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  1. Hi There, I'm quite new to this OSD in SCCM 2012. I am having a problem with a wim file that is puzzling me in WindowsXP, here's the story; All is well with build and capture, task sequence is running, applying drivers and extra software. I want to make some registry changes to change the i386 path and stop JIT from applying Outlook Express for a new user profile. When I make the changes to the correct areas in the WIM. Update the Distribution Point and deploy the image, in the newly deployed registry the settings have reverted back to their original state. Is the registry being copied in from somewhere else. If anybody has any ideas were I might look it would be much appreciated. W
  2. All, I am trying to deploy windows Xp via SCCM. I have SCCM set up correctly - It was working! Yesterday I added in 1 driver... It failed deploying so I thought "OK" and removed it from the package and updated the distribution point...... NOW - I cant build the machine that worked absolutely fine yesterday!! I have been through the SMSTS.log and the ZTIValidate.log which i've taken off the root of the machine thats failing. The machine fails just after applying driver packages - I have it set up so that it applies the HDD driver first - and then everything else! This is whilst being in PXE so network and HDD drivers allow this stage fine. I am unable to provide any screen shots or log reports as thats potentially damaging to my organisation - appologies. Any thoughts? Please help!
  3. Hi, Firstly, thanks for maintaning this great forum. I am a bit new to SCCM 2007 and i want to deploy WinXP SP3 in our company using SCCM 2007 (to save the time of IT admins by booting a new machine via PXE boot and install a baseline image with required applications) I have read your tutorial but i need some more orientation (sorry in advance, if this a duplicate question) maybe because my scenario is different.... We have a primary site (Windows 2008 server sp2 + SCCM 2007 sp2 r3) in our Data center (remote location) and a seconday site in our corporate office (My office). DNS and DHCP server are installed on a separate DC. Attached is the screenshot of the roles installed on Pri and Sec site. (WDS is not installed on either of the locations) Now i want to deply Win XP sp3 in my office. Please give me hints on how to proceed, i mean, what component to be installed where? and which one first? I beleive rest of the guides/howtos are available on your forum. Regards, Aijaz
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