OSD Failed.  Boot to original OS possible?
I have pushed an OSD package to a computer in a remote location and it is failing to access the package share in Windows PE to download the WIM. I think it is because the right network drivers are not in the WinPE image. Is there any way to make the machine stop attempting to boot to WinPE and go back to the original OS? It doesn't look like it has reached the point where the drive has been formatted yet, so I thought there might be a way.
October 4th, 2010 7:17pm

Hi abanford, Yes there are several ways to do this. But the most vital is to remove the client from the advertisement.Kind regards Tim Nilimaa IT Consultant at Mindgrape (Sweden) Please remember to mark this answer as helpful if it helped you.
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October 29th, 2010 9:32am

sounds lige you are using MDT.. if so you must remove the MININT and _SMSTASKSEQUENCE folder from your C drive, LiteTouch.vbs from startup, and delete the autoadmin logon from registry... if you are running SCCM excatly what happens??? Michaelhttp://kongkuba1.spaces.live.com
October 29th, 2010 3:21pm

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