Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'task seqence'.
Found 2 results
Dear Experts, I'm trying to figure out the way, that would leave D:/ Data partition untouched while deploying OS images. We have computers with 1 HDD (Disk 0) with 2 partitions (System Drive C:\ and Data D:\). So when I have to deploy image, I have to backup all data from their computers to somewhere and than deploy image which formats whole Disk 0 and creates new partitions as specified in Task Sequence. So I was wondering how can it be achieved, that Task Sequence could only format OS Partition and leave Data Partition D:\ Untouched. We have BIOS and UEFI computers. I could not find any guide that would fit my case. Your help would be highly appreciated. SCCM Version 2002
Hi All First of all apology for noobish questions but I'm a realy beginner. I've read most of the articles here about OSD and I feel that more I read, the less I understand. I've 10 different types of hardwared (PCs HP, Dell, Lenovo) in my lab. I've tried to build a "the golden image" for my PCs using task sequence form SCCM 2007 R3. I'm really confused because I don't really understand what steps should I take to do that. As I understood first step is to build reference machine based on unattended.xml file I gather all required drivers and impored them into SCCM database (I have them in Drives section and also creates Drivers Pacages) My question is when shoudl I apply those drivers? I tried to use Auto Apply Drives/Packages task (I'm getting error 0x0000032 during this task) after Setup windows and ConfMrg task , also tried to use Apply Device Drivers task Could anyone please explain it to me steps to prepare OSC task sequence for different types of hardware or at least send me an example task sequece (xml) Regards Greg