Hi mates,

can any one up here point me to the right location where I can find the SCCM Error code list.

I have googled it but my search went invain.

The error codes i'm looking for

1. 30066
2. 30023
3. 30050
4. 1073807364

Much appreciated.
Thanks,
Ram.
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The Last Execution result is just what your program passed to the exec manager at runtime. So what you're really looking for are the error codes for whatever .exe it is that you were attempting to run at the time.

What program were you running when SCCM reported those results?
Answered 04/29/2010 by: Jsaylor
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Hi Ram,

Here is the link to find the error codes.
Answered 05/02/2010 by: dnmech
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...which, while useful, don't actually tell you very much! Let me translate:

30023 - HResultOnly - Not an error produced by the Office install but passed back to the installer.

30050 - MsiAPICallFailure - Normally caused by inadequate version of Windows Installer which, IIRC, should be at v3

30066 - PreReqCheckFailure - Normally caused when a workstation is an unsuitable client for 2007. If upgrading, check that the installed version can be upgraded by the package you have. For example, an Enterprise version cannot be upgraded by a retail version (again, IIRC).

1073807364 - Not a clue
Answered 05/04/2010 by: VBScab
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Thank You VBScab.
Answered 05/04/2010 by: Ram
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Upgrading Access 2007 only with out removing the oplder versions
Answered 05/04/2010 by: Ram
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Here is a new way of exploring errors:

Open up Calculator form Accessories, change it into scientific mode (view/Scientific) in Dec/Degrees mode. Now input that long integer, and make sure you click the +/- button to make it a negative number, then select Hex and Word, it should then display a positive number in the range of 0 - 15,999.

Then you can look for the error reference here and here.

Cheers!
Answered 05/05/2010 by: dnmech
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