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SCCM User State Migration: Error 0x0004005 during User State Restore

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Scenario

  • In SCCM Build 1606, you intend a side-by-side migration with User State Migration.
  • You execute your Capture User State Task Sequence on the SOURCE machine
  • You build your TARGET Machine
  • You create a Computer Association between your SOURCE and TARGET machines in Configuration Manager Console > Asset and Compliance > User State Migration. Now you have two computer associations using the same Source Computer:
    • the one with Migration Type = In-place and Destination Computer is itself,
    • another with Migration Type = Side-by-side and Destination Computer is your intended TARGET machine (see picture below).

 

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Example of creating a Computer Association after User State Capture. I performed a User State Capture on MININT-8AA13J1, resulting in the association with In-place Migration Type. Then I created an association between MININT-8AA13J1 and OSDTEST03.  When I performed the User State Restore on OSDTEST03, it resulted in a 0x0004005 error.

 

  • You execute your Restore User State Task Sequence on the TARGET machine and get the following error.

Task Sequence: Restore User State has failed with the error code (0x00004005). Please contact your system administrator or helpdesk operator.

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Resolution

You need to create your Computer Association between the two computers before you perform the user state capture on the SOURCE machine.

Sorry guys, not too many screenshots here. However, I tried it in my lab and it works. Leave a comment if this writeup solved your problem.

jay paloma | 5 nov 2016 | singapore

Written by jpaloma

November 5, 2016 at 6:24 PM

Gotcha! SCCM RSP Fails Due to Inability to Find SSRS

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Behavior

You installed SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) on your Primary Site Server, with the intention to install Reporting Services Point (RSP). In the RSP installation, SCCM fails to find the locally installed SSRS. The drop-down box Reporting Services server instance shows blank when you pull down the drop-down arrow, as shown in the pictureSCCM RSP Error 1

Cause

Too high User Account Control (UAC) settings may prevent the RSP installation to detect the locally installed SSRS.

Resolution

Bring down the User Account Control settings to Never notify and repeat the RSP installation. The installation should succeed.

SCCM RSP Error 2b

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jay paloma  |  19 apr 2016  |  singapore

Written by jpaloma

April 19, 2016 at 9:51 PM