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  1. 2020-02-12 18:16:46, Info SYSPRP ========================================================2020-02-12 18:16:46, Info SYSPRP === Beginning of a new sysprep run ===2020-02-12 18:16:46, Info SYSPRP ========================================================2020-02-12 18:16:46, Info [0x0f004d] SYSPRP The time is now 2020-02-12 18:16:462020-02-12 18:16:46, Info [0x0f004e] SYSPRP Initialized SysPrep log at C:\WINDOWS\system32\sysprep\Panther2020-02-12 18:16:46, Info [0x0f0054] SYSPRP ValidatePrivileges:User has require
  2. I've run out of steam and patience - after doing a all this for the 2nd time in 2 days, I've run into a repeating sysprep error that doesn't look like an error to me. I've done my regular routine on removing appxpackages, and not seeing any sticking in this setupact.log If you can tell me what to fix I'll praise you as the IT god you are! 2018-04-30 01:15:29, Info CBS TI: --- Initializing Trusted Installer --- 2018-04-30 01:15:29, Info CBS TI: Last boot time: 2018-04-29 23:00:52.808 2018-04-30 01:15:29, Info CBS Startin
  3. I'm trying to create a new .wim capture of an updated Windows 10 1709 (Hyper-V VM). I created capture media w/ SCCM, ran it on NewBuild18v2 (my VM), it reboots, say username and password are wrong and shows defaultuser0 as option - can’t log into it. Administrator is listed, takes password and then gets stuck at “Just a Moment”. was able to get a cmd window w/ F12 and entered this via regedit - [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\OOBE]"SkipMachineOOBE"=dword:00000001 Thanks to Frank Maxwitat from TechNet. It was able to restart and login but left me w/ a broken m
  4. Hello all, It is nice to find this forum, hopefully I can get through this issue with your help. I've been working through issues with the Sysprep and Capture TS, and after a few days of struggling through I've come to a real head scratcher. I can get the TS to execute and fully capture and create the WIM file, however the file is not being put where specified in the Capture Image question of the wizard. The BDD file is even logging that its putting it in the correct directory, but nothing. I can't find it anywhere on the MDT server in either of the deployment shares that exist in th
  5. I'm doing a quick build and capture with Windows 10 Build 14393 (1607) in which I have a script that removes some of the default installed apps. It's being done with System Center. In regards to the Contact app, it's now able to be uninstalled as a package. $Packages = (Get-WindowsPackage -Online).PackageName ForEach ($Package in $Packages) { If ($Package -like "*ContactSupport*") { Remove-WindowsPackage -Online -PackageName "$Package" -NoRestart } } It is removed with no issues, won't appear in the start menu for any users, but Sysprep
  6. Hi I followed the following walkthrough(http://www.vkernel.ro/blog/creating-an-offline-mdt-deployment-media) and was able to boot into litetouch on the vm I am trying to sysprep and capture. However when I get to language selection the section is blank and I cannot choose a language, halting me from continuing. This is my first tome using MDT. Any tips?
  7. I'm attempting to capture a Windows 10 Enterprise x64 1607 Current Branch image with a basic load of applications preinstalled. Every attempt has ended with image capture failed error code 0x00004005 I've gone so far as to try recreating the Capture media and attempting to capture Windows directly after an install on the VM with no other applications installed, and have received the same message from SCCM. The problem looks to be Sysprep not completing, but I can't seem to figure out why. A sysprep on a fresh install of Windows immediately after install on a new VM shouldn't fail, but f
  8. so here is my issue. i am trying to create a updated image to deploy. i created the updated image and deployed it but when i do it doesnt auto join my domain and add my default profile. im assuming that its not completing the sysprep at some part, either when i capture the new image or when its running on the task sequences. my old capture works just fine but when i try the new one it wont. the task sequence is identical on both. on the new image when it installs, it still has the administrator profile from the OS i used the capture the image which is what im thinking its not doing the sysp
  9. Why does my sysprep keeps on going wrong. Can anyone help me out? smsts.log
  10. ​Hi Guys, first time posting here so apologies if this is the wrong spot. I've recently swapped out the older win 10 image for the 1511 image in our production task sequence. Has anyone been experiencing slower install times post sysprep and capture? I run through my task sequence which is fine. But then due to management direction I need to make huge wims to capture all the apps. I do a manual sysprep which then finish it off with a dism capture. After applying the new wim I start up the build it gets stuck on the "getting ready" screen for ages. I've looked at the setupact.log and
  11. I have an issue with OSD Captures in 2012, since we cant import 2007 wim files. The computer will init the TS and go through all of it except the sysprep portion. That fails out. I have the logs from the client with some very non descriptive errors. The OS install doesnt look like its done before sysprep kicks in. smsts.log smsts-20140812-162414.log
  12. I have a PC I'm trying to capture an image of. Windows was setup and deployed with an SCCM 2012 OSD Task Sequence. When I sysprep it, the mini-setup asks for all the questions one would expect, except for the Computer Name. This occurs even with NO answer file at all. I've scoured the PC looking for any conflicting answer file, but have found none. What am I missing?
  13. I've read in previous posts about adding sysprep information (specifically updateinstalleddrivers=yes) to the "Apply Operating System" task. Is that done by checking the "Use an unattended or Sysprep answer file for a custom installation" box? That would make sense, but it's looking for a package, not just a bare file. However, if I try to create an application or package for deployment, it's looking for an msi file. Do I have to create an msi file that contains only the sysprep.inf file? If so, how do I create that msi file without having Wise, InstallShield, etc.?
  14. Hi, I am trying to create a wim file using sysprep and imagex. However when it comes time to boot into windows pe on my virtual machine, i cannot do this. I have tried buring the pe file to an ISO and booting the vm from this, but no joy. What is the best way to do this? Thanks
  15. Hello, We are trying to get SCCM to deploy a bare metal image to a new model laptop in our fleet. We have had issues adapting our existing WIM, task sequences and drivers to this model, so we have instead opted to build Windows XP on this machine manually, install required drivers and then use a SCCM USB capture stick to capture to a WIM file. I have completed this process and captured to a WIM file and I’ve deployed this captured WIM to another machine and found it needs refinement. I was hoping to power on the template laptop from which I captured my image and continue workin
  16. Hello, Anyone really figure out during Windows 7 sysprep to be prompted for a computer name and have it join your domain? I can have the machine stop and prompt for machine name but won't join domain. I used My Sysprep Tool, but don't trust it and typing in your password is in clear text, but it does work. I have tried to delete the line from the xml file but still doesn't prompt for computer name. Anyone have a working XML file to stop and ask for computer name then join it to the domain, while syspreping ?
  17. Couple of issues that I can't quite remember when dealing with sysprep. 1) I have a couple images that aren't to be joined to our domain, yet when I set <JoinWorkgroup>WORKGROUP</JoinWorkgroup> in sysprep.xml AND in WDS I select "Do not join the client to a domain after an installation", it still ends up connecting to the domain. 2) I'm noticing in the registry, the original computer name that had been sysprepped and captured was still showing up. I used: sysprep.exe /oobe /generalize /shutdown I can't recall if this is just how it happens or if it's supposed to be like t
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