Where to find the right MDT 2010 logs

Each 2010 automatically creates log files during its execution. The names of these log files match the name of the script—for example, ZTIGather.wsf creates a log file named ZTIGather.log. Each script also a master log file (BDD.log) that aggregates the contents of the log files that scripts create. 2010 log files reside in C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS during the 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. For Lite Touch Installation (LTI) deployments, the logs start in C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLogs. They end up in %WINDIR%\TEMP\DeploymentLogs when task sequence execution is complete.

creates the following log files:

BDD.log: This is the aggregated log file that is copied to a network location at the end of the if you specify the SLShare property in the Customsettings.ini file.

LiteTouch.log: This file is created during LTI deployments. It resides in %WINDIR%\TEMP\DeploymentLogs unless you specify the /debug:true option.

Scriptname.log: This file is created by each script. Scriptname represents the name of the in question.

SMSTS.log: This file is created by the Task Sequencer and describes all Task Sequencer transactions. Depending on the scenario, it may reside in %TEMP%, %WINDIR%\System3\ccm\logs, or C:\_SMSTaskSequence, or C:\SMSTSLog.

Wizard.log: The wizards create and this file. 

WPEinit.log: This file is created during the PE initialization process and is useful for troubleshooting errors encountered while starting Windows PE.

DeploymentWorkbench_id.log: This log file is created in the %temp% when you specify a /debug when starting the Workbench.

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