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Posted on 2013-11-21
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I have setup a WDS server and have created the boot and capture images. When I sysprep a client and then try to capture the volume, no volume shows up at all. Have tried to re-sysprep and also inject drivers into my capture image. Volume never shows up when client is booted into capture image. What am I missing?
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What model is the client?

Also, have you tried to use a VM for this?
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