable.
volume.getDisk() == iBootDisk, HRESULT=80070032 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\applyos\installcommon.cpp,680)
MakeVolumeBootable( pszVolume ), HRESULT=80070032 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\applyos\installcommon.cpp,759)
ConfigureBootVolume(targetVolume), HRESULT=80070032 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\applyos\applyos.cpp,364)
System partition not set
Volume E:\ is not on the boot disk and can not be made bootable.
Failed to make volume E:\ bootable. Please ensure that you have set an active partition on the boot disk before installing the operating system.
The request is not supported. (Error: 80070032; Source: Windows). The operating system reported error 2147942450: The request is not supported.

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SCCM 2007 OSD – Failed to get client identity (80004005) and Signature Verification Failed

I’m working on importing drivers for Dell’s new 12G servers into our SCCM server for OSD. I got everything imported yesterday, added them to my boot image, created a new boot iso for use in non-PXE enabled networks, and went home for the day.

I get to work today and boot from my ISO I created yesterday and am greeted with the error 80004005, and some nondescript text stating it couldn’t pull a list of tasks. You know, the typical error that you have no idea what it actually means.

I googled it and found 80004005 is “Failed to get client identity”, and some pointed out the time being off may be the cause. I rebooted, BIOS time was maybe 30s off, so I tried again, but exported the smsts.log located in X:\windows\temp\smstslog\ via net use to my workstation. I opened that in SMS Trace, and here’s what I found:

SCCM 80004005

SCCM 80004005

Right there in RED is my error, plain as day, but what wasn’t shown to me in WinPE was the “signature varification failed”. I think it’s worthwhile to note Microsoft misspelled vErification, yup, that’s an A in theirs.

Now, if you google that, I found This Post stating they saw the error after moving their SCCM server to new hardware. We didn’t move to new hardware, we actually went from hardware to virtual, in that we P2V’d our SCCM server last night, which indeed changed the signature of the server.

I updated the boot image’s distribution point, which rebuilds it, then did a refresh for posterity. When that was 100% complete, I recreated the task sequence media boot ISO and all is well again.

Just thought I’d share!

Automated deployment script builds VM, registers in SCCM

This is a follow-up to my last post about fully automated deployment

Below is the script. After it pulls the information from you, it creates the VM, adds the second disk, sleeps for 15 seconds, pulls the MAC from the new VM, creates the computer object in SCCM, adds it to the collection, sleeps for 15 seconds, refreshes the collection, sleeps for 15 seconds, then powers on the VM. If you’ve got a mandatory OSD advertised to the collection specified, and the OSD is fully automated, it will lay down the OS and the computername will be the name you provided to the script.
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