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Microsoft Deployment Error on install of new image with Lite Touch

Posted on 2011-03-07
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I am encountering the following error using Lite Touch to grab an image (WINDOWS 7 ENTERPRISE) that I setup using Deployment Workbench. The Lite-Touch-PE loads fine and I am able to select my image from the list. It goes through the preparation of the drive and formats the hard drive. When it proceeds to install the image file it immediately errors with this message.

ERROR - Unable to find setup, needed to install image \\location\image.wim
ZTI ERROR non-zero return code = -2147467259 0X800004005

Failed to run the action: Install Operating System
Incorrect function (Error:00000001; Source: Windows
The execution of the group (Install) has failed and the execution has been aborted.
An Action Failed.

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