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  1. Just sent the log file over
  2. I've tried it on a older image that I upgraded from 1607 to 1703. Then I tried it on a brand new image with a 1703 iso and nothing else installed. So far it has happened on two HP Probooks and two Dell Optiplex 3040s.
  3. Every image I try to install with the Creators update I get this error message during deployment. "Windows could not finish configuring the system" please reboot the computer. I've tried using a upgraded image from 1607 to 1703 and also a brand new 1703 install. Both give me the same error. If I just use the 1607 image it works great. But with building new machines I would like to start with the latest updates installed on Windows 10. Does anyone know a fix for this. Just as a test I didn't install any other software on Windows 10 before deployment.I'm also using the most recent version of smart deploy.
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    Question about network deployment

    Everything works fine with the PlatForm pack I created when I deploy using a thumb drive. It's just the network deployment. I didn't include Windows PE drivers so I'm trying that now. I'll post back if that works.
  5. We just bought quite a few Pansonic CF-54mk2 toughbooks and Smart Deploy only has Platform Packs for Windows 7. The laptops are Windows 10. So I made my own Platform Pack but I'm having a issue with Network Deployment. Once it boots to the Deploy screen it never gets a IP address. The software can't reach out to the Smart Deploy server because the network connection isn't working. So I'm assuming this has something to do with the Platform Pack or drivers. I only setup the Platform Pack for Windows 10. Am I missing something while creating the Platform Pack?
  6. In the past we had ~50 XP laptops that did not have internet access or network access. So I was able to create one primary image then just swap the hard drives out if a drive went bad into any of the ~50 computers. So basically every computer was identical. We had 8 spare identical hard drives. Now these computers are being replaced with Windows 10, Internet access and joined to the domain. I don't really think just swapping the drives out will be possible anymore or could lead to problems. Obviously since they are joined to the domain they will at a minimum need different computer names. Has anyone tried this, found a way for this to work or found any other problems with it.