I'm perplexed by a sysprep error that I get with a particular unattend.xml file. Here's some background information: I built a Windows 7 64bit image for work... The original unattend.xml file was from a 32-bit windows 7 machine and all I did was go through it replacing any reference to "x86" with "amd64". Using this unattend.xml file, the 64-bit machine I built syspreps wonderfully. Me being me, I decided to create a new unattend.xml file using a 64bit version of Windows System Image Manager on another machine, during which is asked me to associate the file with a new wim/clg file - which I did. Now when I run sysprep, the process bombs out during the "specialze" phase with the following error:
"Execution of unattend GCs failed, hr=0x0 pResults -> hrResult=0x8030000b....
Anybody have an idea why this is happening?
Thanks - Adrian