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  1. Ahh an answer with a question I love it!? I see your point that with the reduced cost of hardware & the likes these days that its not the cost reason that it used to be. However as with everything its always dependent on the customer. SO in this instance it happens to be a SQL install on the secondary drives. Mostly our environment is virtual with a SAN but theres always "one legacy" server... that is usually on its last legs Thanks for reading/posting 2scoops
  2. thanks benw would you care to elaborate on this statement?
  3. Hi, We have been happily using WDS to capture Windows 7, server 2003 & server 2008 & deploy these with great success. However we have a requirement to capture an existing server 2008 with multiple partitions & redeploy Everything I have been reading says it can't really be done successfully with WDS. Server Setup:- Windows Server 2008 OS - C:\ 68.3 GB Program Files - E:\ 136Gb Program Files - F:\ 136Gb SO as you can see above we need to capture all partitions & deploy successfully. Can anyone advise if that have successfully completed this task. Thanks 2scoops
  4. **Update** Checked me SCCM2012 install & the client has successfully installed I didn't do anything & just checked it a day later Thanks 2scoops
  5. I too have received this error in my log files CcmSetup failed with error code 0x80004004 This is on my SCCM 2012 server itself. Windows 2008 R2 SP1
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