I have just received a load of 100+ computers off corporate lease for the school district I manage, and while imaging them in SCCM, i've noticed that of those 100 computers about 7 or 8 have failed during the task sequence. Just on a guess, I tried booting up off a windows 7 disk and physically deleting all partitions and THEN running the task sequence it fixes the issue and the task sequence jumps off/completes without any problems (which there's only been one main partition and one system reserve partition).
My question to you all, I want ALL computers that run my task sequences to completely wipe ALL partitions...and then go forward with the standard partitioning step that's in the task sequence (Step name Partition Disk 0 - BIOS, where it sets up a 350mb system reserve and then a 100% remaining space NTFS windows Primary partition)
Can someone point me in the right direction? I feel this is a simple process to add to my task sequence, but I wanted to confirm with some of you that might can ease my anxiety a bit first.
Thanks so much!
- Edited by Jon Ed Rowe, Magnolia Schools Tuesday, February 11, 2014 6:38 PM