Where are MDT logs stored?
Where are MDT logs stored?
MDT log files reside in C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS during the deployment process. Depending on the type of deployment being conducted, the log files are moved at the completion of the deployment to either %WINDIR%\SMSOSD or %WINDIR%\TEMP\SMSOSD.
How can I get Smsts log?
- Press F8 once in WinPE to open the command prompt.
- View the SMSTS. log file on the current system, or move it to another location for review. To view the log, type notepad x:\windows\temp\smstslog\smsts.
- VERY IMPORTANT – You must close the command prompt for the task sequence to reboot your system.
How do I view WDS logs?
To view the event logs, follow these steps:
- Open Server Manager, and then click Diagnostics.
- Click Event Viewer.
- Click Applications and Services Logs.
- Click Microsoft, click Windows, and then click Deployment-Services-Diagnostics.
Where is the Sysprep log?
Sysprep Log Files
|Unattended Windows Setup actions (OOBE)||%WINDIR%\Panther\Unattendgc|
How do I restart MDT?
To reset the process do the following.
- Step 1: F12. PXE boot as you normally would to start the MDT process.
- Step 2: F8. Once into WinPE hit F8 to bring up the command prompt.
- Step 3: Purge.
- Step 4: Deploy.
How do I access SCCM logs?
To view the logs, use the Configuration Manager log viewer tool CMTrace. It’s located in the \SMSSetup\Tools folder of the Configuration Manager source media. The CMTrace tool is added to all boot images that are added to the Software Library.
How do I know if my WDS is working?
- Go to the services page (Windows Key + R > type services. msc)
- Search for Windows Deployment Services Server.
- Check if the status is Running.
How do I check Windows Deployment Services?
- In Server Manager, click Manage.
- Click Add roles and features.
- Select Role-based or feature-based installation and choose the server to deploy WDS.
- On the Select server roles page select the Windows Deployment Services check box.
- Click Next and follow the wizard to completion.
How do I view a LOG file?
Because most log files are recorded in plain text, the use of any text editor will do just fine to open it. By default, Windows will use Notepad to open a LOG file when you double-click on it. You almost certainly have an app already built-in or installed on your system for opening LOG files.
How do I check Sysprep status?
The easiest way to determine whether or not Sysprep has run is to check the following registry location on the client machine: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\State. In this location there will be an ImageState string value.