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  1. Hi. Confirmed the key is fine. It activates after it's built if I click on activate (without having to enter the key.) When you mention account do you have to specify in the T/S which account to use to run cscript //b c:\windows\system32\slmgr.vbs /ato? At the mo it's blank so I'm guessing it uses the default account that SCCM uses. Just tried running the script from a run command and nothing happens. No message or anything. If I run the same command without the //b part it tells me access is denied and require elevated privileges
  2. Hi Mohanad. Thanks for the reply. As coincidence may have it I was just trying that and unfortunately I get the same result. (Still says 3 days until automatic activation. Activate windows now) If I activate manually it activates successfully.
  3. Hi forum, I've added this command into my task sequence but unfortunately I still have to log in after the build has completed and click on Activate. I don't need to enter a licence key as that's in the T/S. When I run this command from a Run command it says it needs elevated privileges to run. Any idea how incorporate this into the command? cscript.exe %windir%\system32\slmgr.vbs /ato Thanks
  4. Hi everyone, I am trying to capture a windows 8.1 64 bit image with Office 2013, citrix and a few other apps installed. I've also tried on a windows 7 32 bit image with the same result. The result is I can create the iso file. When I mount the ISo file on the reference machine I can run the wizard and point to a location to create the wim file. When I click Finish nothing happens. I've tried multiple times and different machines with the same results. The machines are not on the domain. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi Currently using SCCM2007 and have been building many machines without issue. We have recently purchased a large amount of new HP 4535 laptps and are having particulat issues getting them to build on SCCM. Have created the task sequence, collection added the laptop to SCCM ect but when booting to image the laptop it fails. The laptop PXE boots and loads WinPE but then on prepares itself and just reboots. I have got into the command prompt in PE and can see that it is not connecting to the network so tried to inject the Realtek GBE family drivers into the boot image both within SCCM and using the ImageX command and no matter which drivers i pick it seem to fail to add them into the image. Any suggestions? Thanks
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