Each MDT script creates its own individual log file during execution. These log files normally match the script name (for example,
ZTIDiskpart.log, and so on) or begin with the script name (for example,
ZTIConfigureDHCP_DISM.log). Additionally, each script writes to the common
BDD.log. The information written to both log files is the same; so normally, it is okay to just take a look at the aggregated
BDD.log as it contains everything needed.
The position of
BDD.log and individual script logs changes several times during the deployment process. During the Windows PE phase, when there is no partition accessible/existing, the log file will be hosted under
X:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS. As soon as partition is accessible/created, logs will be transferred to
C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS. MDT copies the scripts without deleting the logs in the old location, so make sure to view at the newest/up-to-date copy of the logs.