I’ve been working on getting several VMs exported from a single, stand-alone Hyper-V server to a Hyper-V Failover Cluster. When running the Import Wizard in the cluster I kept getting a general permission denied error. Searching the internet turned up nothing. And a post in one of the forums only turned up a couple of work-arounds.
I recently ran into a problem where I needed to uninstall WSUS and start over again. While attempting to uninstall WSUS I received a notice that the uninstall did not complete successfully, and a check of the event logs revealed the rather cryptic error 1603.
A bit of Googling turned up the following post: http://davidvielmetter.com/tricks/wsus-wont-uninstall-or-re-install/ by David Vielmetter.
The long and short of it is to open RegEdit, go to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Update Services\Server\Setup and ensure that the two keys wYukonInstalled and SqlInstanceIsRemote are both set to zero.
After that you should be good to go, and the uninstall should complete successfully.
I’ve been playing around a lot with PowerShell recently, as I’ve been doing mostly System Administration work in a Windows environment. I have a script that I use to check the servers I’m responsible for, and generate a HTML report from the results. [Read more…] about PowerShell Gotcha
So I’ve been banging my head against a wall for the last week, trying to get USMT to work in a PC refresh scenario, using hardlinking as explained here, but I kept running into the same error, over and over and over again. When ever the task sequence got to the Release State Store step, it would error out with a 0x00004005 error. [Read more…] about SCCM 2007 USMT Release State Store Error 0X00004005
Below are some fixes for the most common SCCM 2007 OSD errors that I have encountered, I hope they help you some.
If you receive a TFTP error that a file was not found while PXE booting or No Error but PXE displays PXE-M0F: Exiting…: