I am looking for pointers on Audit mode,I have OS deployment setup from the extracted DVD source. So my provisioning template is laid out like this
remove all partitions
Map to image share
Map to driver/config share
Execute file %path%\setup.exe /noreboot /unattend:audit.xml (this uses the installFrom to launch x64bit install.wim)
File copy WMI_model.exe to c:\drivers
File copy oobeunattend to c:\windows\system32\sysprep\
Hardware Indepent Imaging
Upon reboot it launches the rest of the OS configuration settings and does OOBE where I left out computer name in the .xml file so it prompts to name the Computer. Then it goes in does my first logon commands to configure windows.
My problem is that even though I have an unattend audit it is not installing from the C:\windows\lddriverstore. the drivers are there but the do not install. if I skip OOBE all together and manaully run sysprep /generalize /oobe /reboot .unattend:oobe.xml it installs the drivers.
Is anyone else using this method to deploy is it possible to automate? I assume it is an issue with my unattend but I have literally tried over 100 different unattend files and I can't get it to run smooth.
I will attach my xml files later. I do not have them handy to attach right now.
I want to have no images to update just configuration files. I would rather not have to inject driver files in the install.wim.
Message was edited by: freddykid I ended up looking back at my audit.xml and added the pass OOBE reseal to Mode (audit) after that it worked.