Error 80004005 Task Sequence and multiple SQL errors

Rafael Aguilar 496 Reputation points

Good afternoon Team.

When I run the sequence of tasks to clone a computer I am getting the error 80004005. I know and understand that this error code is very generic so I am sending you the log smsts.log extracted from the client machine.



Additionally all visible devices within MECM appear offline, my client tells me that most of the devices are powered on and within the organization's network.

I have the impression that the server has no communication with the devices and this leads to the failure with the TS.

What other records can I validate?



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  1. Rafael Aguilar 496 Reputation points


    I have multiple SQL errors and an error in the AD container.

    Please tell me where to start to fix the problem?

    Thank you.





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  2. Colin Ford 1,026 Reputation points

    What's the state of your CM DB SQL server?

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  3. Rafael Aguilar 496 Reputation points

    Hi Colin Thanks for replying.

    I have the following:

    Server as main site and MP.
    2. Server as DP.
    3. Server as DB.

    I remain attentive.

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  4. Colin Ford 1,026 Reputation points

    What is the state of the SQL server and disk space on server 3 (DB)? It seems like your other servers are having trouble communicating with it.

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  5. Rafael Aguilar 496 Reputation points

    There is enough space and the services are started, what connectivity tests can I do to determine why it is not communicating correctly?

    Best regards



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