Ok found the issue grabbed the wrong windows image and the answer key is for the latest windows 7 build which is what caused all the issues its now working.
Posts made by Darrell Lanson
RE: No internet for domain users
Update ok one thing I have noticed in task manager when I open the browsers even though it shows only one open in task manager it shows anywhere from 3 to 11 open something makes me think I have seen this before but can’t find a solution anywhere.
No internet for domain users
So I imaged multiple computers with no issues Windows 10 is registered as well as office using sysprep FOG server changed the computer name and joined the domain again no issues administrator account can browse internet no problem. Domain users cannot open any websites they can ping them and that is it I am hoping someone has seen this issue before it seems like a permission issue but I cannot find the cause of the issue. Hoping this is an easy fix any help would be appreciated everything else works for the domain users like word, excel, etc. Thanks in advance.
RE: Thinkpad e560
So I fixed my issues with imaging the Lenovo E560 turns out even after imaging the drive has a GPT structure even though one isn’t present here are the steps I went through to fix it.
- Start Clonezilla
- Select cmd line
- Type in sudo gdisk /dev/sda
- (Press 1 to select MBR)
- Press ‘x’ and enter to reach the eXpert mode
- Now press ‘z’ to delete the gpt
- At this step be careful, you will get an option to blank out your MBR, do NOT do it. If you do you will need to install OS on the drive to rebuild MBR.
- Press Ctrl + C when ever you need to exit from gdisk.
- You will now be able to image this computer.
Some of these steps I found online can’t seem to find where but this fixed my boot problems even after imaging I had both a MBR and GPT partition even though the GPT part didn’t actually exist.
I was wondering if it would be possible to make a group snapin basically I like to keep my image as bare bones as possible so the only thing extra in it are network drivers so I can push the snapin’s I make for Video, chipset, PowerManagement, USB3, etc. Than I would like to group those snapin’s for that specific model of computer so that I just need to pick the group snapin and not all the different snapin’s it’s a minor inconvenience the way it is now but thought other people might find it useful as well.
RE: Thinkpad e560
So updating to the FOG trunk fixed my issue with Lenovo E560 not registering now this next one seems to be a Lenovo issue I can image the computer and after reboot I end up with a black screen with the cursor flashing in the corner. I’ve had this happen before and inserting the windows 7 CD in and selecting repair fixes the issue well turns out even though in the BIOS I had legacy only enable UEFI still took over as the drive is partitioned as GPT with NTFS. I still haven’t found a work around yet. I did make a bootable USB stick which will only work on the laptop if I have Legacy First/UEFI if I have it set for LEGACY only it refuses to boot up. I am hoping someone else out there has had to work with these E560 as I haven’t found a guaranteed way of disabling UEFI in the BIOS yet.