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SCCM captured image doesn't reimage new machine with all apps - apps now missing??

Posted on 2014-10-07
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hi

captured a reference pc with sccm, left reference pc on line.

tested the captured image onto an identical machine both 64 bit, but it's missing the apps that were installed on the reference machine.

the reference machine had these apps on it nothing out of the ordinary.

adobe reader
7zip
trend office scan
citrix on line plug in
adobe air

???

As far as i am concerned, capturing an image via sccm is the same as doing ghost, clonezilla, altiris etc in theory - granted
different sofware etc.

???

Thanks in advance.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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When you apply the image in your task sequence set  the CopyProfile is set to True in the Unattend.xml (Specialize Pass)

Add that to your apply task sequence and report back.
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Michael Murphy earned 0 total points
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Thanks will report back asap
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by:Michael Murphy
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gone with alternative solution.
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