SCCM – OSD not working anymore after switching to HTTPS environment.

Kevin Burgisser 6 Reputation points

I have recently switched our ConfigMgr environment to use HTTPS communication. Since then, OSD is not working anymore. It fails at step “apply operating system” with error 0x80070002. I receive errors of type “Http result: 403”, “SendResourceRequest() failed. 80190193”, “Download() failed. 80190193" in smts.log file.

Based on my comprehension, I understand that the system will use Network Access User account to retrieve boot image at this step; the system has no operating system installed so it cannot use certificate.

Debug logs (smts.log, ...) have been uploaded to

Certificates are valid and not expired
All roles installed on the same server
Network access user configured
SQL Server : Microsoft SQL Server 2016 (SP3-CU1-GDR)
Configuration Manager 2211
IIS Version : 10.0.14393.0
Windows Authentication and anonymous authentication enabled on the default web site

Could anyone help please?

Microsoft Configuration Manager
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  1. Youssef Saad 3,406 Reputation points


    Did you switch your DP to communicate using HTTPS?

    You can take a look of the following official documentation about PKI DP & OSD requirements:


    Youssef Saad | Blog: | LinkedIn

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  2. Pavel yannara Mirochnitchenko 12,411 Reputation points MVP

    I believe you will need to re-create or re-deploy boot images, they will have that new DP cert which you didn't have before.

  3. Simon Ren-MSFT 31,911 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


    Thank you for posting in Microsoft Q&A forum.

    Agree with above replies. You will need to make sure that both your DP and IIS certificates have been assigned to the DP, then re-create and re-deploy boot images. A PXE-enabled distribution point sends this DP certificate to clients. Then the clients can connect to an HTTPS-enabled management point during the OS deployment process.

    Helpful articles for your reference:


    Deploying the Client Certificate for Distribution Points

    Deploy PKI Certificates for SCCM Step by Step Guide

    PKI for Site systems that have a distribution point installed

    Thanks for your time. Have a nice day!

    Best regards,


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