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  1. I tried to capture an image today and it took over 2 hours. Everything seems slow, creating an bootable media is also taking about 2 hours. The PC we have Smartdeploy running on is an i5 quadcore and has 20gb of RAM. I can't seem to see where this slowness is coming from.
  2. Has anyone ever tried to image an Intel Compute Stick? This is a great tiny pc that we use for conferences and presentations but it's a pain to set every one of them up manually. http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/compute-stick/intel-compute-stick.html let me know!
  3. Just updated our imaging sticks (we do usb sticks for imaging new computers) and Smartdeploy shows "Cancelling" during image deployment. Then an error "An error occurred while applying the image" Any thoughts? I am recreating the SD image now to see if I just had a bad file... thanks, Steve
  4. Hello, When I deploy a Deployment Package (including image) the target host boots into smart deploy but then requests an image to be selected. I have attempted to complete the Deployment Package Wizard Answer File as well as build it all separately to no avail. Isn't this image supposed to be a part of the package?
  5. Howdy, When I deploy a Deployment Package (including image) the target host boots into smart deploy but then requests an image to be selected. Isn't this image supposed to be a part of the package? Apologies if I'm missing something simple here.
  6. Hello DeployCentral Forum! This question goes out for anyone experiencing odd behavior from an Offline Deployment Media (USB). OS: XP SP3 During the media wizard, I select the Image File, Platform Pack and my Unattended Answer File. Once I click next, it asks if I want the wizard to update the answer file with the image file details...I click YES. Once I boot off of the USB, here comes my First issue, I receive the Welcome screen. In my answer file LINE#3 <welcome skip="1"> I have this set to "SKIP". I then click "Deploy Image" in the Welcome Screen and then comes my Second Issue, I am asked to select an Image File. I do so (Z:\WinXP.wim) and the image loads fine... PlatformPack seems to have loaded fine...no driver issues in the Device Manager. Answer File: -<smartdeploy version="1.1" version_debug="1.1.1980"> -<deploy_wizard mode="Unattended"> -<welcome skip="1"> <hide_options_button>true</hide_options_button> </welcome> -<select_image skip="1"> <image_file/> <image_name/> </select_image> -<disk_options skip="1"> -<!-- 0 = Recreate drives, 1 = Wipe & load drives, 2 = SmartMigrate --> <disk_option>0</disk_option> </disk_options> -<product_key skip="1"> <product_key/> </product_key> -<end_user_license_agreement skip="1"> <accept_eula>false</accept_eula> </end_user_license_agreement> -<user_information skip="1"> <full_name>Honda Federal Credit Union</full_name> <organization_name>Honda Federal Credit Union</organization_name> </user_information> -<regional_settings skip="1"> <time_zone>(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)</time_zone> <input_locale>English (United States)</input_locale> </regional_settings> -<display_settings skip="1"> <resolution>Auto Detect</resolution> <color_depth>Auto Detect</color_depth> <refresh_rate>Auto Detect</refresh_rate> </display_settings> -<network_tcpip_settings skip="1"> -<ipv4> -<!-- 0 = Obtain an IP address automatically, 1 = Use the following IP address --> <static>0</static> <ip_address/> <subnet_mask/> <default_gateway/> <preferred_dns_server/> <alternate_dns_server/> <preferred_wins_server/> <alternate_wins_server/> </ipv4> </network_tcpip_settings> -<network_identification skip="1"> <computer_name>XP-IMAGE</computer_name> -<!-- 0 = Domain, 1 = Workgroup --> <membership>1</membership> <domain/> -<domain_options> <option/> </domain_options> <organizational_unit/> -<organizational_unit_options> <option/> </organizational_unit_options> <workgroup>XP</workgroup> </network_identification> -<join_domain_credentials skip="1"> <username/> <domain/> <password/> </join_domain_credentials> -<wds_credentials> <server/> <username/> <domain/> <password/> </wds_credentials> -<summary skip="1"> <hide_export_button>false</hide_export_button> </summary> <completion/> -<advanced_options> -<general> <platform_pack/> -<system_properties> <system_property enabled="0">DISABLE_SYSTEM_RESTORE</system_property> <system_property enabled="1">RESTORE_DRIVE_LETTERS</system_property> <system_property enabled="1">ENABLE_ADMINISTRATOR_ACCOUNT</system_property> <system_property enabled="1">PRESERVE_CRASH_CONTROL_SETTINGS</system_property> <system_property enabled="1">PRESERVE_DESKTOP_ICONS</system_property> </system_properties> <reboot_after_deployment>true</reboot_after_deployment> </general> -<identification> -<!-- 0 = Assign a new computer name automatically, 1 = Use the following naming method --> <naming_mode>0</naming_mode> -<naming_methods> <method>CUSTOM</method> <method>EXISTING</method> <method>WMI</method> </naming_methods> <custom_naming_scheme>XP-IMAGE#</custom_naming_scheme> <prefix/> <wmi_query>SELECT SMBIOSAssetTag FROM Win32_SystemEnclosure</wmi_query> </identification> -<migration> <protected_folder>Backup</protected_folder> <virtualization_platform/> <create_desktop_shortcut>false</create_desktop_shortcut> <files_to_exclude/> </migration> <tasks/> </advanced_options> -<settings> <active_directory/> <network_shares/> +<proxy_server> <proxy_server_url/> <username/> <password/> </proxy_server> <session_id/> <unattend_delay>10</unattend_delay> </settings> </deploy_wizard> <image_file>[AnswerFolder]\z\WinXP.wim</image_file> <platform_pack/> </smartdeploy> Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you, 'NetAdmin73