SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 capture failing Dell Thin Client


We are in the process of purchasing new Dell Thin Clients with Windows 10 IoT installed.

We have been advised by Dell that we can use SCCM 2012 R2 as the client is already installed anyway.

We are having an issue with the capture of the Golden Image.

It is loading and scanning volume then failing before it is writing anything to the storage device.

<![LOG[Failed to get unique id (0x80070001)]LOG]!><time="00:06:11.981-600" date="04-04-2017" component="TSManager" context="" type="3" thread="5060" file="diskvolume.cpp:502">
<![LOG[Failed to convert Z: to unique volume id. Code : 0x80070001. The volume may be a RAMDisk]LOG]!><time="00:06:11.981-600" date="04-04-2017" component="TSManager" context="" type="3" thread="5060" file="resolvesource.cpp:1555">

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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:

What disk partitioning is there, specifically what is Z:? Whatever it is, the ts is trying to use that instead of C:.
Also you don't really want to capture the physical machine. If you are creating an image, create a VM using the Dell provided WIM. They have a very good PDF walkthrough.

You did not mention the model but Dell's Wyse support is separate from the standard hardware. Go here:

for a W10 7040 for example.

Member_2_7494992Author Commented:
Hello Mike

We are just trying to capture the Windows 10 install, Standard SCCM capture method.

Thank you for the link we are already looked at that, as its a Windows 10 IoT (Wyse 5020). We had to do a export of drivers using powershell on the Wyse.  "PS C:\> Export-WindowsDriver -Online -Destination d:\drivers"  

We imported these drivers into SCCM (mostly the Storage Controller) and created a new boot disk and presto its now capturing.

Lucky HP have documented this

Thank you for taking the time to assist

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Member_2_7494992Author Commented:
Link provided is talking about Windows 7 capture and WIM provided by Dell for Windows Embedded 7, As stated it is a Windows 10 IoT install so no WIM provided or drivers from Dell.

Dell support / Pre Sales engineers have no idea on how to fix this either.
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