1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 29, 2012 3:24 AM by steveperks

    Help with the unattend.

    Rookie

      I need some assistance with the unattend steps for Windows 7. I have provisioning running fine until the "Install Agent" Script.

       

      I have the setup as follows:

       

      -System Migration

           Reboot to WIN PE

      -Pre-OS Installation

           Remove Partitions

      -OS Installation

           Map Image Share

           Map Image Tool

           Deploy Image

           Set Active

           Mount Partition

      -Post-OS Installation

           Inject Unattend

           CTOS

      -System Configuration

           Delete Unattend

           Install Agent

           Shutdown

       

      The machine images fine, but when its complete, the bottom 2 show up as never running, and the machine does not fill in the information I've input into the Unattend. Is there any good documentation to provide Screen- Captures on all of the steps I need to have the unattend work with a Windows 7 machine?

       

      My C: is the primary partition, and I have the Target file name go to C:\unattend.txt ; however I am obviously missing something.

        • 1. Re: Help with the unattend.
          Apprentice

          Have a look at the logs on the core...find the log with the CJ-OSD XXXXXXX, it should give you an idea where it failed..

           

          One reason--CTOS is where most fail, ours failed on it due to the SQL database the driver database was handing the driver files with the slashes "/" the wrong way, I had to use SQLite and edit the database.3db every time we added or saved the new drivers..(only effects SP3). CTOS should reboot the machine and then continue with the script from the core, if any drivers fail-CTOS fails..hence the following system configuration not completeing.

           

          Another reason-- I put in a wait just after the agent of 120 seconds, it then continues to install my other applications-just before reboot I stick in another wait, this time 180, so that any applications can finish off, this is for Sophos to update itself/complete..

           

           

          hope this helps.

           

          Steve