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Bluescreen after execution and reboot - 1912.2, PVS, Citrix Hypervisor, WinServer2019 #227

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Andre1Becker opened this issue Mar 18, 2020 · 2 comments

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@Andre1Becker Andre1Becker commented Mar 18, 2020

Hi all,
i got a weird problem which i never get before. I've used the BIS-F many times for many installations (best thing ever by the way guys!)
Some system infos:

BIS-F Version: BIS-F-7.1912.2.11029 (Advanced installer)
Server 2019 DC (Patched as of 2020-03)
PVS 1912 - ISO Boot - NON UEFI
VDA 1912
Citrix Hypervisor 8.1

So after install BIS-F, rebooting the Master and then Executing the script, anything seems fine so far.

But when i reboot the Master after running the script, i get the following bluescreen:

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I also noticed that the NIC will vanish after running bis-f

Before :
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After:
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My GPO / Bis-f config:

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Also, the configured shutdown is not working.

Log: PREP_BISF_SRV-SHM1_20200318-151207.log

Something interesting note:
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If you need any additional infos, just ask ;-)

Thanks!

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@EUCweb EUCweb commented Mar 18, 2020

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@Andre1Becker Andre1Becker commented Mar 20, 2020

Hey Matthias - thanks for the quick reply! That did the Trick - now that i know it, its way to obvious ;-)

i leave this here for future reference:

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Thanks mate and have a good one!

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