Which imaging tool are you using? Remember that any file-based imaging tool (i.e. imagex) needs to re-select active partition
Which OS are you deploying? If you are deploying Windows Vista you should run "bootsect /nt60 c:\" in order to change boot loader from c:\ntldr to c:\boot\
Please give more information about your template.
i am just using imagew.
A single disk partition, nothing special at all.
I upgraded to 8.8 SP2 from 8.8 SP1 and am having the same issues. Imaging completes successfully, no errors in my OSD log and a nice NTLDR is mising message upon reboot. It is interesting to note that after I reboot the machine back into WinPE, open up a console window and look at the existing C: drive all I see is the LDISCAN.CFG and ldsleep.exe files as well as a sysprep directory that only has the sysprep.inf file created by LANDesk in it. The imaging process was working beautifully before I upgraded. What changed?!
that is my exact issue aswell. I am going to log a support call and will post the result.
Well my issue was resolves by Matt Hoff (Good guy) and ended up beig a permissions issue.
I'm working with Matt Huff as well on this issue. The guy doesn't give up, that's for sure. I've confirmed that my permissions are good for my shared folders and my problem only started after the SP2 upgrade. I'll keep you guys posted as this gets worked out.
Got it! I had to swap out the /2.0/imagew.exe executable that gets run by the imaging scripts (I use v2 images) that came with SP2 with the version in SP1. All of my OSD scripts came back into working order after the replacement.
Working imagew.exe - 1200KB 3/24/2008 10:41AM
Non-working imagew.exe - 1224KB 8/18/2008 7:12AM
We are running LDMS 8.8 SP2 and we are having the same issue.
How do I get my hands on the SP1 version of imagew.exe (1200KB 3/24/2008 10:41AM), we never used SP1 any ideas??
I had the same issue, I opened a ticket up through the self-service portal, and the tech who helped me provided me the following link: ftp://ftp.landesk.com/incoming/imagew.exe . Hopefully it is alright that I have provided this link.
The link above refers to version 1.x of imagew. I was using imagew 2.0.