Got below errors when doing the OSD:
Connecting to "\\xxxx0000.abc.COM\SMSPKGF$\pkg0009"
Successfully connected to "\\xxxx0000.abc.COM\SMSPKGF$\pkg0009"
Found boot image \\xxxx0000.abc.COM\SMSPKGF$\pkg0009\Boot.pkg0009.wim
Copying boot image locally...
::CopyFileEx( sImageSourcePath, sImageDestPath, CopyProgressRoutine, pProgressData, &pProgressData->bCancel, 0), HRESULT=80070040 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\bootimage.cpp,635)
Unable to copy boot image \\xxxx0000.abc.COM\SMSPKGF$\pkg0009\Boot.pkg0009.wim locally.
The specified network name is no longer available. (Error: 80070040; Source: Windows)
Failed to stage WinPE. Code(0x80070040)
Solution 1 from one of my deployments
Problem fixed after configuring "port fast" on my CISCO switch as it caused delay of DHCP IP address.
Also, it won't hurt if you check the server network settings to ensure teaming configuration is done properly.
Solution 2 from one of my deployments:
Figured out the problem was due to wrong settings on my SCCM server.
The site where I was building the machine is a secondary site and it has incorrect site boundaries configured hence the build process always trying to connect the remote DP to download packages and that caused the error.
Solution 3 from someone:
Unplugged the laptop from netgear hub and plugged it directly into our wall jack and it worked fine.
Solution 4 from someone:
I've seen on some occasions that the network actually loses connection or fails to get an IP address. usually something to do with Spanning Tree or duplex settings on the switch. I've gotten around this by plugging the system into a switch port that forces duplex (like an IP phone for example).