5 Responses to User Profile Service service failed the logon (OSD)

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  2. Juan M. says:

    this is just what I was looking for, thank you for the post.

    Just one thing…. how did you add the PS script in the application in SCCM?

    thank you

    • admin says:

      Glad to hear that it helped!

      You can add the file to a package and at the command line specify:
      “powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -NoLogo -NonInteractive -NoProfile -WindowStyle Hidden -File .\.ps1″
      (The same if you use an application, but then you need something as a detection method)

  3. Robert Wheeler says:

    Good morning, I am starting to see this error now that IE has been deployed. I am kinda new at using this and PS. Can you explain how to run that script or even add it to the deployment package in laymens terms? thank you

    • admin says:

      Hi Robert!

      The easiest way, depending on how you deploy IE, is to either push it through GPO (If there is a user that is able to logon).
      Or you could create an application/package to run with the following line:

      powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -file script.ps1

      Set this to run after the initial deployment of IE has run.

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