En SYSPREP of W2k8
I am beginning one of maquinas United Nations Office building model Windows 2008 R2 Standard. MI entorno're ESX 3.5 Update 4. Primero me against the problem of Quebec no podia usar customizacion no cambiada el operating system until a Windows Vista. ASI as genero las maquinas como windows vista y despues return to el operating system change a W2k8. Eso means that runs correctamente el SYSPREP? una practica correcta o Hay maneras mas building maquinas W2k8 aconsejables? El sysprep of W2k8 none are necessary are the leads el mismo sistema porque descargarlo.
Resumiendo, mi duda are saber if is itself correctamente el sysprep aunque estoy diciendole ' enganando' are a Vista.
El sysprep is runs correctamente: puedes comprar el ha sid have changed, that el number del pc ha have changed, there different street unicos Máquina para comprobarlo... siempre y cuando una vez desplegada the machine the arranques y cuando is reset sola ella... the take y el tipo OS replace.
El cambiarle el tipo of guest OS are aconsejable, porque las vmwaretools is basan en eso para instalar drivers.
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I know that Windows 2008 has a completely different way of syspreping, but nothing has changed for Windows 2003 64-bit?
Do I need to install other sysprep for 64 bit and 32 bit? I also need to install an other sysprep for windows XP?
all of your sysprep files must be located on your server vCenter Server Host.
.. .and for W2K8, as of the 2.5.0U4, I think, you can sysprep of W2K8, but there is no necessary files on your server vCenter Server Host. You create your image of 'gold', close, convert it to a template, and then deploy off that. You can 'create a customization specification' then save for future deployments.
I am running vcenter4 on Windows 2008 64 bit. I need to add the sysprep file to this Vcenter for w2k3r2 but I don't know where to put the file in deploy.cab in 2008. I know it passes under C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\VMware VirtualCenter\sysprep on a machine of 2003 but I would like to know where to put it in an environment of 2008.
The location must be the same on Windows Server 2008. It should be C:\Users\All Users\VMware\VMware virtual Center\sysprep. The issue may be that the all users folder is not visible in the folder C:\Users on Windows 2008. If you click Start, click Run, and type 'C:\Users\All users' in the line run, it should bring you to the location, and you can navigate to the location from there.
We lack Vsphere 4.1 with ESXi and EQ SAN hosts. I have a model for a Win2K8 R2 server I cloned several times without problem. Yesterday, I updated Windows. Office, etc. on the template and created a clone to measure. After the start of the new virtual machine, he traveled the sysprep without problem. When I rebooted, it gave the error "Cannot find autocheck", then begins to load windows and restarts immediately.
The thought that he was damaged, I cloned again, but had the same problem. I started with the standard iso w2k8 and selected repair, but he says that the drive with the operating system is 0 kb then I removed the vm of the inventory, moved the 60 GB for a local DS vmdk and created a VM from disk in case the problem was with my DS on the SAN. The same problem.
Any ideas? I just started Googling for the autocheck error, but would appreciate some advice if you have seen this.
Oh, and I get errors when I try to download the log file of the DS, so that to bother me a bit. Otherwise no problem to copy files to and from DS.
This thread is maybe worth a visit
If I select "Don't customize" when you create a Windows 2008 server option 'Deploy virtual machine this model' is the system of Sysprep or should I run sysprep later on to get a new SID, and remove the duplicate information?
Here's how we set up our W2K8 models and how to deploy off them as well.
I am trying to clone and customize a VM-W2K3 with vCenter Server 4.0.0 running in a VM W2K8.
This fails because of "Windows customization resources are found on the server" in my VM W2K8.
Okay, but where exactly do I have to copy the sysprep files, as there is no such directory
C:\ & lt; ALLUSERSPROFILE & gt; \Application Data\Vmware\VMware VirtualCenter\sysprep
as described in the ESX and vCenter Server Installation Guide.
Customization of a VM W2K8 is ok, files sysprep (or equivalent) seems to be part of a W2K8 facility.
For Server 2008 is the path
So I plan on building a Windows 2008 virtual machine, and then I want to convert into a model. I would then like to "deploy" a VM from this model. I know in the world of W2K3 you just copy the files in Virtual Center, but what's different in W2K8?
Here is a step by step how to configure sysprep with deployment of model http://vinf.net/2009/07/09/how-to-deploy-a-windows-2008-server-from-a-template-with-vsphere/
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We have a lot of different brands and models of laptops and have a sysprep image that we use for all of them and so far had no other problem that have to update the drivers after the laptop has been photographed.
That is until we started to buy Toshiba laptops!
After that we photographed the laptop it blue screens with either
Stop: 0 x 00000050 (0xF0000223, 0 x 0, 00000002 00000000, 0x806BAF76)
Even after the repair of the image it blue screens.
So far, we had to build a new image for each laptop model Toshiba and then image.
Any ideas on how I can get my sysprep image to work?
