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  1. Thank you for the help. My xp to 7 is now working as it should. Everything installs on C. I have a feeling I am going to run into some issues when we roll into the production portion of our migration. We have a lot of IBM t500 and 510 which have oem partitions for utilities. I have a feeling they are going to through off the letting.
  2. I did not know that. Thank you. I need to figure out how to change this if possible. Can anyone point me in the right directions? If this questions is noobish forgive me. I am new to this. Thanks, Mikey
  3. We are using a standard install.wim. For troubleshooting purposes I will import a new install.win and update my TS with it and then test.
  4. No. In my test environment I am using a VM right now. But In a few weeks we will be upgrading IBM t500's and 510's from XP to 7. I have run this twice, with the same outcome. btw thanks for replying for quick
  5. After the new OS is installed and the data is migrated I no longer have a C drive. Everything is now on D. C is no longer there. I need to everything to be put back on the C drive. Is there a way to fix this? I've been looking, but haven't seen it. I could have missed it, if so could someone kindly point me in the correct directions. I have attached my TS. Cheers, Mikey XP to 7 offline with Hardlinking.xml
  6. Hello, I am trying to deploy SQL 2008 Express client and Oracle 11g client with SCCM. Both installs are not working as they should. On a test machine if I run the install locally from a cmd prompt both SQL and Oracle. Has anyone experienced this? My commands are below: SQL: Setup.exe /ConfigurationFile=MyConfigurationFile.INI /Q Oracle: setup.exe -waitforcompletion -responseFile client.rsp -silent -noconsole
  7. Hello, Does anyone know of any online resources for packaging beginners? My main goal is to get software installed on client machines with no user interaction. So far I am failing. I can create a package within SCCM and have it install as long as I allow user interaction. I am also trying to learn how to use AdminStudo Configuration Manager Edition to create .msi files in hopes that this will help. Thanks for taking the time to read, any help would be greatly appreciated. Mikey
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