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Hello everyone! I have been deploying Windows 7 for quite a while now, and every time i encounter some kind of issues. Therefore i would like to ask for some help with my questions. My Deployment scenario: 1. - Install Windows 7 SP1 on Hyper-V 2. - Log on as Administrator and Update OS with all required updates (PC is in WG) 3. - When updates are installed, i configure Local Administrator profile (I only install few extra applications, so i would consider this a thin image) 4. - When system is configured, i add Capture Image .iso file to my Hyper-v and start included .exe 5. - Click through the wizard and successfully capture Windows 7 Pro x64 or x86 6 - The i Add newly created wim to SCCM and distribute the content. 7 - Install OS over PXE My questions: 1. Why, every time after creating new image (after every 3-4 month) - my answerfile fails to be processed on install with the new image (errors pop out around Specialize phase -[ Shell_setup]) - this means i have to create a brand new package containing basically the same answerfile - and this somehow fixes this error for me.. 2. - Why would i run sysprep (Audit mode) before configuring / capturing my image, if SCCM Capture media does by it self. 2.1 When is the best time to run SCCM Capture Media. I have read a lot of forums with people suggesting to get into Audit mode before even installing SP1)? 3. Why some of created wim images are failing to create .clg catalog file - when imported into SIM? (What are the main causes) Sorry for my bad english, it is very hard for me to compile my thoughts into OK questions. I assume that the best answer to my question would be a short version of my own Deployment scenario, only written by you guys Thank you in advance!
Hi, Currently our manufacturing department is using a physical machine with linux on it serving PXE bootable memtest86+ to the local subnet. They have been managing this server themselves aside from the IT department because we don't really support linux at this time.. but now the person who knew how to use it left, and it stopped working... So now its been put back into IT's hands to get this thing going... and if I need to, I will fix the linux side.... but I would MUCH rather use our existing SCCM setup for this and NOT have multiple PXE/DHCP servers So does anyone know a way to use SCCM to boot into PXE and be presented with memtest86+ to test the memory in that client machine? (this could then be added you the various tutorials on this site because many people would love a way to boot into iso live linux distributions) Here is the linux example: http://wellsie.net/p/286/ Any help is greatly appreciated!