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  1. Hello there, I'm having problem with these two settings. For some reason my computer it's no getting the name according to the policy I set which is "GK%03#" without quotes and I'm not getting the pc to join the AD domain. I've trying a lot suggestions that I've found on internet with no luck. I have two xml files the first one (ChoosImage_.xml) I have no problems with it. It creates the partition and select the specific image on the server and starts the installation. The second file which I named xyz.xml it's the one I'm having trouble with. I assigned * to the computer name expecting that wds naming policy will take effect but it did not. Instead it gets a random name based on RegisteredOrganization and RegisteredOwner string values, which in my case are: WolfNet and WolfNetUser respectively. The second problem I'm having with this file is that the PC is not joining the domain automatically. This is a hypothetical domain name(WolfNet) is nothing real, I created it for studies purposes. I'm sending pics of my WDS server settings as attachment. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks a lot.<p class="rounded clearfix" id="attach_wrap"> Attached image(s) ChooseImage_.xml xyz.xml
  2. Hello there, I'm having the same problem as Seelbreaker. For some reason my computer it's no getting the name according to the policy I set which is "GK%03#" without quotes and I'm not getting the pc to join the AD domain. I've trying a lot suggestions that I've found on internet with no luck. I have two xml files the first one (ChoosImage_.xml) I have no problems with it. It creates the partition and select the specific image on the server and starts the installation. The second file which I named xyz.xml it's the one I'm having trouble with. I assigned * to the computer name expecting that wds naming policy will take effect but it did not. Instead it gets a random name based on RegisteredOrganization and RegisteredOwner string values, which in my case are: WolfNet and WolfNetUser respectively. The second problem I'm having with this file is that the PC is not joining the domain automatically. This is a hypothetical domain name(WolfNet) is nothing real, I created it for studies purposes. I'm sending pics of my WDS server settings as attachment. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks a lot. ChooseImage_.xml xyz.xml
  3. Hello there, I'm having the same problem as Seelbreaker. For some reason my computer it's no getting the name according to the policy I set which is "GK%03#" without quotes and I'm not getting the pc to join the AD domain. I've trying a lot suggestions that I've found on internet with no luck. I have two xml files the first one (ChoosImage_.xml) I have no problems with it. It creates the partition and select the specific image on the server and starts the installation. The second file which I named xyz.xml it's the one I'm having trouble with. I assigned * to the computer name expecting that wds naming policy will take effect but it did not. Instead it gets a random name based on RegisteredOrganization and RegisteredOwner string values, which in my case are: WolfNet and WolfNetUser respectively. The second problem I'm having with this file is that the PC is not joining the domain automatically. This is a hypothetical domain name(WolfNet) is nothing real, I created it for studies purposes. I'm sending pics of my WDS server settings as follow. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks a lot.
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