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 KB 974571 Breaks OS Deployment in ConfigMgr 2007 SP2 - Updated Minimize
Location: BlogsJohan Arwidmark    
Posted by: johan 11/5/2009

After installing KB 974571 the Request State Store action in the Task Sequence fails.  The failure occurs by a NULL value in the ConfigMgr client certificate (friendly name property).

Credit's goes to Anders Ahl for extensive troubleshooting and a new workaround...

Anyway, after installing KB 974571 you will se the following in the smsts.log file.

Failed to import the client certificate store (0x80092024) OSDSMPClient 2009-10-23 09:15:17 1856 (0x0740)
ClientRequestToMP::DoRequest failed (0x80092024). OSDSMPClient 2009-10-23 09:15:17 1856 (0x0740)
ExecuteCaptureRequestMP failed (0x80092024). OSDSMPClient 2009-10-23 09:15:17 1856 (0x0740)
ExecuteCaptureRequest failed (0x80092024). OSDSMPClient 2009-10-23 09:15:17 1856 (0x0740)

Failed to run the action: Request State Store.
Unknown error (Error: 00002024; Source: Unknown) TSManager 2009-10-23 09:15:17 340 (0x0154)


Workaround #1: Uninstall KB 974571 (patch MS09-056)

Workaround #2: Fix the Certificate

  1. On the ConfigMgr Server, start a mmc, add the Certificates snap-in, select computer account, and select the local computer. 
     
  2. Expand certificates, expand SMS, and expand certificates 
     
  3. Open the SMS Encryption Certificate, click the Details tab, click Edit Properties, and change the Friendly Name to SMS Encryption Certificate v2, click OK twice. 
     
  4. Open the SMS SMP Encryption Certificate, click the Details tab, click Edit Properties, and change the Friendly Name to SMS SMP Encryption Certificate v2, click OK twice. 
     
  5. Open the SMS Signing Certificate, click the Details tab, click Edit Properties, and change the Friendly Name to SMS Signing Certificate v2, click OK twice.

 

 

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