We use ghost here in our environment and I would like to utilize Provisioning to capture our Images. I can easily setup the capture to work by creating an image with a specific name however I would like to have this name be variable based off of last login. Can anyone help me with the commandline parameters to get this setup. Currently it's the default. -clone,mode=dump,src=1,dst=Z:\Provisioning\Captures\Win_XP_SP3.gho
Just thought I'd check in again on this.
Anyone have any suggestions?
1) Define a public variable, e.g.: LastLogin = "Computer"."Login Name"
2) Use %LastLogin% as a part of the filename in the imaging applications commandline (must be in provisioning, of cause)
I think this is the way it is supposed to go...
I've just stepped into provisioning and never tested this myself. I am perfectly fine with %ldHostname% which is defined as a public variable in prvisioning out of the box.
bis denn dann
Ha, I didn't think to use a Public Variable but I'm certain this will work. Let me define it. Thanks!
So this certainly works. The only issue I run into is that Ghost prompts me saying "Are you sure you would like to proceed with Image Creation."
Not really sure how to silence that one.
The -sure and -auto tags suppress the message. This is working great! Thank you!