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Microsoft Deployment Error: Deploying custom XP WIM

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I am using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 4.1 to deploy out a custom XP Pro WIM Image. The OS image was created and then SYSPREP was ran before booting into WINPE to create the WIM for MDT. The task sequence applies the WIM successfully, then reboots. After the reboot SYSPREP runs (from the OS image capture) and then prompts the logon screen. It appears the task sequence does not continue by auto logging in and running the tattoo and cleanup process. Below is the error I am receiving if I reboot into WinPE.   Does anyone have any advice or recommendations. I know I have seen this before but do not remember what the cause was, I am wondering if the SYSPREP on the OS image is preventing task sequence from completing. Any ideas??

ERROR-ZTITatoo state restore task should be running in the full OS, aborting

ZTI ERROR - Non-zero return code by ZTITatoo,rc=1

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Environment Error! please restart wizard again!

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ZTI Error - Non Zero return code by ZTIApplications, rc=1 Non-zero return code executing command "x:\deploy\tools\x86\TSMBootstrap.exe" /env:SAContinue, rc= -2147467259

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I have read this posted and this doesn't help me out to much.
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I was able to get this resolved. It was the sysprep file within the WIM, i did not have the "AutoLogon" set to "Yes" and the "AutoLogonCount" was not set under the "GuiUnattended".
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Hello,

could you please describe your solution in more detail. I have exactly the same error as you and I am not sure where to set the auto logon account

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