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Hi, I work in a college and we use MDT to deploy out our image to the computers and laptops.
We have a few older laptops that sometime don't take the MDT process so it's just as easy for us to use a DVD to install Windows 7.
With MDT we can tick a few boxes in the process and have a few pieces of software install as well.
With the DVD install we have to do this manually, so I thought I'd create a batch file to call the same software so I could leave it running without having to go back to it every 5 minutes.
I also thought about using some of the MDT Process scripts from the MDT server as well.
I have a line which calls ZTIWindows and this runs fine and updates the computer with the Windows Updates.
I've run the command prompt as administrator and the following is what I get when trying to run the script.
I see it can't find the but it defintely is on the server.
Would I need to copy the script to the local desktop, modify it somehow and run it from the local desktop? C:\cscript "\servername\ZTIDrivers.wsf" Microsoft (R) Windows Script Host Version 5.8 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit version: 6.1.2373.0 Processing drivers for an operating system.
Target OS is the current System Drive Copying any drivers that may be needed for this computer into Target.
About to run command: cmd /c "C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\Microsoft. Pnp Enum.exe" C :\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\Pnp Command has been started (process ID 2060) Return code from command = 0 Open Control File: Drivers Find File: The file could not be found in any standard locations . Count: 0 Indexed Pn P Ids: 0 Skipping Device ms_sstpminiport No 3rd party drivers found.
1 Skipping Device ACPI\PNP0A03 No 3rd party drivers found.