Windows2000 RIS


J

John E

Hello,

We are currently using RIS on a Windows2000 Server, this
will allow us to deploy our client images. I have uploaded
a WindowsXP Pro image fine, however after downloading
image to new PC, it locks out the local administrator
account, I then unlocked this account by logging into our
RIS Server then unlocking the Local Admin account. Any
ideas on a workaround.

Thanks

Johh
 
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S

Scott McArthur [MSFT]

John,

Delete the following entry from your .SIF

DisableAdminAccountOnDomainJoin=1

The KB for this is still in the works but should be there soon

Scott McArthur[MS]
Microsoft Windows Server Setup Support
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| Hello,
|
| We are currently using RIS on a Windows2000 Server, this
| will allow us to deploy our client images. I have uploaded
| a WindowsXP Pro image fine, however after downloading
| image to new PC, it locks out the local administrator
| account, I then unlocked this account by logging into our
| RIS Server then unlocking the Local Admin account. Any
| ideas on a workaround.
|
| Thanks
|
| Johh
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