Winpe does not care which volume is your primary, it will just assign letters, so if you have a Bitlocker boot partition, that will probably become C, and your OS drive However there are a couple of drivers (mobile broadband card and a fingerprint reader device) that need to be installed from a setup.exe (I believe these are known as "bad" drivers WHY OH WHY is this all so f'ing complicated?? At first glance, it looks like it's having trouble working with the E drive, which seems totally logical, as that's partition 0 on disk 0. his comment is here
OK Install drivers after OS? Once you have your switches set be sure to test manually using the cmd.exe window. This is why sometimes you have to script it after the first boot. Once the machine has been imaged and boots up it will run the script once to install all four drivers silently.
Another link: http://itechiez.com/sccm-2007/sccm-driver-structure/ Answered 02/04/2011 by: admaai Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 0 Unfortunately the "Driver" world is very different from the .exe world. Remove your modem’s driver in Device Manager. Though you may not always get an error message prior to Windows error code 50, you should take note of any errors that you do get, as they may assist you Any ideas why I'm getting the above error?
I'm just putting these packages into my OSD Task Sequence now to try my first fully automated system build from ground to "finished" I'll say that I may come back to Reinstall the modem in Device Manager. Please ensure that you have set an active partition on the boot disk before installing the operating system. Certain packages such as Windows Script Host packages are unable to be 'ran from source' if the source is defined using a URL.SolutionSet the Scheduled Tasks' Download Options to Download and
re-added them back into the task sequence and it works now. We recently received a handful of new Dell R720s and needed to lay down Windows Server 2008 x64. The request is not supported. (Error: 80070032; Source: Windows). http://www.itninja.com/question/deploying-drivers-that-require-setup This also saves disk space as you dont have to put the drivers into the DPs as packages.
RSD-Tech likes this Back to top #9 RSD-Tech RSD-Tech Newbie Established Members 8 posts Posted 21 July 2011 - 03:39 PM I'm trying to work on a HP ProBook 4525s, and This way it saves you having to remove the device and doing a pnp scan. When I looked at the SMSTS.log file on the client, it reported 'The Software must be run in full OS' In mytask sequence and had a 'Restart Computer' before thesoftware was You add a task from the OSD TS to install the software package which is just a script which copies the four driver folders locally.
Most drivers are working fine as I can extract the INF files and install these using the "Apply Driver Package" step in the sequence. click to read more The problem I am having is when deploying the image with SCCM, everything works great until a "Restart Computer" task. Then I can advertise and run the shorter Driver TS while I am testing it (I'm having quite a time getting the drivers to install properly) Once I know I have Going intothe 'Restart Computer'I forgot toselect the 'Run after restart, the currently installed operating system'.
Michael Petersen http://blog.coretech.dk/mip/ May 3rd, 2011 2:09pm Thanks. this content Please try again later. ... Average Rating 0 8057 views 02/04/2011 Software Deployment Hi Guys, First post here, hopefully I've posted in the correct place... I didn't put them there, but I'm working off a pre-built Task Sequence that either came with ConfigMgr or was setup by our install consultant...
You may want to contact the vendor for your modem and the third party dialer application to see if they have any recommendations to work with their software. Scroll to Top Do a search on the Microsoft Support page for this error and download the executable designed to resolve this problem. weblink Anyway got any suggestions for what to try next or how to troubleshoot this?
Basically they just won't work from the OSD but I managed to find a way around it. Name required Email(will not be published)(required) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Let us know if you hit quicksand.
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 hah. Is the system already booted into PE via media or PXE? Proposed as answer by IvanHR028 Thursday, June 18, 2015 9:18 PM Wednesday, March 23, 2011 5:15 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of
The network request is seen as invalid by Windows and the error message is displayed on your screen. All Places > LANDESK Systems and Security > Software Distribution > Documents Currently Being Moderated "Error 50 - The Request Is Not Supported" from Scheduled Task Version 5 Created by nick.evans If you are running the TS from within an installed version of Windows itslef, I would expect it to fail because you are attemppting to format the current system drive which check over here I hope that makes sense, thanks for the response.
I get the following error on ALL the applications I am trying to install The task sequence execution engine failed executing the action (Install Office 2007) in the group (Install Software) Create new dial-up or other network connections for third party network programs. Update: I might have miss understood the problem.. Since that generally takes so long to execute, I was wondering if its possible to separate the task sequences, so I have 1 that will install the OS to a base
Over 25 plugins to make your life easier Error.info Home Errors Software Contact Instructions To Fix Windows Error Code 50 The request is not supported. (Code 50) Home > Windows errors You do not have permission to access your ... Anyway, I needed to get these systems wiped and sent back on lease so I just went back and got it done in a few minutes with Altiris, but as I Attempting to make E:\ bootable.
Answered 02/04/2011 by: chris128 Please log in to comment Please log in to comment 0 We have around 70 different models in our environment and now use "Creating driver packages without Other recent topics Remote Administration For Windows. This would let me more rapidly test the driver installation task sequence until I can get it right and then of course re-integrate it into my deployment sequence. Thanks so much for the advice, I cant wait to get SCCM humming along on our live network once I demonstrate its powers in this lab!
Verified Product Versions LANDESK Management Suite 2016.x Symptom Cause Solution SymptomSoftware Distribution task fails with the following results:Result: The request is not supported.Return Code: 50On the client, the sdclient_task##.log shows:Windows Script Tuesday, August 10, 2010 3:25 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote This is kind of odd... Yeah? Thursday, August 12, 2010 8:47 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This is kind of odd...
I disabled it in the BIOS and BAM!!! Is it an account/permission issue, I used the same accounts I specified in my software packages but I havent modified any of the security permissions on the driver folder it created Sorry, we were unable to sign you in to the MSN Messenger at this time.