Task Sequence fails with Error 1152

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Hi all.

In some computers several software distribution task sequences are working fine and on some others not. The problem is Error 1152 on those computers. The error occurs with task sequencing processing, before SCCM wants to run any programs. An 1152 error is stored in execmgr.log, but not appeared in smsts.log. The theory is that a smsts.log was created in the C:_SMS… folder, and that folder was deleted by SCCM, without saving the log in the ccmlogs folder. This makes it quite difficult to troubleshoot.

So please help me with suggestions. Thanks.


Best Answer by Perry Deborah
Answered By 10 points N/A #97582

Task Sequence fails with Error 1152



1. In the Exit Codes/Error Codes, I found that 1152 translates to:
1152 cannot start more than once instance of the specified program.
Also, one easy way to get the list of exit codes all in one sheet is:
2. Is there enough space for the msi or exe to extract the files. 1152 usually means it wasn't able to extract files.
Hope this will help you out in troubleshoot your problem.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #97583

Task Sequence fails with Error 1152


Error code 1152 indicates that it is not able to extract the files. You can fix the problem with the exit code. It's really an extraction error, which is caused by a corrupt system data file from the Windows manufacturing system. It's very harmful for PCs or laptops. There are many things that are causing the error like system file errors, PC virus or spyware attack caused by the unsuccessful shutdown of the Windows, erased software applications, unfinished file deletions, bad partial installation, corrupted data of system data files, etc.

If you are a new user try in this way

  1. At first you have to download and save restoration utility software.
  2. And then have to install the downloaded software and start the scan.
  3. After finishing the scans, it will automatically diagnose the error.
  4. Lastly, you have to restart your PC.

If you are a new user, try it this way

  1. You have to restart your computer first and then you have to log in as an administrator.
  2. Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Tools > System Restore.
  3. A window will appear on the screen and then click on “Restore my machine to an earlier date” and then click next.
  4. You have to select the latest system point from the “Click a restore point” list, after which, click Next.
  5. Then a confirmation screen will appear. Click Next.
  6. After completing the trust, the system will reboot automatically.

If that solution doesn’t work, you have to use 1152: Error Extracting Fix Utility software.

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