Keep in touch with Experts ExchangeTech news and trends delivered to your inbox every month Live Consultants Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an As you probably know, there are x86 and x64 versions of the runtimes, and for Windows 7 x64, you need both. any idea? Step 9 – Configure the deployment share To configure the deployment settings, you modify the two rules files (Bootstrap.ini and CustomSettings.ini). my review here
PROGRESS: 0: Starting. SQL Server 2008 Express x64 with tools, updated to SP1. Editing the Windows 7 unattend.xml file. Source directory: D:\ c. visit
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So far, this works and I can edit the unattend.xml files from within MDT 2010 for the two task sequences I have created in this deployment share. B. Events May 15. The Specified Image File Did Not Contain A Resource Section Then in the Lite Touch Boot Image Settings area, configure the following settings: Image description: MDT Build Lab x86 ISO file name: MDT Build Lab x86.iso In the Windows PE tab,
Update the deployment share, by right-clicking the MDT Build Lab deployment share and select Update Deployment Share. Generating A Catalog For The Operating System Image. This Could Take A Long Time permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]johnd-23[S] 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(3 children)yea 8.1 adk. So, now I guess I have to build a 32-bit box for the express purpose of creating a catalog so I canoccasionally edit an x86 Unattend.xml file. PROGRESS: 10: Mounting Windows image: C:\lokaal\Operating Systems\Lokaal\w7office2010_aug2012.wim.
Repeat the above step for the other runtimes. Waik In the Windows PE tab, in the Platform dropdown list, make sure x86 is selected. State Restore. After several minutes of examination, it hit me what my mistake was: I was using the 64-bit version of Windows SIM with a 32-bit image. I used the correct version and
Ihopetroubleshooting soon or someone canhelp. :) regards, Friday, June 08, 2012 2:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I tried to follow the advice of Andrew Barnes andi Done :) MDT 2013 Update 2 capturing a Windows 7 Image, and since you are using Windows 10 ADK v1607, you also get a nice progress bar. Unable To Edit The Unattend.xml For This Os Because No Catalog Could Be Located Or Generated Save your answer file Now you can open it from the Edit Unattended.xml button of Task Sequence Properties in MDT! Non-zero Return Code From Catalog Utility, Rc = 2002 For more info, see the Windows ADK 10 page on MSDN: MDT 2013 Update 2 Visual C++ runtimes (2005,2008,2010,2012,2013 and 2015) available on Microsoft Download Center.
Note: If you want to build a Windows 10 reference image for SCVMM 2012 R2, simply follow this guide to get the WIM file, and then use the Convert-WindowsImage.ps1 script on this page How convenient...
You can do the either via the MDT Build Lab deployment share properties, or directly in the file system, in the E:\MDTBuildLab\Control folder. Then mount MDT Build Lab x64.iso on the virtual machine. Configuration Designer. get redirected here x64 Image Manager - Can create catalogs only for x64 Windows images.
Click OK. Windows 10 Adk There have been errors in the answer file for the x86 with Win 7 versions and of Win 8 that prohibit a deployment. Database is named MDT SQL Server DB Engine running as NTAUTHORITY/SYSTEM The Domain Admin user I'm logging on to the console with is sysadmin on server and dbo for MDT database.
For this guide you need the following software. Download each runtime from Microsoft Download Center, and copy to the corresponding folder in C:\Setup\Install - Microsoft Visual C++ - x86-x64\source. So here it is: A Step-by-step guide to create the perfect Windows 7 reference image using MDT 2013 Update 2. I actually want the same setup for both types of systems.
Application name: Install - Visual C++ 2005 SP1 – x86-x64 d. Error Message This entry was posted in MDT, Operating System Deployment and tagged MDT 2010, MDT 2012. The fact that we can't install the x86 WAIK on an x64 OS like Server 2008 R2 is pretty annoying, especially when one considers the limitations of the x64 edition, i.e., useful reference Visual C++ runtimes added as applications.
Any ideas as to what might be happening here? 10 commentsshareall 10 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]JacksonClarkson 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(0 children)It can't find the catalog. Inside of Windows 7 DS i have two operation System x86 and x64 and i can edit the unattend file in both systems. After the Tattoo action, add a new Group action with the following setting: Name: Custom Tasks (Pre-Windows Update) State Restore. The first deployment share, "MDT LAB", I want to use to store the factory install.wim images and use to deploy and capture reference images.
Note: In my environment, my WSUS server is named WSUS01, and I’m using the default WSUS port in Windows Server 2012 R2 which is 8530. Then add the following applications: Install - Microsoft Visual C++ - x86-x6 Install - Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 After the Install - Internet Explorer 11 for Windows using Deployment Workbench, expand MDT Build Lab / Advanced Configuration. Task Sequence configured for the reference image build and capture.
All server operating systems are now coming in x64 now so how do you get around it? Use the following settings for the New Deployment Share Wizard (my data volume on MDT01 is E:) a. Add a new Install Roles and Features action with the following settings: Name: Install - Microsoft NET Framework 3.5.1 Select the operating system for which roles are to be installed: Windows MDT 2013 Update 2 requires Windows ADK 10 (use v1607 or later).
Expand the Task Sequences node, right-click on the Windows 7 node, and select New Task Sequence. Using the Deployment Workbench, expand Deployment Shares / MDT Build Lab / Applications and create a folder named Microsoft. Also, since Internet Explorer 11 is the only supported version of Internet Explorer these days, you should install that too. Right-click the Windows 10 node, and select Import Operating System.
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