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Mark7ones

Setup [offlineServicing] error (Windows 7 x64 sp1)

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I had successfully installed Win7 from usbdrive using Autounattend.xml file and installed Win7 with integrated updates

following standard procedure.

If I try to deploy unattended installation of a Windows copy with integrated updates I get this error.

It seems like Windows cannot handle integrated updates in unattended mode.

Maybe some istruction in xml file's needed.

Autounattend.xml

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Your image has IE10 integrated. I already said on TechNet you need to remove the IEWelcomeMessage object from your answer file or else you will get this error.

See here for reference:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/f1978c86-3639-489f-b105-5591e59325f7/setup-offlineservicing-error-windows-7-homepremium-sp1-64bit#8edd3366-26e9-4be6-9486-690cf1dfa0d2

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Your image has IE10 integrated. I already said on TechNet you need to remove the IEWelcomeMessage object from your answer file or else you will get this error.

 

See here for reference:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/f1978c86-3639-489f-b105-5591e59325f7/setup-offlineservicing-error-windows-7-homepremium-sp1-64bit#8edd3366-26e9-4be6-9486-690cf1dfa0d2

It didn't work even without IE10 integration.

Making unattended installation with Microsoft is a nightmare.

There's a problem for every pass...

For example, I wanted to disable some features or packages and it didn't work.

Now I know that I have to apply unattend.xml to install.wim to make it works.

For updates it seems unattend switch (Sysprep) is required...

What can I say?

Microsoft f**k off!

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