Tripredacus, on 10 January 2013 - 09:31 AM, said:
Tomorrow, on 10 January 2013 - 01:05 AM, said:
One of the VBS should have shown a progress bar for the setupcomplete progress and
See this for guidance: Add a Custom Script to Windows Setup
Notice it says that setupcomplete.cmd runs using the LOCAL SYSTEM priviledge. Because of Session 0 Isolation, anything running under this type of account is prohibited to interact with the Desktop. So to sum it up, you won't see a progress bar for example.
Try using FirstLogonCommands
I am already using FirstLogonCommands in my autounattend file but for obvious reasons i just dont want to bloat the xml file with hundreds of lines of extra code. I have a few commands now that do some essential stuff like resizing the pagefile,disabling hibernation,DEP and automatic pagefile management.
Still it would be good to get the SetupComplete to work.
Regarding the progressbar:
"ProgressBar.vbs" - Is a script that uses the IE rendering engine to display a bouncing-box progress bar for while the scripts in the "setupcomplete.cmd" are running. Normally, this is just a black screen. Without some sort of on-screen notification, we've had a few people think the computer is "broken" and reboot it - which breaks the deployment.