Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) 6.1

3rd Party Tools

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To use any of this 3rd Party Tools, this must be installed on your Base Image first.

Policy Description
Run CCleaner Run CCleaner on Base Image

If you enable this policy setting, CCleaner will be executed.

If you disable this policy setting, CCleaner won’t be executed.

If you do not configure this policy setting, you’ll be prompted during the sealing process.

Prerequisites: CCleaner must be installed on the Base Image first

You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Enable CMTraace CMTrace Logfile viewer

If you enable this policy setting, CMTrace will be registered as the default Logfile viewer for the BIS-F LogFiles.

If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, CMTrace will not be registered as the default Logfile viewer for the BIS-F LogFiles.

Prerequisites: CMTrace.exe must be copied to the Base Image first

You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Run DelProf2.exe Run DelProf2.exe

If you enable this policy setting, DelProf2 will be executed.

If you disable this policy setting, DelProf2 will not be executed.

If you do not configure this policy setting, you will be prompted during the sealing process.

Prerequisites: delprof2.exe must be installed on the Base Image first

You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Custom Arguments:

You can specify custom arguments for delprof.

If you enable this policy setting, you can specify your own arguments.

If you do not configure this policy setting, delprof2 will executed with default arguments /u /r

Disable IPv6 Disable IPv6 in registry and on network adapter

If you enable this policy setting, IPv6 will be disabled.

If you disable this policy setting, IPv6 will not be disabled.

If you do not configure this policy setting, you will be prompted during the sealing process.

Prerequisites: nvpsbind.exe must be installed on the Base Image first

You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Run Sdelete Run SDelete on PVS WriteCacheDisk if vDisk is in shared mode only

If you enable this policy setting, SDelete will be executed. for the PVS WriteCache disk in shared mode.

If you disable this policy setting, SDelete won’t be executed.

If you do not configure this policy setting, you’ll be prompted during the sealing process.

Prerequisites: SDelete must be installed on the Base Image first

WARNING: sdelete 2.0 has an vendor bug and can run a very long time without finalize the sdelete process, please use the older sdelete version 1.6.1 or a newer one above 2.0

You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Vmware OS Optimization Tool Run VMware OS Optimization Tool

If you enable this policy setting, VMware OS Optimization Tool will be executed. with the default OS template.

If you disable this policy setting, VMware OS Optimization Tool will not be executed.

If you do not configure this policy setting, you will be prompted during the sealing process.

Prerequisites: VMware OS Optimization Toool must be installed on the Base Image first

Custom Search Folder: You can also enter an custom searchfolder, e.g. c:\windows\system32, if you do not configured or disable the custom searchfolder option, the standard BIS-F Folders would be used.

Template Name: Enter the complete path to the the Template that would be used during optimization, e.g. c:\temp\mytemplate.xml, if nothing is specified the template for the running OS would be used.

 

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