I am having trouble with getting the answer file to work properly. Well then how to automate this from here?? Similarly, a lot of people don't create the system restore disks that their new laptop nags them about. I installed windows, no issues there, but I bumped into network driver issues. Originally I had put in TestComputer for the computer name in the answer file, but it still had named it DomainUser1, so I took the TestComputer out of the answer file, thinking it would prompt me for a name, but instead it named it DomainUser2. Upgraded and activated should result in a valid digital entitlement license.
I have tried both Home Premium x64 and Enterprise x64. I have the following sections configured using DomainUser: In the Unattend. To run the recovery, F8-command line, run the script from the command line, then run Reinstall Windows. Maps the mac address to a computer name. I have tried both Home Premium x64 and Enterprise x64. I configure and enable to unattend.
So I assume the secure boot key was created correctly. I downloaded iso and put it into. Also, in the Client tab there's a check box 'do not join client to a domain after an installation'. Unhooked all of my drives. One thing is really necessary to make sure he is not holding information from you - I really don't want to accuse anybody, but Windows being uncertain about it's own product key isn't really a normal situation without using 3rd party tools: Your friend gets himself sorted and gets the upgrade key from the windows store. I did upgrade my motherboard and processor, which if I'm not mistaken is necessary for activation.
Upgraded and activated should result in a valid digital entitlement license. But I'm trying to prepare the deployment of this image to possibly hundreds of computers via multicast. Oh, wait, sysprep weirdness, what's that I guess that i could just forget all about it and start fresh, which would be very painfully time consuming, as it is painful to just ignore this, not understand why it's causing it and how to prevent it Found the issue. Is there a way to avoid this so the user is not asked this? You have to examine every possible cause for things like this, and it's difficult to tell from a distance whether someone is being honest or not. Originally I had put in TestComputer for the computer name in the answer file, but it still had named it DomainUser1, so I took the TestComputer out of the answer file, thinking it would prompt me for a name, but instead it named it DomainUser2.
I have followed every suggestion I could find on the web, non of which worked. I installed Win10 in it but it got an error during setup. Attempted to try and find answer file location. Individually walking up to 100s of computers to join them to the domain is ancient. This page kind of implies that a key may just be used to install and not necessarily activate. Thanks for your help in both answers!! Could someone please clarify, Will windows 10 update provide a product key for clean install? The other option would of course be to install Windows from scratch, but without the product key this isn't possible. Is there a solution to this? Asking nicely Run's just fine with VirtualBox-4.
How do I fix this issue? Which specific version of Win 10? Edit: Gotta say W8 appears to install abit quicker than previous versions! Thanks for any suggestions in advance. Either remove the invalid key or provide a valid product key in the unattend answer file to proceed with Windows installation. Hello everyone, I'm trying to do a clean install for Windows 10 using a usb. I am not doing an unattended install so I don't know why I get this message. Third, I need the user that's created during the process to be disabled after it's created since I already have an administrator account included in the image.
So I cleared the hdd and mounted my old one in. I have not opportunity to select any options because this is the first thing I see after I see the files are loading message. Software I have been reading a lot about imaging lately and I am starting to get it down. Windows 10 Pro is activated and I have the product key. Any ideas how I can install windows without needing the extra autounattend file and why this error is occurring? As for running the recovery from F8-Repair your computer, my solution was to make a copy of the generated Unattend. This far exceeded the allowed character limit of 15 characters.
No way that should appear. Kari Tks for the replies so far. I installed windows, no issues there, but I bumped into network driver issues. I installed windows, no issues there, but I bumped into network driver issues. But, this is a matter of taste and habits, no arguing :.
Looked online for other solutions. I have read through multiple threads, posts, and guides including the guide on this site. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information. One way or the other, it's better then nothing. There are some members who know this stuff fairly well - hang in for their input.
I googled answers in the Internet and there was a suggestion to turn off the floppy drive. To confirm this, I deleted both computer accounts, pulled to image again, it went through the setup process with no user input, I had the computername set to TestComputer, and in the end the computer was named DomainUser2 again. Both falling into the same error: I've removed all partition using gparted,. The reset got stuck at 66% how ominous and then informed me that the reset failed and the pc shut down. Can someone help me with this problem? I got a file called unattend.