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  1. I would like to add sth to this topic. Since version 1803 I wasn't able to delete the BuiltIn Administrator anymore, but it was needed by our CATIA Admins who built a script using the BuiltIn account. So deleting the account that was bound to the apps preventing the WIM to be captured didn't work. We use a VM to capture our WIMs so I checked the last DHCP lease, added a reservation for tha MAC and let our firewall admin block Internet-Access for this machine. After doing that I enabled the BuiltIn Administrator, gave him a password and let the CATIA guys do their stuff. Blocking access to the internet seems to prevent Windows from provisioning those nasty apps! The image could be captured without any problems. If any problems occur with the image, I will let you know.
  2. I guess the problem is solved. Looks like just lost the overview about all the models we have. Instead of E570, L570 has been chosen as the driver package in the TS... I will give it another try.. Thanks for your help!
  3. Helloy guys, I'm experiencing a very strange behaviour in SCCM OS deployment... my task sequence seems to work fine for all laptops, desktops, tablets etc. except for one laptop model (Deployment for Lenovo E570 - Win 7 OS). I assume that there is a driver issue ,but I simply can't solve it.. During the task sequence the join to the domain "fails". The log claims that no adapters are found. Funny thing is, that during the TS the drivers are installed and after the TS completes, the NIC is present in the device manager. So WTF!? All other models are working fine... I've removed the complete NIC drivers from the package and re-added them. And I added different driver versions. Even added the driver to the boot-image. No success... *UPDATE* I figured out that, after the driver has been installed the adapter is not loaded. When u open a cmd and run ipconfig only the WiFi adapter is present... HEEELP!!
  4. Hi there, I know this topic is quite old, but I wanted to share an experience with you that affected at least Windows 8 & 10 x64 and the SAP GUI installation. Whenever I tried to install the application during a task sequence or after the TS, the downloading failed with error 80091007. Checking the CAS.log shows just some weird Chinese errors 80070020. What was so weird about the issue was the fact that the same TS step or installation works on a Windows 7 x64. So the same package should have a hash value error? No way. Usually there is only one possible reason that makes those kinda errors occur. Anti-virus software. Whenever I started the download in the Softwarecenter you could see that a folder was created in the ccmcache folder, counting up foldernames each time I tried it(like during the first download the folder A + A.temp was created, during the second download fodler B + B.temp was created etc.) So I went ahead and turned off all protection inside the anti-virus software (scanner+access scanner, mail scanner) + stopped the service near the end of the download as all services are automatically restarted within a few minutes. I tried this two times succesfully now. Our anti-virus software is McAfee. I will look for the correct exclusion in the ePo and let u know the correct fix. The installation during the TS failed because I installed McAfee before I installed SAP and a policy automatically deploys VSE to the client. I changed the TS now and it will hopefully fix this issue as well.
  5. Hi there, well I'm not a good script-kid, but we use an OSD script that asks the admin to enter a computername at step X of our TS. The asset tag might be stored somewhere in wmic so that you're able to query it. Sth like wmic bios get serialnumber ? You could echo the output somewhere in a txt or csv file by adding >> X:\output.txt Then use a powershell script that uses the line with the serial number as the computername or a part of the computername if u've more characters to add. I'm sure you can combine both things to a useful script if you're talented in powershell
  6. Hello everybody, I tried to stick to the following guide how to add a language pack for Win 8.1 although it is for Win 10 https://www.windows-noob.com/forums/topic/14059-how-can-i-install-windows-10-language-packs-offline-with-an-mdt-integrated-task-sequence-in-system-center-configuration-manager-current-branch/ Obviuosly I missed sth but I don't know what tbh... I definitely picked the correct cab-File as I installed it manually before. Taking a look at the smsts.log shows those steps are simply ignored as it seems I would also like to try this solution cause it looks quite easier http://blog.coretech.dk/mip/install-os-language-during-osd-the-easy-way-part-1inject-language-files/ Althoug part 2 is missing I assume that I would have to create an unattend.xml and add it to the Apply Operating System step. Would that work as well? Find the task sequence attached sorted in screenshots only showing the important steps + smstslog. I hope you don't mind that I didn't export the TS. Thanks for your help! PS: I'm not pretty familiar with MDT.. UPDATE: Using the second way always ends up with Windows asking which language to choose. If I add the unattend.xml I always end up in black screen only seeing the mouse pointer.. ideas? Win81TS.zip
  7. *UPDATE* My mistake was to apply network settings step twice. This one is only used for building the unattended.xml during the TS. There is a separate step named Join Domain or Workgroup that does the trick [:@]
  8. Hello guys, I'm currently trying to deploy Windows 8.1 to a HP tablet with stand-alone media, but I'm having problems to join the domain during the task sequence. What I do first is joining a workgroup because I'm adding a WiFi profile during the TS to join the domain afterwards as I don't have a LAN port. Here are the TS steps Joining the workgroup and WiFi works perfect, but the Dom join doesn't seem to do anything The SMSTS.log shows "No adapters found in environment. Performing global configuration only." Ofc there is no LAN adapter, but WiFi is present. Any ideas how to solve this and force SCCM to join the domain via WiFi?
  9. Hey guys, I hope that you can help me out. Here is my situation: -Using SCCM 2012 R1 -Usually deploying Windows 7 to Lenovo and Acer PCs - works perfect -Got new industrial PCs by MSI now (Windbox II) - that had no UUID which I fixed with AMIDMI.exe /u etc. -Task sequence starts like this: -Step 2&3 check wether it's UEFI or not and partitions the disk -Step 4 executes a script to allow me to give the machine a hostname -This task sequence is used (in modified versions) for different PCs with different images and works for all of them The issue: As soon as I start the TS for the Windboxes, step 3 is chosen and completed succesfully (BIOS) but step 4 is ignored with the following error as logged in SMSTS.log: What makes me wonder is the following message and I don't know if it is normal (CRL=false): During Step3 Step 4 The most confusing thing about all that errors is, that 1 out of 15 attempts suddenly works and if you reboot the deployment fails again :-/ it doesn't even matter if I chose IDE or SATA in BiOS I also tried a different HDD that works in our Lenovo devices btw. Log is attached as well (replaced the real name with fictional ). So when the TS starts to apply the OS it fails with 80004005 error. Thanks in advance. PS: Please move my post to this subforum: Configuration Manager 2012 Thnks. Problem solved: Hi again, I think the issue is solved, but it doesn't really make sense to me, cuz it is incredibly stupid.. I tested the "workaround" 5 times now.. As we all know you're prompted to strike F12 for SCCM PE boot. To avoid missing this step I hit F12 repeatedly which caused the TS to fail!! If I only strike F12 when prompted the TS works properly.. If there is anyone out there who is able to explain this, just lemme know.. Maybe a secret AMI Bios command like in this case? http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/topic/6240-toolkit-error-during-beginning-of-osd-ts/ smstsv2.log
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