Bob O Well, applied the patch first this time and didn't let wiindows 7 sp1 installed, and got the same error. This site is a HUGH resource for so many people. This first setting in Parse 4 is identified as a "system wide across all systems" settings. Last edited by Tunster; 26th October 2010 at 04:53 PM. great post to read
This was happening for me after applying Live Essentials 2011 to the build but it can happen in other situations. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 13. Next, input the following commands: sysprep /generalize /oobe /shutdown /unattend:unattend.xml Step 14 Turn the computer back on and boot to WinPE 3.1 environment (USB stick or CD/DVD). I thought I had cracked it as I managed to get a sysprep to run and the machine came back on without any errors BUT the graphics driver disappears.
Any idea's? I currently have exactly this problem but no solution.I've tried your RunOnce command in unattend.xmlI tried to run "bcdedit.exe" -set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS" before capturing the imageand setting [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\Driver Signing key No registration required.Section 3 : Create a script to remove the unattend.xml file after deploymentOn the deployment base image computer open Notepad and enter in the following lines:del /Q /F c:\windows\system32\sysprep\unattend.xml
All rights reserved. © 2007-2017 Jive Software | Powered by Home | Top of pageJive Software Version: 188.8.131.52 , revision: 20160519114300.21bdc7e.stable_8.0.4.x Register Help Remember Me? It could be as simple as 1 setting being missed.Thanks Friday, August 14, 2009 12:04 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I followed that link which had some Maybe there is a typo or variable inconsistency? Delete Unattend.xml After Sysprep Step 2 Launch Windows System Image Manager.
Steve Here's some directions. Sysprep Windows 7 Download I can't take credit since I found this information somehwere and just changed it for my environment. Set ‘RestrictAnonymous' in the Registry to ‘2'. http://theitbros.com/sysprep-a-windows-7-machine-start-to-finish/ No registration required.Section 5 : Run sysprep and imageEnsure your unattend.xml file is in: C:\windows\system32\sysprepHold SHIFT and right-click on the sysprep folder and select ‘Open New Command Windows Here'Input the following
We had domain admin accounts listed there, and a test user account. Sysprep Windows 7 Command And last thing is the "skiprearm" this will be very crucial when we want to deploy our customise image into a production environment or multiple PC. Reboot and use imaging software (Ghost, Deploystudio, etc.) to grab an image. http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/how-use-deploy-anywhere-after-restoring-ghost-image-0 Eric Hermecz I am using Altiris 6.9 sp5 and deploy anywhere is only for NIC and mass storage drivers.
This will let retain all the new drivers that you have added, incase you are building different PC brand and model as well. http://www.edugeek.net/forums/windows-7/59501-sysprep-nearly-working-but-drivers-going.html Even 300 seconds (5 minutes) would be a suitable time to test it out. Windows 7 Sysprep Guide Email Password Log In Forgot your password? Sysprep Windows 7 Location My test was with build 7100 (RC) and using the latest Win7 AIK. I only tested this in 64-bit though.
I'm a great fan of this website. http://sortpictures.net/windows-7/how-to-make-windows-8-drivers-work-on-windows-7.html After completing a ipconfig/release and /renew I get a real DHCP address for our domain and can see resources. Using WinPE to clone computers one by one is too slow, and using MDT 2010 invalidates everything that I've done here to create an image. It should create random computer name and don't try to join Active Directory, as I'm not comfortable with storing passwords in unattend.xml. Where Is Sysprep Windows 7
I did go in and change the settings for the small screen... Thanks Ralph I use a utility called wsname.exe which can pull the serial number for you. Please feel free to provide me with any updates or notes which you feel may be helpful in thickening out the guide. http://sortpictures.net/windows-7/windows-7-failure-configuring-windows-updates-reverting-changes-loop.html The time now is 17:31.
Can I disable that somewhere as I enter the product key via the answer file?Thanks!Reply Sam says: March 31, 2014 at 7:32 amHi Mat,What are you referring to by mini setup?Regards, Sysprep Windows 7 Generalize I've been using MCE Standby Tool to be able to automatically go in and out of standby or hibernate mode for unattended recording. I was so close to giving up on sysprep but the simplicity of this guide has shed light on so many things.Great work!Reply John Smith says: September 25, 2015 at 1:28
Now, when I apply the image, after going through the "Name the PC" part, I get to the log in screen and get a message telling me "The user name or About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up with Much appreciated!!! Sysprep Windows 7 Fatal Error Especially the part covering the creation of the unattend.xml file saved me an enormous amount of headaches!I owe you at least one beer Reply Sam says: October 3, 2013 at 11:12
In a single computer situation, you might as well just install it from the DVD as normal. To add a component, you can right click on them and select “add to # pass”. I'm hoping someone here can save me some time and throw me a hint. imp source The only solution I've found so far is the reset button.
They can set it up how they like afterwards, but initially I just wanted it to deploy as per the original system they received, with no password set. Then I disjoin the machine from the domain, Sysprep it with my unattend.xml file, and capture an image to my WDS server. I tell it to download and Provisioning will continue but this does not allow our techs to walk away once a device is being provisioned like they can now for an Firefox was open with a few tabs.
We have come up with two methods and need some guidance on which one to use. Re: Unattend.xml / DriverSigningPolicy jameshopkins Jun 20, 2011 8:22 AM (in response to skihaus) I found this post here about setting the driver signing in gpedit, possibility of doing this on Shaun Sorry my formatting got removed, I have [3 letter location]-[3 letter systemtype]-[3 digit auto incrememting number] As I said it works a treat. finally someone has gone into the details on HOW to create the unattend file and all other settings.
In order to copy the customised profile into the default profile, you need to stipulate this setting in an unattend file. rantyracer @theitbros:disqus Hi Brian - This tutorial really helps me alot! I have used the guide and it has taken me much further than anything else. At the time, there was discussion about joining the machine to a domain.
Kind regards, Sam.Reply Joe says: November 2, 2013 at 9:40 amSam, great guide! Why on EARTHhaven'tMicrosoftautomatically disabled "Network Location" from even running the instant a machine is joined to a domain!? http://jamiebaldanza.org/2010/03/31/copyprofile-does-not-process-and-causes-windows-could-not-parse-or-process-the-unattend-answer-file-for-the-pass-specialize/ Daniel Will this work with Win 7 Pro and a MAK license? I have created an answer file with WSIM and saved it to a UFD as Autounattend.xml as mentioned in the WAIK.chm.
Greater detail here. Not the answer you're looking for? ThanksReply Sam says: July 13, 2014 at 8:33 pmHi Hilary, There are too many variables for me to answer that question.