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  • Hello Guys,

    some Clients have Problems to show Application Deployments in Software Center. In Deployment Monitoring Tool I can see the Deployments. But if you select the Deployment I get the Error "DT cannot be empty". So I think the Policy isn't downloaded correctly.

    CIDownloader.log.

    CCIDownloadItem::AddToManifest - Starting download of DocumentType 2 for ModelName Windows/x64_Windows_Server_2008_R2_Core, Version 1	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	5068 (0x13CC)
    CCIDownloadItem::AddToManifest - Starting download of DocumentType 1 for ModelName Windows/x86_Embedded_Windows_7, Version 2	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	5068 (0x13CC)
    CCIDownloadItem::AddToManifest - Starting download of DocumentType 2 for ModelName Windows/x86_Embedded_Windows_7, Version 2	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	5068 (0x13CC)
    CCIDownloadItem::AddToManifest - Starting download of CI content document with DocumentName urn:policy-platform:policy.microsoft.com:smlif:ms.dcm.Windows.x86_Windows_7_Client:1:VL, DocumentVersion 1 (VL)	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	5068 (0x13CC)
    CCIDownloader::ParseDtsMessage - Dts failed with error code: 0x80070002. CI Downloader will retry.	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	4008 (0x0FA8)
    CIDownloaderJob({CFEBCEF0-7D16-421D-A53A-2A26F82CE5BF}): Received Dts failure message during CI download.	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	4008 (0x0FA8)
    CIDownloaderJob({CFEBCEF0-7D16-421D-A53A-2A26F82CE5BF}): CCIDownloaderJob::QueueRetry - Consumed 5763 seconds of 172800 second download window.	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	4008 (0x0FA8)
    CIDownloaderJob({CFEBCEF0-7D16-421D-A53A-2A26F82CE5BF}): CCIDownloaderJob::QueueRetry - Retrying package download in 2880 seconds...	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:00:54	4008 (0x0FA8)
    CCIDownloader::CreateJob	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CCIDownloader::StartJob	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIDownloader job empty.	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CCIDownloader::DeleteJob for job {D10C1E70-D480-4C05-9C95-D4BCBECFD4F1}	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIDownloader job deleted.	CIDownloader	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    

