DaveHopeMemberJun 07, 2007 at 3:14 am #125953
The company I work for is getting to the size where RIS is actually work using now (~70 people).
Went to use RIS for the first time today, everything is setup correctly in legacy mode (i.e. RIS).
On a box standard machine it works flawlessly, however on laptops with OEM drivers it doesn’t, informing me that no network drivers are avaliable despite the fact i’ve put them in my $oem$ folder. Here’s some info:
Template content (well, the useful bit):Code:[Unattended]
OemPreinstall = Yes
FileSystem = LeaveAlone
ExtendOEMPartition = 0
TargetPath = WINDOWS
OemSkipEula = yes
InstallFilesPath = “\%SERVERNAME%RemInst%INSTALLPATH%%MACHINETYPE%”
LegacyNIC = 1
DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore
OemPnpDriversPath = Drivers
I then have the following structure:
Inside which the drivers are stored. However that doesn’t work. If I put the drivers directly in the i386 folder, it doees which I persume negates the fact that i’m using incorrect drivers?
I thought OemPreInstall would make windows look in $oem$1Drivers and subdirectories for drivers prior to install?
Am I missing something here? or is there likely something more serious afoot? Event log does show:Quote:An error occurred during the parsing of an INF file netclass.inf in the given section Manufacturer.
There is a Microsoft support article relating to that (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/823658) but the hotfixx isn’t applicable to Windows 2k3 SP2. Well, it’s not available for it anyway :|
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