I have rather weird OSD issues we have been battling for a long while and I’m
hoping the list can help me out.
Our environment is pretty simple, a single SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 /w CU3 (Site
Version 5.00.8239.1000) server doing everything running on Server 2012.
The symptoms presented appear to contradict each other below and have been
ongoing for around 6 months. We have now upgraded to CU3 with no difference.
· OSD error code “download failed error 87d00267” or “access denied”
when client tries to download the packages
· OSD will fail on either Windows 7 x64 and Windows 8.1 x64
· Sometimes it will fail on Java or Silverlight or Adobe Reader or
other applications. Re-running an OSD will usually fail at a different
application. Disabling a package means that it fails on the next application.
· Running two machines at the same time, with the same TS can have
different results. i.e one will work and one will fail
· Always fails during an application install, i.e after WIM is applied,
drivers applied and SCCM agent is installed
· I have tried it on hardware (Lenovo P500 – Xeon with SSD and Lenovo
T460s with SSD) and VMs (Hyper-V)
· Re-Running the OSD usually has a different package that fails or it
Changes to SCCM
· I have added some new driver packs-testing confirms drivers are
working as expected. Appling or not Appling as expected.
· Changed back the TFTP setting to 4096 – only slowed PXE booting down
· Rebooted SCCM server multiple times
· Doubled CPU to 4 cores on server
· Increased RAM to 24GB – it is only using ~8GB
· Confirmed free space
· Tried a delay in the Win81 TS -
· Applied CU3
· Server is not wanting for grunt and can be monitored using 500-600mbs
network throughput to the client during WIM/driver pack download.
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