    CIAgent.log

    CAgent::EvaluateCIs	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::QueueEvent - Queueing event and incrementing semaphore Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=Transition, CurrentState=Init)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): Client requesting CIAgentJob context info for key: StateMessagePriority	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): TransitionState(From=Init, To=WaitingForAssignedCI) for Event=Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::QueueEvent - Queueing event and incrementing semaphore Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): QueueDebug - Executing Event.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=Transition, CurrentState=WaitingForAssignedCI)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::QueueEvent - Queueing event and incrementing semaphore DownloadCIs	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): QueueDebug - Executing Event.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=DownloadCIs, CurrentState=WaitingForAssignedCI)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): TransitionState(From=WaitingForAssignedCI, To=DownloadingCIs) for Event=Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::QueueEvent - Queueing event and incrementing semaphore Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): QueueDebug - Executing Event.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=Transition, CurrentState=DownloadingCIs)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): Client requesting CIAgentJob context info for key: PostRebootDetect	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): Nothing to be downloaded.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::QueueEvent - Queueing event and incrementing semaphore PersistCIs	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): QueueDebug - Executing Event.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=PersistCIs, CurrentState=DownloadingCIs)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): TransitionState(From=DownloadingCIs, To=PersistingCIModels) for Event=Transition	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::Execute [GlobalSemaphore] Trying to aquire global semaphore	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::Execute [GlobalSemaphore] Queued for global semaphore acquisition.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	1336 (0x0538)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): GlobalJobEvent() called [GlobalSemaphore]	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::Execute [GlobalSemaphore] Acquired global semaphore.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): CAgentJob::HandleEvent(Event=Transition, CurrentState=PersistingCIModels)	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_0ddc3eb7-5ee3-41eb-9fed-646d28a06bcf:11. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_0ddc3eb7-5ee3-41eb-9fed-646d28a06bcf:11 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_0e9a8348-0ad5-44ee-bf81-82dfd44f0699:11. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_0e9a8348-0ad5-44ee-bf81-82dfd44f0699:11 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_10203df1-4fe4-49ef-8ab3-e8030e6a2cef:22. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_10203df1-4fe4-49ef-8ab3-e8030e6a2cef:22 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_1fc34d72-440d-4f6f-9a50-604e421f3c04:13. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_1fc34d72-440d-4f6f-9a50-604e421f3c04:13 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_2191a582-1987-40fd-b8ec-cbee1a2ba590:4, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_22778347-5967-4ee1-bdc0-3fce578b7ee1:2. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_22778347-5967-4ee1-bdc0-3fce578b7ee1:2 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_278d8ebe-16bc-49b7-a806-42025d921f84:6. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_278d8ebe-16bc-49b7-a806-42025d921f84:6 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_27c341d0-a38e-43c9-aeef-a82be7e1f664:1. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_27c341d0-a38e-43c9-aeef-a82be7e1f664:1 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_2bf3a7d7-27fc-4fe6-80ff-80c9adee89a8:5, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_33aa078b-9afa-48b3-9550-8d926c07721e:5. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_33aa078b-9afa-48b3-9550-8d926c07721e:5 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_3a41042c-4feb-421b-8b55-42334654681e:15, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_3be6a762-f993-4fe5-aca5-1989551d5a88:5. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_3be6a762-f993-4fe5-aca5-1989551d5a88:5 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_3c0b214a-2258-4765-be5d-d2a9fd754bc6:2. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_3c0b214a-2258-4765-be5d-d2a9fd754bc6:2 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_46f5d091-992c-4e24-b0a2-3de657c0b8c7:16, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_49337598-4c68-401e-8c39-a415288cd7d6:11. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_49337598-4c68-401e-8c39-a415288cd7d6:11 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_4da67baa-ac51-4327-bfdc-c8f81781ae62:20, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_4f0df4d7-e1d0-4717-b9e2-5f9cb6f1dd9b:8. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_4f0df4d7-e1d0-4717-b9e2-5f9cb6f1dd9b:8 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_5d895d54-10ea-447d-8b45-123b77e89721:4. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_5d895d54-10ea-447d-8b45-123b77e89721:4 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_636ad5b2-da09-439b-ac7c-d7895d728131:2. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_636ad5b2-da09-439b-ac7c-d7895d728131:2 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_665c56e0-626a-4d8d-9378-48a8c8546846:1. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_665c56e0-626a-4d8d-9378-48a8c8546846:1 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_666d662e-66f7-4e53-b4fd-06ccd55239bf:4. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_666d662e-66f7-4e53-b4fd-06ccd55239bf:4 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_6a39d117-9e22-4e11-8fcd-ebbf35b00688:3. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_6a39d117-9e22-4e11-8fcd-ebbf35b00688:3 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_6da53bf1-ab56-4a96-9af8-6df6d4b9972e:10. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_6da53bf1-ab56-4a96-9af8-6df6d4b9972e:10 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_70d0451a-94c0-4372-b19b-dd9e4246788f:3. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_70d0451a-94c0-4372-b19b-dd9e4246788f:3 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_716e6646-2efd-4d3a-9441-5563de429a01:3. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_716e6646-2efd-4d3a-9441-5563de429a01:3 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get dependency chain for App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_77493905-3008-4862-bd89-d5fad3318cfc:41, will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:50	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_77c479ff-bef7-456d-9bae-47ea1513e56f:4. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_77c479ff-bef7-456d-9bae-47ea1513e56f:4 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_7925a429-49b4-4b04-8094-4987ca70a35b:7. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_7925a429-49b4-4b04-8094-4987ca70a35b:7 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_79516c6a-a815-4c31-99fe-9ab4e4024e4e:1. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_79516c6a-a815-4c31-99fe-9ab4e4024e4e:1 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_7af21e61-ffe4-4791-85ba-86d83cc9cf31:3. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_7af21e61-ffe4-4791-85ba-86d83cc9cf31:3 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_7d5204c1-26e4-489e-addb-1401d965153f:8. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_7d5204c1-26e4-489e-addb-1401d965153f:8 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_7e5660da-b7c7-49dd-8940-7c751389f61a:3. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_7e5660da-b7c7-49dd-8940-7c751389f61a:3 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_85f4af90-a3f1-4d7e-bb6a-b079c20fa2d5:14. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/RequiredApplication_85f4af90-a3f1-4d7e-bb6a-b079c20fa2d5:14 chain will not be included in evaluation.	CIAgent	24.01.2013 11:21:51	44 (0x002C)
    CIAgentJob({5BCCC0E4-C16C-4F1D-85A7-F62515232072}): [JOB SCOPE] Failed to get digest for ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/Application_8908c4aa-5c4e-41fd-a111-e4be0780e6bb:2. App policy ScopeId_CF43FADB-8569-46DF-ADB2-984C3AA1E7B1/

