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Unread 28-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #1
brett.aurand@comcast.net
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ImageX mountrw issue - Error mounting image (RW):


I'm seeing some interesting behavior running Imagex under Win XP SP2.

This command works:

X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
\Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 c:\mount

However, the following command fails with a "Error mounting image
(RW):" error

X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
\Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 "..\..\Images\Vista32\mount"

The only difference is the mount point being on the network vs.
local. I have permissions to all folders. Does the mount destination
have to be a local drive or can it be a network drive?

Thanks in advance

 
Unread 28-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #2
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RE: ImageX mountrw issue - Error mounting image (RW):

I am pretty sure it has to be local. Latency in a network drive may cause
some issues when trying to unmount a 3GB+ sized file.

"brett.aurand@comcast.net" wrote:

>
> I'm seeing some interesting behavior running Imagex under Win XP SP2.
>
> This command works:
>
> X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
> \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 c:\mount
>
> However, the following command fails with a "Error mounting image
> (RW):" error
>
> X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
> \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 "..\..\Images\Vista32\mount"
>
> The only difference is the mount point being on the network vs.
> local. I have permissions to all folders. Does the mount destination
> have to be a local drive or can it be a network drive?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
>

 
Unread 28-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #3
brett.aurand@comcast.net
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Re: ImageX mountrw issue - Error mounting image (RW):

On Sep 5, 4:10 pm, Jmascote <Jmasc...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
> I am pretty sure it has to be local. Latency in a network drive may cause
> some issues when trying to unmount a 3GB+ sized file.
>
>
>
> "brett.aur...@comcast.net" wrote:
>
> > I'm seeing some interesting behavior running Imagex under Win XP SP2.

>
> > This command works:

>
> > X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
> > \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 c:\mount

>
> > However, the following command fails with a "Error mounting image
> > (RW):" error

>
> > X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
> > \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 "..\..\Images\Vista32\mount"

>
> > The only difference is the mount point being on the network vs.
> > local. I have permissions to all folders. Does the mount destination
> > have to be a local drive or can it be a network drive?

>
> > Thanks in advance- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -


Any documentation on this or has anyone else experienced the same
behavior?

Thanks

 
Unread 28-11-2007, 12:42 PM   #4
MEL Y
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Re: ImageX mountrw issue - Error mounting image (RW):

Only local


<brett.aurand@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:1189085293.610352.18390@22g2000hsm.googlegrou ps.com...
> On Sep 5, 4:10 pm, Jmascote <Jmasc...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote:
>> I am pretty sure it has to be local. Latency in a network drive may
>> cause
>> some issues when trying to unmount a 3GB+ sized file.
>>
>>
>>
>> "brett.aur...@comcast.net" wrote:
>>
>> > I'm seeing some interesting behavior running Imagex under Win XP SP2.

>>
>> > This command works:

>>
>> > X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
>> > \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 c:\mount

>>
>> > However, the following command fails with a "Error mounting image
>> > (RW):" error

>>
>> > X:\BuildTools\ImageX>Imagex.exe /mountrw "..\..\Images
>> > \Vista32\winpe.wim" 1 "..\..\Images\Vista32\mount"

>>
>> > The only difference is the mount point being on the network vs.
>> > local. I have permissions to all folders. Does the mount destination
>> > have to be a local drive or can it be a network drive?

>>
>> > Thanks in advance- Hide quoted text -

>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
> Any documentation on this or has anyone else experienced the same
> behavior?
>
> Thanks
>



 
 

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