Hi Everybody,

My sysprep image works OK but there is one final step that I need to make it perfect and that is the kcleanup.
This is the final step that starts when the image is finished.

How do I automate this? Now I logon manually ads an admin and then kcleanup starts.

I do this as an Admin because when the a "normal" users logs on they get errors because they are not Admin.

Is there a known post install task that anyone lnows about?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Kins regards,

Ron Beugeling

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  • Thank you for your help. I will look in to it when I have time available and get back to you. That will be however in the 2015! :) Kind Regards, Ron
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set admin auto login with a count of one as the last post task and also include a shutdown -r -t 60 so kcleanup will run and then it reboots so it is no longer logged in as admin.
Answered 12/08/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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As SMal mentioned, it seems your autologon count is off. If you're on the 3.6 or newer of K2, you can download and run a tool called K2 Advisor that will examine your images and give you quite a bit of useful info, including recommended autologon count.

Once you have that count, you can either adjust your unattend.xml accordingly, or there is also a script that runs as a mid-level task to set the autologon count for you. Both tools I mentioned are available here at ITNinja on the K2000 Deployment Workbench.

Answered 12/08/2014 by: BHC-Austin
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