I am using MDT 2012 Update 1 to deploy Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 x86. the deployment isn't overly complicated - a few hardware models, some drivers, some applications, joins the domain, etc. I can get into that if needed.
After successful deployments, I still have an error in the results.xml that states the following:
"ZTIDiskUtility!GetDiskFreeSpace Should be deprecated, does not handle avaible space for a new partition"
BDEDrive is set for 300MB and the OS Drive uses the rest of the disk. Everything installs correctly but my team consistently sees this error message in the logs. I found that I had the Bitlocker information in the customsettings.ini missing for some of my task sequences. Placing the BDEDriveLetter=S and BDEDriveSize=300 back into the customsettings.ini resolved the issue for testing on some of my VMs (didnt enable Bitlocker on the VMs, just testing to see if the error disappeared), but deploying to a laptop and enabling Bitlocker has the error returning.
I am not sure why this error exists. I am not sure if it is tied to Bitlocker or the BDE drive, but to be clear, I am enabled Bitlocker via GPO so that it is configured to save the keys to AD and write the key to a specific location on the local disk. For clarity I placed the same settings in the MDT customsettings.ini so there were no deployment errors before the machine joined to the domain.
My customsettings.ini file is below. Thanks. I would like to get rid of this error so that my deployments show successful and I am not misleading my team that there is a problem.
Properties=XXXXBranch, XXXXChassis, XXXXSerialNumber
[Core Windows 7 Enterprise Build]
[Core Windows Vista Enterprise Build]
[XXXXXX Windows 7 Enterprise Build]
[Windows Vista Enterprise Deferred Workstation Build]
[Windows 7 Enterprise Image Test]
[Windows Vista Enterprise Image Test]
[TEST - Core Windows 7 Enterprise Build]
Somehow, somewhere, you defined Debug=True. Turn it off.
If you can't find it, open the bdd.log file and grep for debug.
Keith Garner - keithga.wordpress.com
- Marked as answer by Keith GarnerMVP, Moderator Friday, December 13, 2013 12:22 AM
Keith you nailed it.
I had implemented a custom Tattoo and placed debug on there some time ago. I forgot all about it.
Instead of hunting through a loaded task sequence, I took your advice and scanned the BDD.log file. My tattoo script was setting debug to true after the MDT was reading it as false.
Nice catch. Thanks for taking the time to read my post.