I have a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook, that I have been unable to image, and I was hoping someone could point me in the right direction.
We use Provisioning, and I have created a new USB boot disk for the provisioning menu. I had to modify the \Boot\boot.wim and boot_x64.wim files to include the NIC driver for the USB-NIC adapter (adding them using the "Manage the Drivers in the WinPE image" shortcut didn't work, apparently. There were in the boot.wim, but not the boot_x64.wim even though I added to all 3 options in the WinPE driver dialog)
Since the ultrabook doesn't have a built in NIC, I use the USB boot media to start WinPE and a USB-NIC adapter for network.
Currently our provisioning tasks use FixWindows.exe and FixUnattend.exe to make sure our sysprep settings are applied correctly. Since the UEFI bios requires 64bit exe's these steps fail. I also inject the Sysprep script in Post-OS Installation, and the script works correctly on our other provisioning tasks.
If I attempt to boot the ultrabook using legacy bios, I get a boot mgr is missing or operating system is not found error on start up.
Is there a way to inject a sysprep script and not need to use the FixWindows or FixUnattend .exe's? or are these available in 64bit?
Or is there another method altogether to image a computer with UEFI bios?