I've got a Windows 7 image uploaded into k2000 thats been sysprep. Sysprep loads the oobe, asks for a name, uses my unattend.xml etc
k2000 downloads post-install tasks to C:\Kace likes its suppose to
a script runs from C:\windows\setup\scripts\ that deletes my sysprep files (they have unencrypted passwords)
however windows logs in without installing my post install tasks

did a bit of research and found this...

It doesn't seem to note whether its talking about XP or 7, I know for a fact that post install tasks work with XP mini setup.

So should my post install tasks be running? I ran the postinstallcmds.bat in C:\kace and they work so my tasks are good.
What can I do?
Can I add a line in my script in C:\windows\setup\scripts\ to call installtasks.bat ?

EDIT:One of my post installation tasks is not getting downloaded. The folder is empty. I'll try my image without it.
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You should NOT have c:\windows\setup\scripts, as that is something we create to run your posts, so if you have that, you need to delete it.
Go to your system image detail page, click on browse files. Now click through to c:\windows\setup. Find the scripts folder and click on the trash icon. Now close the Image Browser window and then click on commit changes.

Just create a different post installation task to delete your unattend.xml file from both c:\windows\system32\sysprep\unattend.xml and c:\windows\panther\unattend.xml

Add post install to your image.
Answered 07/28/2011 by: cserrins
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If figured this would be the problem.

Answered 08/08/2011 by: Tentacle Master
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