    Is it possible to reset Software Center?

    Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:38 AM

Answers

  • Hello Guys,<o:p></o:p>

    So the Premier Support Call is closed as a Bug. The Issue occurs by Clients with "high" Performance. The Deployments are downloaded correctly by the Client. After that there is a Scheduler with pushes Notifications to the Software Center or Triggers the deployment. On Clients with high Performance the Scheduler is too fast and Software Center does not recognize new Notifications. I got a Script as a Workaround form Microsoft which manually trigger the Scheduler. There is a Sleep command which you can modify if you have many Deployments.<o:p></o:p>

    To become this Bug fix we have to make a DCR at Microsoft. This Bug is known since RTM. <o:p></o:p>

    Regards
    Robert 

    'Trigger DCM Schedules for Applications 
     
    Dim objWMI_MachinePolicy
    Dim query, AppCIAssignments
    'Connect to WMI
    Set objWMI_MachinePolicy = GetObject("wInmgmts:\\.\root\ccm\Policy\Machine") 
    query=("select * from CCM_ApplicationCIAssignment")
    Set AppCIAssignments=objWMI_MachinePolicy.ExecQuery(query)
    For Each AppCIAssignment in AppCIAssignments
    'MsgBox "Starting schedule for " & AppCIAssignment.AssignmentID
    wscript.sleep 1000
    RunSchedule(AppCIAssignment.AssignmentId)
    Next
    Set objWMI_MachinePolicy=Nothing 
     
    '----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    'Function RunSchedule
    '
    'Purpose: Connects to WMI and triggers the supplied schedule.
    '
    '----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Function RunSchedule (ScheduleMessageId)
    Dim objWMI_RunSchedule
     
    'Connect to WMI
    Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\.\root\ccm:SMS_Client")
    objWMIService.TriggerSchedule(ScheduleMessageId)
    Set objWMIService=Nothing 
     
    End Function 
    


    • Marked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:57 AM
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:57 AM
  • I've written a blog article that contains a Powershell script (used in a Baseline/CI) to identify the affected machines: http://www.mssccmfaq.de/2013/03/15/fehlende-applications-im-software-center/. It's written in German, but Bing does a great job translating it: http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=de&to=en&a=http://www.mssccmfaq.de/2013/03/15/fehlende-applications-im-software-center/ You should get the idea though ;-) I was only able to test the script in one environment, so YMMV.
    Hope this helps.
    @Robert: could you test the script that counts the missing deployment types on a client in your environment?


    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    • Marked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, August 13, 2013 8:41 AM
    Friday, March 15, 2013 9:40 AM
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  • It has nothing to do with Software Center IMHO. You could try to edit the deployment type (e.g. adding/chaning anything in the comment field), wait some time and refresh policies on the client. That should take care of the issue.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:53 AM
    Moderator
  • Hello Torsten,

    ich Change the comment field. Now the deployment shows up in Software Center. Thank You.

    But i have round about. 30 Deployments targeted to that Computer. So i have to edit all Deployment Typs? Other Clients are running fine. I have this Problmes since SP1. Are there any known Issues?


    • Edited by Robert 42 Thursday, January 24, 2013 11:48 AM
    Thursday, January 24, 2013 11:06 AM
  • I have reinstalled the Client. After that Software Center shows more deployments but not all. The Deployment which I have changed is missing again.

