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  1. Hi, Does anyone know why MDT 2012 Windowhide.exe doesn't show the BGInfo wallpaper during setup phase. We are using SCCM 2012 SP1 and MDT 2012 script parts. The commands (WindowHide.exe firstuxwnd) seems to execute fine but still the default black screen with the windowslogo is shown. It works fine in the PE phase of the setup. Regards B
  2. I forgot to tell you that my bootimage is X64 so Putty won´t work. Any other ideas?
  3. Hi, does anyone know how to get Telnet working in WinPE 3.0? Which files that are needed and so on... Regards B
  4. Thank you! Works perfect! Best Regards B
  5. Hi, Do you know if the wpchange is available in X64 version? Regards
  6. Hi, Does anyone know how the refresh the desktop wallpaper in WINPE x64 after winpe have started? I would like to change desktop wallpaper when my script comes to certain steps. I have found several exe files that makes it possible in winpe X86 but not in X64 since syswow subsystem is not available. RUNDLL32.EXE user32.dll,UpdatePerUserSystemParameters does not work either. Anyone with programming skills can easily do this, code is found on MS website. Remember that it must be X64... Plz help! Regards B
  7. I understand what you mean, but when you create the bootimage in SCCM you can´t edit winpeshl.ini bacause it will be overwritten by SCCM and you can´t use startnet.cmd because it is not used. I have tried to add a modified winpeshl.ini via extra files to Winpe but SCCM still overwrite the file. I think it will behave the same way if you create the bootimage "outside" SCCM and import it. Regards B
  8. Hi, Yes, I have tried the same thing too and it seems to work. The only problem with this that winpeshl.ini will be overwritten if you do "update dp:s" so you have to keep this in mind everytime you should create a new iso. Regards
  9. Hi, I´m having problems to use a dll in my winpe bootimage. I´m adding the dll to winpe by using the extra directory option in SCCM. I´m registering the dll with a script in TSconfig.ini and this script then starts another vbs that should use the dll. But nothing happens at all when the script is started. No error message, no nothing... The script works and the dll too if I do the same thing with PE outside SCCM. It also works great on my XP client. Any ideas? Regards B
  10. Hi, Not yet. I´m still trying to get HP to look at the case. Please let me know if you run into a soloution. Regards
  11. Hi, In my case it is not an option. We don´t have DHCP on all subnets so I really need to get this working. I will contact HP and see if they can assist. Regards
  12. Hi, I run into problems 9 of 10 times when booting a HP server via ILO (iso boot). The iso is a Windows PE image created using sccm 2007 SP2. I get the message: Unable to read task sequence configuration disk. When looking into smsts.log it seems like it won´t search the virtual CD for the files needed and just crasches. When pressing F8 and going into the command prompt there is no problems to access the virtual CD drive. It also works if I manually start %SYSTEMDRIVE%\sms\bin\x64\TsBootShell.exe It seems like it is some kind of timing issue. Maybe it loads the virtual CD driver to late/slo
  13. Hi, I have tried now and it did´nt work. I added the variable (Servernamevariable) to the propertiesline. Is this line correct? Should I use %variable% syntax? Program = http://%Servernamevariable%/Getprograms.asmx
  14. Hi all, I have a vbscript that I execute in my task sequence to set some variables during OSD. One of these variables needs to be used in customsettings.ini to connect to a server to retrieve a list of applications to install during my OSD Task sequence. The vbscript uses oTSEnv = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment") to set the variables. I can see that the variable I need is set correctly when I output all the variables during OSD. My customsettings.ini looks like this: [settings] Priority=Default, getprograms Properties=MyCustomProperty [Default] OSInstall=Y [getprograms] Program
  15. Hi, does anyone know if it is possible to change to logon screen when connecting via RDP? I have managed to do it when you log on at the console. I have made these settings: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background] "OEMBackground"=dword:00000001 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\System] "UseOEMBackground"=dword:00000001 And added backgroundDefault.jpg to c:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds folder. But is it possible to make it for RDP sessions?
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