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SCCM 2012 R2 - Capture Server OS (Windows Server 2012 R2)

Posted on 2014-04-21
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I'm trying to capture Windows Server 2012 R2 using System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2. The capture seems to go ok, I setup the deployment, and the deployment seems to be fine - no errors.

When I log in, I see a gray "start" bar and I cant click on anything. When I press Windows+E to open explorer, I get the following error:

"The server process could not be started because the configured identity is not correct. Check the username and password."

I've captured Windows 7 just fine, why isn't Server 2012 R2 working?

-IT_Crowd
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We have a third party utility called the UIU - Universal Imaging Utility that injects drivers into the installation. This was failing (though it continued upon fail). Now that I have taken this piece out, I am no longer experiencing this issue.
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