    Thursday, January 24, 2013 1:16 PM
  • My SCCM deployment was working fine until recently. Then I noticed that on some deployments, the overview shows that there are systems with errors. When I checked the details in the monitoring hub, it does not list any devices in error state. Counting the number of devices for each state, several are missing. I upgraded to SP1 and it doesnt't seem to have helped. I also noticed that now the new deployments do not show up on some clients. I uninstalled the client from two of the affected computers and the reinstall fixed one of them.

    In the cidownloader.log, I get this:

    ParseDtsMessage - Dts failed with error code: 0x80070002. CI Downloader will retry

    Tuesday, January 29, 2013 5:25 AM
  • Just a single line of a logfile does not help at all (neither does copying and pasting hundreds of lines here in the forums; please use Skydrive instead). Some errors and warning in the logs can safely be ignored, depending on theier context.
    You could also download ConfigMgr 2012 Toolkit 2. It contains the Deployment Monitoring Tool that can be used to troubleshoot issues on the client.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Tuesday, January 29, 2013 7:24 AM
    Moderator
  • I have opened a Premier Support Call at Microsoft. I have the exact same behavior like Tim.

    Tuesday, January 29, 2013 7:54 AM
  • Thank you for the tip on ConfigMgr 2012 Toolkit 2. That was the first I had heard of it and CMTrace makes analyzing log file much easier. Plain text was a nightmare.

    On one computer a forceinstall corrected the problem, but on several more it has not. I have mixed results from on some they install the app but never report back to the server. They show as unknown. On others, they never recognize that an app is ready to install.

    Looking through the log files, I don't see where it is being enumerated that there are apps to apply. Does anyone know of a good reference for what each of the log files are for or better yet an index that tells you if you are have a problem with a feature to look in a certain log file?

    • Marked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:43 AM
    • Unmarked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:43 AM
    Thursday, January 31, 2013 12:34 AM
  • Hello Guys,<o:p></o:p>

    So the Premier Support Call is closed as a Bug. The Issue occurs by Clients with "high" Performance. The Deployments are downloaded correctly by the Client. After that there is a Scheduler with pushes Notifications to the Software Center or Triggers the deployment. On Clients with high Performance the Scheduler is too fast and Software Center does not recognize new Notifications. I got a Script as a Workaround form Microsoft which manually trigger the Scheduler. There is a Sleep command which you can modify if you have many Deployments.<o:p></o:p>

    To become this Bug fix we have to make a DCR at Microsoft. This Bug is known since RTM. <o:p></o:p>

    Regards
    Robert 

    'Trigger DCM Schedules for Applications 
     
    Dim objWMI_MachinePolicy
    Dim query, AppCIAssignments
    'Connect to WMI
    Set objWMI_MachinePolicy = GetObject("wInmgmts:\\.\root\ccm\Policy\Machine") 
    query=("select * from CCM_ApplicationCIAssignment")
    Set AppCIAssignments=objWMI_MachinePolicy.ExecQuery(query)
    For Each AppCIAssignment in AppCIAssignments
    'MsgBox "Starting schedule for " & AppCIAssignment.AssignmentID
    wscript.sleep 1000
    RunSchedule(AppCIAssignment.AssignmentId)
    Next
    Set objWMI_MachinePolicy=Nothing 
     
    '----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    'Function RunSchedule
    '
    'Purpose: Connects to WMI and triggers the supplied schedule.
    '
    '----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Function RunSchedule (ScheduleMessageId)
    Dim objWMI_RunSchedule
     
    'Connect to WMI
    Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\.\root\ccm:SMS_Client")
    objWMIService.TriggerSchedule(ScheduleMessageId)
    Set objWMIService=Nothing 
     
    End Function 
    


    • Marked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:57 AM
    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:57 AM
  • I got the same script from CSS and can confirm that it does work. I am working on creating a blogpost to identify the affected clients.


    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Tuesday, March 12, 2013 6:56 PM
    Moderator
  • Hi Thorstan,

    that is greate. We plan do deploy the script as a Scheduled Task to our Clients via GPO.

