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ImageX Access denied?

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pants    0

Hello,

I am using the new WDS for a few weeks now and i must say it's a great step forward from RIS but i'm having a weird problem capturing images.

I have a Windows XP SP2 installation which is completely rebuilt from the ground up with all the latestes software and service packs, when i want to capture it ImageX goes trough it's verifying process and hangs at the DLLCACHE\something.dll saying it's got a access denied.

Now the weird part is everytime it's a different file in this folder.

I've tried searching for a answer but i can't find any info on this.

Maybe unrelated but it's almost the same symptom:

I have a WDS test server on a completely isolated network that gave a similair error on the .NET framework assemblies.

Access denied on system.enterprise or somesuch. It's the version 2.0 of the file. If i look at the file is seems fine and has no weird permissions or anything.

This is on a Windows 2003 R2 X64 machine.

If anyone has any info on this i would be very much obliged.

Regards,

Pants

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pants    0

Ok,here goes.

Install windows XP sp2 with all applications and hotfixes.

Sysprep & reseal.

Reboot to PXE.

Start up the Litetouch WinPE2.0.

From the wizard exit to command prompt.

Map a network drive to our WDS server.

from this network drive i run.

imagex /capture c: z:\winxpSP2.wim

It then goes off verifying the files and it hangs at the DLLCACHE directory at some DLL. If i run the command again it hangs at different file in the DLLCACHE folder.

I can't really figure if there is something wrong with these files or something else is happening that triggers this error.

I have succesfully used this method to capture Win2K3 Servers.

Is this detailed enough? I'm more than happy to supply more information.

Kind regards,

Pants

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pants    0

I could give that a try, except i would like it to just work.

Will the DLLCACHE be rebuilt, i haven't found a satisfactory answer about that.

Regards,

Pants

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bj-kaiser    0

sorry, I think I was thinking to short here. DLLCACHE holds the files to avoid asking for the XP cd right? If that's right, it was a pretty stupid idea of me.

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