Hmm different laptops have different hardware, so I don't think you can use a single image for all mobile phones. Each computer or laptop model requires the image clean s with own drivers and isn't compatible with other models.
You can install Windows Toshiba Recovery disk?
I have a question I've been working on these past few weeks with no result. I have two HP ProOne 400 G2 that makes Blue Screen of Death, whenever I have run Sysprep on them. I got installed and sysprep with Windows 8.1, but with Windows 10 computers it crashing whenever I try.
I assume this has something to do with a bad driver for a device connected to the BUS PCIExpress, but don't know what to do from here.
I get the following in my analysis of the BSOD:
Windows Kernel Version 10586 MP (2 processors) 10 free x 64
Product: WinNt, suite: TerminalServer SingleUserTS
By: 10586.0.amd64fre.th2_release.151029 - 1700
Core = 0xfffff801 '02e7f000 PsLoadedModuleList = 0xfffff801' 0315dcb0
The debugging session: Wed Jan 14 11:35:23.343 2016 (UTC + 01:00)
System Uptime: 0 days 0:27:03.005
BUILD_VERSION_STRING: 10586.0.amd64fre.th2_release.151029 - 1700
SYSTEM_PRODUCT_NAME: HP ProOne G2 400 20 inch Touch AiO
BIOS_VERSION: N13 worm. 02.02
BASEBOARD_VERSION: KBC Version 05.26
CPU_MICROCODE: 6, 5, 3, 0 (F, M, S, R) GIS: 49'00000000 (cache) 49'00000000 (init)
ANALYSIS_SESSION_HOST: TNI - PC2
ANALYSIS_SESSION_TIME: 28/01/2016 09:26:11.0835
ANALYSIS_VERSION: 10.0.10586.567 amd64fre
ffffd001 'a3529e08 fffff801' 02e41f1f: 00000000'00000124 00000000'00000004 ffffe000'25cbc038 00000000' 00000000: nt! KeBugCheckEx
ffffd001 'a3529e10 fffff801' 0308fe88: ffffe000 ' 25cbc038 ffffe000 '25d0ca98 ffffe000' 25d0ca98 ffffe000 ' 25d275c0: hal! HalBugCheckSystem + 0xcf
ffffd001 'a3529e50 fffff800' acb08838: ffffe000 00000000'00000750 00000000'00000000 ' 25d0ca04 ffffe000'27994010: nt! WheaReportHwError + 0 x 258
ffffd001 'a3529eb0 fffff800' acb015c2: ffffd001 ' 9eff6c80 ffffd001 'a3529f50 ffffd001' a34f1180 ffffe000 ' 24add200: pci! ExpressRootPortAerInterruptRoutine + 0x24c
ffffd001 'a3529f10 fffff801' 02e83387: ffffd001 '9eff6c80 00000000' ffff6dd1 00000000' 158aa449 00000000'00000010: pci! ExpressRootPortInterruptRoutine + 0 x 22
ffffd001'a3529f70 fffff801'02 fc 2168: ffffd001 '9eff6c80 ffffe000' 27a 49040 00000000' 000001ba ffffe000'27414440: nt! KiCallInterruptServiceRoutine + 0 x 87
ffffd001 'a3529fb0 fffff801' 02fc23f7: 00000000'00000000 00000000'00000001 fffff801 00000000' 0000002f'0319 c 180: nt! KiInterruptSubDispatch + 0 x 108
ffffd001 'a9ca5490 00000000' 00000000: 00000000'00000000 00000000'00000000 00000000'00000000 00000000'00000000: nt! KiInterruptDispatch + 0 x 37
TARGET_TIME: 2016-01 - 14 T 10: 35:23.000Z
OSPLATFORM_TYPE: x 64
OSNAME: Windows 10
OSEDITION: Windows 10 WinNt TerminalServer SingleUserTS
OSBUILD_TIMESTAMP: 2015-10-30 03:15:45
BUILDOSVER_STR: 10.0.10586.0.amd64fre.th2_release.151029 - 1700
HP has a solution for me and are working on a new BIOS to correct the problem of permanence.
Go to the configuration of the BIOS F10-> advanced-> System Options-> and uncheck 'allow PCIe/PCI SERR # Interrupt.
Then, you are able to run Sysprep without blue screen of death.
I see that HP has released a new BIOS version 02.03 last month. You might want to try everything first, but if not, try the above solution.
a windows xp pro, I built the image on a tecra 9100 and managed to get almost all of our cell phones started syspreped image here is the Tecra M1, M2, M3, M5 and Portege R100, R200 and a R500.
However, I get a blue screen of death when I try to start the M9. I found a few posts that say when the image was created to UNINSTALL the host IDE controllers and then run the command sysprep.
It helped when we had problems with the portege R500 however the M9 turns out to be embarrassing.
Someone at - it ideas?
Thanks in advance
why Don t you are installing the system separately on the machine? Maybe it works. This thing with the IDE controller is true, but not the only story. There are things like the drivers and services that could possibly cause the BSOD.