    Regards
    Robert

    Wednesday, March 13, 2013 10:09 AM
  • I've written a blog article that contains a Powershell script (used in a Baseline/CI) to identify the affected machines: http://www.mssccmfaq.de/2013/03/15/fehlende-applications-im-software-center/. It's written in German, but Bing does a great job translating it: http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=de&to=en&a=http://www.mssccmfaq.de/2013/03/15/fehlende-applications-im-software-center/ You should get the idea though ;-) I was only able to test the script in one environment, so YMMV.
    Hope this helps.
    @Robert: could you test the script that counts the missing deployment types on a client in your environment?


    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    • Marked as answer by Robert 42 Tuesday, August 13, 2013 8:41 AM
    Friday, March 15, 2013 9:40 AM
    Moderator
  • Is this bug fixed in ConfigMgr 2012 R2?
    Friday, November 8, 2013 6:02 PM
  • No as far as I know.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Friday, November 8, 2013 7:32 PM
    Moderator
  • Thanks for the info. I will use the guidance provided in your blog article.
    Saturday, November 9, 2013 8:03 PM
  • I'm running into the same issue and filing a ticket with Premier.  Does anyone have a ticket open with Connect they'd like to share?  I'd like to think if enough of us have this issue, we could get it resolved in future Cumulative Update releases.
    Monday, January 20, 2014 5:45 PM
  • I am seeing the same problem. It seems that "high performance" can mean "computers with an SSD fitted."

    I have set up a Configuration Item to detect computers with missing deployment types and remediate using the supplied script. This is all as per Torsten's helpful blog post.

    Does anyone know if there is a way of permanently fixing this? Perhaps changing a client setting somewhere?

    Friday, February 21, 2014 5:45 PM
  • Hello everyone-

      Im experiencing this same issue in my environment... more so after applying R2.  Torsten's script works great in populating Software Center for us, however required deployments do not run automatically on these computers where the issue existed and the script was ran.

    For those that opened cases with MS, is there any more information on this issue?

    Thanks.

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:41 PM
  • I ended up opening a case with Microsoft.  It was just closed as a bug as it has with everyone else. This is in ConfigMgr 2012 R2 CU1.

    Monday, April 28, 2014 2:10 PM
  • My Case# is 114042211381479

    I just reopened my case a few weeks back as well to check on the bug status.  I was told itll be fixed in the next "v.Next" release - i.e. Configuration Manager 2015 - which isnt ideal.

    Also, the script didnt really work for us either.  It would bring the apps into the Software center but the required applications wouldnt install automatically.  Also, I could make a Configuration Baseline to detect the systems that had the issue, but the script couldnt be ran automatically due to the root issue.  We havent tested it long term or throughout our organization for this reason.

    Friday, February 27, 2015 6:15 PM
  • This bug is still present in SCCM 2012 R2 CU3.
    Remediation script has been optimized and written in Powershell. It will trigger a refresh only if application is found in WMI class.
    If you deploy user-centric applications, you’ll need to change this code a little bit.
     

    # Machine
    $ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"
    try {
        [int]$countMissingDTs = 0
        $Applications = Get-WmiObject -namespace root\ccm\clientsdk -query "select * from ccm_application"
        $AppsTotal = $Applications.Length
        $missingIds = @()
        foreach($App in $Applications) {
            $AppDT = [wmi] $App.__Path
            if($AppDT.AppDTs.Name.Length -eq 0) {
                #Write-Host $($App.Id)
                $missingIds += $App.Id
                $countMissingDTs = $countMissingDTs + 1
            }
        }
        #Write-Host $countMissingDTs
        if ($countMissingDTs -gt 0) {
            foreach ($appId in $missingIds) {
                $assignments = Get-WmiObject -query "select AssignmentName, AssignmentId, AssignedCIs from CCM_ApplicationCIAssignment" -namespace "ROOT\ccm\policy\Machine"
                if ($assignments -ne $null) {
                    foreach ($assignment in $assignments) {
                        $assignedCI = $assignment.AssignedCIs[0]
                        #write-host "Processing Assignment $($assignment.AssignmentName) $($assignment.AssignmentId) $($assignedCI.CI.ID)"
                        $assignedCISplit = $assignedCI.CI.ID.Split("/")
                        #Write-Host $($assignedCISplit[0]+"/"+$assignedCISplit[1].replace("RequiredApplication", "Application"))
                        if ($($assignedCISplit[0]+"/"+$assignedCISplit[1].replace("RequiredApplication", "Application")) -eq $appId) {
                            #write-host "Processing Assignment $($assignment.AssignmentName) $($assignment.AssignmentId)"
                            $sched=([wmi]"root\ccm\Policy\machine\ActualConfig:CCM_Scheduler_ScheduledMessage.ScheduledMessageID='$($assignment.AssignmentId)'");
                            $sched.Triggers=@('SimpleInterval;Minutes=1;MaxRandomDelayMinutes=0');
                            $null = $sched.Put()
                            sleep -milliseconds 3000
                        } else {
                            #Write-Host "Skip assignment $($assignment.AssignmentName)"
                        }
                    }
                } else {
                    #Write-Host "$appId not found"
                }
            }
        }
    } catch {
        #Write-Host $_.Exception
        return $false
    }
    return $true

