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Server 2008 System Drive Letter Issues

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Hello All,

 

I am doing a simple image deployment of the install.wim in the source folder that comes with the Server 2008 CD. I have added the install.wim to operating system images and created a task sequence using just the wim. I didn't create a package for the root of the ISO as shown in the set by step document on this site. Anyway, the install.wim deploys fine, everything boots all drivers load that I have loaded in SCCM, the only problem I am having is that the system drive keeps reverting to the D: drive.....Anyway around this????

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Hello All,

 

I am doing a simple image deployment of the install.wim in the source folder that comes with the Server 2008 CD. I have added the install.wim to operating system images and created a task sequence using just the wim. I didn't create a package for the root of the ISO as shown in the set by step document on this site. Anyway, the install.wim deploys fine, everything boots all drivers load that I have loaded in SCCM, the only problem I am having is that the system drive keeps reverting to the D: drive.....Anyway around this????

 

That's default with all the standard install.wim's from Server 2008, Vista and Windows 7. When you don't want that, you have to create your own image (WIM).

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if you install from OS Package (DVD Complete Source and not an install.wim) and via MDT TS in SCCM, it will be installed on C: . :)

 

 

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