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    Logging in at PXE Boot

    WHen you've successfully PXE booted a workstation you're presented with the login screen for MDT. How does one prevent domain users from logging in?

    At the moment MDT accepts everybody and preferably I would like only those within the Administrators group to do it.

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    I'm assuming your talking about the the point it requests the domain and account at the welcome screen? If so i don't display this on my builds and use a "build account" with limited functionality to complete the imaging.

    There is an example of the customsettings.ini here in which it's detailed: Anyone using MDT 2010?

    Additionally even if someone can PXE boot and get to that point i've added in an initial task sequence which points off to a script to request a separate build password.

    <job id="PromptForPassword">

    <script language="VBScript" >

    Dim env,oTSProgressUI,MyPass
    Set env = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment")

    set oTSProgressUI = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSProgressUI")
    oTSProgressUI.CloseProgressDialog()

    env("ALLOWOSDBUILD") = "NO"

    MyPass=Inputbox("Please enter the Password to continue")

    If MyPass = "password" then
    env("ALLOWOSDBUILD") = "YES"
    End If

    </script>
    </job>

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    I just password protect the initial pxe boot using syslinux so I can pxe boot other tools such as memtest, offline nt password reset etc...

    Ben



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