    User-centric application deployment:

    # User
    $ErrorActionPreference = "Stop"
    try {
        [int]$countMissingDTs = 0
        $Applications = Get-WmiObject -namespace root\ccm\clientsdk -query "select * from ccm_application"
        $AppsTotal = $Applications.Length
        $missingIds = @()
        foreach($App in $Applications) {
            $AppDT = [wmi] $App.__Path
            if($AppDT.AppDTs.Name.Length -eq 0) {
                #Write-Host $($App.Id)
                $missingIds += $App.Id
                $countMissingDTs = $countMissingDTs + 1
            }
        }
        #Write-Host $countMissingDTs
        if ($countMissingDTs -gt 0) {
            foreach ($appId in $missingIds) {
                $sidObjs = ( get-wmiobject -query "SELECT UserSID FROM CCM_UserLogonEvents WHERE LogoffTime = NULL" -namespace "ROOT\ccm")
                if ($sidObjs -ne $null) {
                    foreach ($sidObj in $sidObjs) {
                        $sid = $sidObj.UserSID.replace('-','_');
                        $assignments = Get-WmiObject -query "select AssignmentName, AssignmentId, AssignedCIs from CCM_ApplicationCIAssignment" -namespace "ROOT\ccm\policy\$($sid)"
                        if ($assignments -ne $null) {
                            foreach ($assignment in $assignments) {
                                $assignedCI = $assignment.AssignedCIs[0]
                                #write-host "Processing Assignment $($assignment.AssignmentName) $($assignment.AssignmentId) $($assignedCI.CI.ID)"
                                $assignedCISplit = $assignedCI.CI.ID.Split("/")
                                #Write-Host $($assignedCISplit[0]+"/"+$assignedCISplit[1].replace("RequiredApplication", "Application"))
                                if ($($assignedCISplit[0]+"/"+$assignedCISplit[1].replace("RequiredApplication", "Application")) -eq $appId) {
                                    #write-host "Processing Assignment $($assignment.AssignmentName) $($assignment.AssignmentId)"
                                    $sched=([wmi]"root\ccm\Policy\$sid\ActualConfig:CCM_Scheduler_ScheduledMessage.ScheduledMessageID='$($assignment.AssignmentId)'");
                                    $sched.Triggers=@('SimpleInterval;Minutes=1;MaxRandomDelayMinutes=0');
                                    $sched.Put()
                                    sleep -milliseconds 3000
                                }
                            }
                        }
                    }
                } else {
                    # Write-Host "$appId not found"
                }
            }
        }
    } catch {
        # Write-Host $_.Exception
        return $false
    }
    return $true

    Thursday, March 26, 2015 7:57 PM
  • I'm also seeing this issue using SCCM 2012R2 SP1. So I guess we really have to wait till vNext.
    Such a shame that a two year old bug doesn't get fixed any faster.

    Wednesday, July 1, 2015 3:54 PM
  • Same issue here (SCCM 2012 R2 CU5).

    Currently our infrastructure is handling about 28.000 Clients and we are receiving more and more calls regarding this issue. It seems that it occours on newly installed clientes, primaliry.

