Also you could try to specify some settings in your unattend.xml sysprep answer file:
And what about the new way of activating Windows 8? Apparently new pc’s don’t come with a license key at the side of the case, Microsoft is pulling the OEM-key from the BIOS. How does Fog 0.33 handles this?
More information can be found here: [url]http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_install/where-do-i-find-the-windows-8-product-key-when-it/d4c5c0c1-825d-47f2-9bed-d9625c7e68ff[/url]
My guess is it has nothing to do with fog. It has to do with your unattend.xml file.
You have to double check it against some online tutorials.
Also, what you’re telling doesn’t add up:
By default the computer is running sysprep according to your unattend.xml and AFTER that fog is renaming the computer and is joining the domain. You’re telling the computer is joining the domain and after that sysprep is running?
This is great news, but i’m a little sceptic.
We’ve had many problems while running fog .0.29 and not using sysprep.
The cloned computers had the same CMID and the KMS server didn’t recognize them as individuals.
Because of that the license count didn’t reach 25, which causes the cloned computers to deactivate.
So i’m curious, what is it the fog service does exactly to change the CMID?
And since which version of fog has this been implemented?