My suggestion: clean install with no problems and the drivers are present. That you please, ha? ;)
I am trying to create a sysprep to Tecra A9 without success.
The section SysprepMassStorage looking like that.
; Toshiba RAID
PCI\VEN_8086 & dev_2653 & subsys_0f001179 = 'C:\Drivers\ mass\ToshRaid\KR10I.inf '.
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_27C5 & SUBSYS_0F001179 = 'C:\Drivers\ mass\ToshRaid\KR10I.inf '.
; PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_2829 = "C:\Drivers\mass\A9\ich8id2.inf".
; PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_2829 = "C:\Drivers\mass\A9\ich8ide.inf".
PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_2850 = 'C:\Drivers\mass\A9\ich8ide. INF '.
; PCI\VEN_8086 & DEV_2850 = "C:\Drivers\mass\A9\ich8id2.inf".
I'm good or bad. I have line 2 with the Guid 2829 rem and 1 line with the Guid of 2850.
Any help would be grateful.
I put t know exactly what is the fault, but as far as I know, you will need to install the Intel Matrix Storage Manager before you continue the installation of Windows operating system.
I guess you must include this iMSM in the picture!
All that s what I can suggest. Maybe this info can be useful for you.
We have a syspreped image, that was created on a Toshiba Tecra M2.
Our current image works on the following model of machines: -.
Toshiba Portege 4000
Toshiba Portge 4010
Toshiba Portege M100
Toshiba Portege R100
Toshiba Tecra M2
Toshiba Tecra S1
Toshiba Satellite Pro 6000
Toshiba Satellite Pro 6100
We should now get the image while you work with the new Toshiba Tecra M5.
The driver that I have a problem with is HDAUDBUS.sys
When the machine starts first, and almost before it even tries to build some itsself, it says it cannot find the file 'hdaudbus.sys' and it seems that it is in the D: research, if you navigate to system32\drivers, then the driver is installed correctly, but I can't seem to automate this process.
I copied all required driver files and inf.
I filled the sysprep.inf (under the heading "OemPNPDriversPath") file with the driver and the correct path. It made no difference. I also 'DriversSigningPolicy' value 'IGNORE '.
I have sysprep using the image - pnp, mini installation then close it carefully.
The question is:-
(A) I do something wrong, and is there a good way to get windows/sysprep automatically install this driver?
(B) I have a fix for the problem above, is:--
Put our sysprep would be the image on the Tecra M5, manually installed ALL of the correct drivers and then re-Sysprep image. The question is, is it OK to do this? (It seems to work)? Or is it not advisable to sysprep image, several times, on different model machines?
Any advice would be appreciated!
Your ad is very interesting, but I don't really know which should help you. As you can see that he is user in the forum and you'll be lucky if anyone can tell you anything about your problem.
This file is Microsoft one and try to check in a Microsoft support page, if there is solution available.
In any case good luck!
I am trying to sysprep my X 1 carbon and after you run sysprep while closing, I get a BSOD with a DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE. I checked the minidump with bluescreen viewer and the problem driver is listed as ntoskrnl.exe. No idea which driver might cause this?
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I got a reply on net microsoft technology. I submitted the memory dump, and it turns out that 3 usb driver was causing the problem. I had to uninstall and reinstall all my drivers usb Manager devices, just before you run sysprep. No BSOD after that.
We recently got a few P300s to add to our environment.
The drivers for this device have been added successfully to our unified using DISM .wim image. After you apply the image to the P300, it goes through the usual process of sysprep and seems to be setting up the PC. However, it cannot join the domain and on logging as long as local administrator, he has in fact not all installed drivers P300.
Strangely, if I simply launch a manual 'Search for hardware changes' in the Device Manager, all devices installed very well. If the driver files are present and functional, but for some reason any on his machine is not installed automatically. Another way I can start the installation, is going in the device settings and to update Windows Update (even if it's just using those found locally).
I tried several ways to get this working, including "devcon rescan" running initially to the top, but nothing helped. In any case, they really need to settle during the sysprep process so that the ethernet controller install and he can join the domain correctly.
I also tried to recreate the image from scratch, but the problem persists, even though I explicitally drivers only P300. If I manually install or follow my steps above of course, they work fine... I could take a picture with them installed and add the drivers of the other models, but it's not ideal.
This problem will not occur on all other machines that we use this image, including many other models of Lenovo.
Lenovo T530 (Windows 7, x 64 SP1) Sysprep OOTB generalized
After the Sysprep, the system loses the icons on the dial-up connections (Version 5.85) and Power Manager (Version 6.32) in the taskbar. I can get back them, if I do a right click on the taskbar and choose the AC and the PM manually.
Is there a possibility that the symbols retained after the sysprep?
Probably because the tools are not added to the taskbar in user 'by default'. Added tools to the taskbar in Audit mode?
Although sysprep will not keep certain parameters. You may need to use 'unattended.xml' to set up scripts to add these tools to the task bar.
Just one more question: what is the PM tool appears in its factory condition?
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