Hi Everyone. First time posting and I'm having a bit of a problem. Here's my situation. I have a CF-H2 I'm building an image for. Once my litetouch media deployment completes the image dump and finally gets to a desktop, 2 packages are required to install. The second package requires a reboot after install. Package one is simply a shim db instal. Second package is MS VC++ Redistributable. Once second package installs litetouch reboots the system, autologon occurs but then nothing else happens. I can see the litetouch script in the startup folder. I've looked at the bdd.log in C:\minint and can see where the redist installs and is recognized as needing a reboot, the final line on the log is "LTI initiating task sequence-requested reboot.". I'm assuming the reboot starts at this point and litetouch should pick up once reboot completes, yet nothing else is happening. I can manually run litetouch from startup and it will continue as if nothing went wrong, the remainder of my apps install. Any idea why litetouch is not running after first reboot?
As a side note, this is happening only on the CF-Hx toughbooks, I have about 11 different HP models and litetouch does it's thing without any interaction from me.
Yep, already done. My biggest concern (other then the fact the deployment doesn't run as expected) is that even though the litetouch script is in the startup folder it does not seem to run after the first package requested reboot.
OK, I'm really hoping someone can help me out. I noticed something today. When litetouch reaches a packages that needs a reboot, it installs the package and I believe it's trying to initiate a reboot but somehow litetouch appears to want to run once again and before a reboot initiates and comes up with the error about making sure the system is set to boot from the primary disk and to verify I'm not booting from my deployment media. Same message as if the system was trying to boot from USB once winpe/setup.exe had dropped the image. Could I be wrong or does this seem to be a mixture of 2 issues? I think 2 litetouch scripts are competing here. Litetouch1 which starts, from I dont know where, and applies the initial packages and then litetouch2 which runs once litetouch1 ends (thinking litetouch2 is the one in the startup folder) and cancels the reboot and tells me I booted wrong and just quits there. Sorry if I'm not making to much sense, this is frustrating me and I dont know where to go from here.