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Upload capture image to WDS - credential window different


Hi all,

I have setup my WDS server and it is working well after manually uploading images. Can boot to it, image PCs etc OK.

I would like to automatically upload images to the WDS server via the capture image however I am not getting the usual credential prompt window.

The attached pic shows the cmd prompt window I get when clicking "connect". When entering the username and password nothing happens, it just sits there after pressing enter or selecting Ok.

I can press enter/space on "Remember my credentials" and it adds an 'x' on top of the underscore.


Can anyone tell my why I'm getting this cmd prompt window instead of the usual credential pop up?

My Google search has failed me, can't find anyone with the same issue. The NonAppContainerFailedMip message doesn't show any useful results.

WDS server is running Windows Server 2012 R2, it is not the DHCP or DNS server.


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we encounter the same problem
with server 2012 r2 & w10 1709 (and 1703 ...)

We contacted Microsoft support ...
I'm at the 3rd rack scaled at the support without solution for the moment


(sorry for my english, i'm french)

Edited by Zantec

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3 hours ago, Marcel78 said:

If you use the boot.wim file from an older Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012 R2 DVD, you should have no problems.

 I take boot.wim server2012r2, 

launch sysprep & boot pxe : contact with server wds isn't possible


I added the network driver on my wds

I restart the capture process on the pc

I do not get the "start" page of the capture menu

hp probook 650G2 laptop pc network drivers
I tested drivers windows10 & windows8 ...


an idea ?

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