I am currently running into an issue with the image deployment process in my college's computer lab. Long story short, the upload and deploy processes both work flawlessly with our Windows 8 workstations. However, after image deployment, the workstations all receive the following error message upon boot: "Repairing disk errors. This might take over an hour to complete."
I believe I followed all of the common suggestions, such as: disabling hibernation with powercfg, ensuring no windows updates are marking the disk as dirty, running a chkdsk /F, defragmenting the disk before upload, etc. Likewise, I also attempted uploading the image with and without the shrink partition option. If someone can take a look at the attached logs, I would be greatly appreciated! Any help, feedback, or advice is most welcome!
Luckily, my college's computer lab has CrucibleWDS for imaging the workstations. Though, after the image deployment process is confirmed to be working, we'll be migrating everything over to CloneDeploy!
With that said, I truly cannot appreciate the author enough for creating and supporting both of these software applications over the past few years!
Thank you so much!