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I created a capture CD within SCCM console using the Task sequence, I chose the x86 boot option which is the corret architecture. I copied the winxp sysprep files to reference computer to the c:\sysprep folder. I insert the bootable capture CD I created, chose the location of the wim file, user account that has permissions to shared folder to where capture file will be copied. after I enter all the information and the capture CD starts to run I pretty much immediately get a task sequence error 0x80004005 and I have to close the install. I haven't created any custom task sequences, I just used the Create Task sequence media option and went from there. Am I missing something? Please help
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TarekIsmail earned 2000 total points
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HI,

make sure the Reference computer configured with the below:
The computer must be a member of a workgroup.
The local Administrator password must be blank.
Do not require password complexity in the local system policy.

also make sure you have the right network /storage drivers added to your boot image.
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Thanks, that defnitely helps. You get credit for that. Also big part I was forgetting was that I had the SMS client installed on the reference computer. Once I uninstalled that I was able to capture the image successfully.
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