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  1. I have a laptop that has 2 HDDs. I am trying to deploy an OS image (to Disk 0) but it keeps failing at the Apply Operating System Image. I have task sequences set up to format and partition both drives. It formats correctly and when it gets to Applying OS Image it fails. If i remove the secondary drive, and apply the OS image it completes successfully. I have attached my SMSTS logs and some screenshots. BIOS is set to AHCI. Thanks for any help. smsts.log smsts-20130523-175650.log
  2. i got it figured out. In the UDI design wizard there is a page called "Administrator Password" that allows you to add user accounts to the local administrator group of the computer.
  3. Is it possible to have a prompt to add domain users as an admin when deploying an OS image? Ive looked this up but it looks like its only possible by using a HTA frontend. I wanted to avoid this if possible.
  4. When i deploy a captured OS it shows the Volume selection as D: in the UDI wizard. When the computer boots into windows it shows that the OS drive is C:. I of course want the OS drive as C: but i was just curious why the volume selection shows D:. I'm on SCCM 2012 (no SP1). This is an image that was captured from a reference computer, but from an install disk. Please take a look at the screenshot to see what im referring to. Thanks for any help.
  5. I see. From what ive read and tried that sounds like my only options. Thank you both for your help.
  6. i can do that, but will it allow me to push the software to any individual user? Say if i had 10 users in a collection and i just wanted to push to 1 of those 10 users. How would i get that done?
  7. Is there a way to push an application out in the background without the user using the software center? I am trying to have Microsoft Project work this way using CM 2012. I would like to have it behave like the client install. Thanks for any help.
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