So, I ran into something interesting yesterday. We got some HP pro-desk mini's in for a client. I went to prepare a golden image using one of them. Uninstalled all bloatware, unnecessary stuff and installed chrome with all java, .net, etc. Sysprep works smoothly and computer shuts down. Today, I go to boot up and get the image onto my Clone Deploy server. I'm greeted with a blue screen of disappointment, no winload.efi found. I tried to boot into recovery, no BCD found. Anybody have any similar experience with this? I'm stumped. I tried disabling secureboot and TPM.
Here's where it gets weirder. I restored the computer using a Veeam image I had taken previously, since I'm so used to things messing up in my life. After restore, the HDD shows a giant exclamation point like Bitlocker has an error. Bitlocker was never on in the first place. I cannot sysprep the restored image, the error in the log says that Bitlocker is on. To get around it, I did a complete factory restore from the restore partition.
I'm having a rough time with this. I can't tell if it's Windows 10 related or if it's HP related.
Thanks ahead of time.