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I'm kinda new to the whole professional deployment process. Maybe some of you guys have an idea with my problem:
I want to to have an generalized image (sysprep) of my HP 350 G2 WIN10 Prof Notebook. Right now I only got an image without sysprep.
After deploying the notebook, I want windows to be already activated and each Notebook with its own Key, so the enduser just have to enter a computer name and password.
As I told im new to the topic, and other forum posts to the topic sysprep didnt help me that much.
I found in the profile of the image the topic "sysprep" but I dont know what to do there.
Do I need the Windows Deployment Kit or is it enough to use the local sysprep file and then image the notebook again?
Kind regards for all tips and advices coming :)
So I think I found the error, there was somethign wrong when trying to rewite mbr /gpt, so I deleted some partition space so I had some unused bytes left at the end of the hard drive.
After this everything worked fine.
Do you need any further information or log ?
Thanks for the quick reply.
Im not quite sure if the task finishes successfully. I dont think so. There seems to be an error with the deployment process. But yes
Afterwards the Notebook tries to boot, windows bar is loading and then it boots again.
I made picture, see attached file .
Weird thing is that the Notebook which uploaded the Image works fine with no errors
first of all thank you for your work so far, i really enjoy using your deployment tools.
But now I got a problem and I hope you can help me:
I have been setting up an Win7 Image and did upload it. Everything is fine.
When I want to deploy the Image to other clients, I get the Partclone error.
Afterwards the client cant boot to windows anymore.
Is there a problem with the image itself and the partitions?
I Uploaded the Image im using twice and did deploy it multiple times to different clients.