    The issue occoured arround two days ago

    Running the provided scripts does not fix the issue for me. Is there any way to check if the script has done anything/was running into an error?

    Or is it possible to force the actions manually which are managed by the script? As I'm not a scripting guy, I`m not sure what the script is doing exactly (sorry).

    Thank you for any feedback!

    Thursday, August 6, 2015 2:50 PM
  • You should see a lot of activities in CI*.log after the scripts ran.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Thursday, August 6, 2015 3:06 PM
    Moderator
  • Hm...script seems not to resolve the issue for me :-(.

    May there be an issue with the WMI repository?!

    Any idea to fix this annoying issue otherwise?

    Thursday, August 6, 2015 4:14 PM
  • Like others have said, the script gets them all showing in Software Center, but they just sit there as "past due - will be installed". Anyone know how to trigger "past due" deployments? Doesn't look like WMI has an API for that.
    Monday, August 10, 2015 10:21 PM
  • I've noticed after running the script that all our 'available software' is shown in the list. But only about 75% of the required software items are shown/installed. Sometimes when running the vbs script again, some more applications are being added.
    Does altering the sleep time have any effect on this?

    Tuesday, August 11, 2015 8:26 AM
  • Sleep time is dépendent of total applications published, so fine tune it. Never seen this bug in SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 anymore. Perhaps fixed.
    Friday, August 14, 2015 8:00 PM
  • 2012 R2 SP1 CU1 seemed to fix it.
    Friday, August 14, 2015 11:23 PM
  • We are also experiencing this issue on SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 CU2

    It began when we installed SP1 and it didnt get resolved in ether CU1 or CU2.

    We have contacted Microsoft, they confirm that it is a bug, but they cant do anything about it as they cant re-produce the problem on there own demo setup.

    We then have 2 options:

    1. Wait and hope that it will be fixed in a future patch.

    2. Begin install a new SCCM envioment from the beginning.

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016 7:38 AM
  • I am seeing the same problem. It seems that "high performance" can mean "computers with an SSD fitted."

    I have set up a Configuration Item to detect computers with missing deployment types and remediate using the supplied script. This is all as per Torsten's helpful blog post.

    Does anyone know if there is a way of permanently fixing this? Perhaps changing a client setting somewhere?

    Hi oxfordtom

    Could you please provide me with the recipe for your workarround?

    Thanks

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016 7:51 AM
  • We then have 2 options:

    1. Wait and hope that it will be fixed in a future patch.

    2. Begin install a new SCCM envioment from the beginning.


    It won't be fixed in CM12 as far as I know, but it should be fixed in ConfigMgr Current Branch (currently 1511).

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016 9:47 AM
    Moderator
  • We are running 1602 and started to experience this exact problem a couple of weeks ago. The script seems to work for some clients.

    Tuesday, June 7, 2016 2:41 PM
  • I am seeing this on a few Surface devices that were freshly loaded by CM 1710!
    Wednesday, January 3, 2018 7:25 PM
  • Thank you... Helped me with applications in CB 1802... Recreated global conditions, upadted content and removed all revisions for applications with those conditions... After starting Application Deployment Cycle manualy on a problem client, everything showed up in the Software Center...
    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 12:48 AM
  • Hi,

    I have 1902 and I'm experiencing the same problem recently on some new PCs.

    I've tried the above script (machine) with success, but I had to edit it before, because $assignedCI results in a XML value and not an object, and so it appears that $assignedCISplit was not evaluated correctly. So, instead of:

    #write-host "… $($assignedCI.CI.ID)"

    $assignedCISplit = $assignedCI.CI.ID.Split("/")

    I had to write:

    $ACI=$assignedCI | Select-XML -XPath "/CI/ID" | Select-Object -ExpandProperty Node

    #write-host "… $($ACI.'#text')"

    $assignedCISplit = $ACI.'#text'.Split("/")

    Probably it's only a matter of POSH version (we still use 4.0), hope anyone finds this useful.


    Best regards, Stefano Moretti --------------- Namàrië! Nai hiruvalyë Valimar. Nai elyë hiruva. Namàrië!

    Friday, December 6, 2019 6:29 PM