Just adding a quick post with a recent issue we ran in to on some of our endpoint devices. When trying to download SCCM client policy, we were seeing the error message "0x800706d9 - There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper" in the datatransferservice.log.
Coincidentally, these devices had been recently upgraded to Windows 10.
The root cause for the issue turned out to be that the Windows Firewall service was disabled. At some point a technician must have decided that was a necessary change, but (at least in Windows 10) BITS downloads will fail unless the Windows Firewall service is running.
Thanks, it helped meReplyDelete
FWIW, this got me out of an all-day jam. Policies weren't downloading and I couldn't get BITS and SCCM to work. Running Get-BitsTransfer -AllUsers | Select * showed me transient errors for all my sccm bits transfers. Error descriptions indicated 'No more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper'. That google search led me here. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
CCMSetup was failing to install on 'Windows Server 2016'.ReplyDelete
ccmsetup logs showed "Error: 0x800706d9 - There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper".
CCMSetup was sitting in taskmanager for two days "running" but no CPU activity.
Windows Firewall service was set to "Disabled".
Enabled and Started the service - CPU activity started to climb and install completed successfully within a minute.
Thanks for this post!
Great post, no other forums I had read mentioned anything about Firewall having to be enabled so BITS can function.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the post. It helped me out.ReplyDelete