Base Image Script Framework (BIS-F) 6.1

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324 views January 28, 2019 January 28, 2019 Matthias Schlimm 0

Policy Description
Configure Very Silent Configure VerySilent to suppress any BIS-F message boxes

If you enable this policy setting, BIS-F message boxes will be suppresed.

If you disable this policy setting, BIS-F message boxes won’t be suppresed.

If you do not configure this policy setting, BIS-F message boxes won’t be suppresed.

Shared Configuration This policy settings allows you to export the BISF CLI commands, that would be set from the complete BIS-F policy to an xml file. This can be used for compiuters that’s running in workergroup (like Citrix AppLayering) or you have no access to modify the Active Directory Group Policies.

If you enable this policy setting, you can enter an UNC-Path or local path, that can be accessed from the computer (if it’s running in workgroup mode and you have entered an UNC-Path, please set NTFS Rights to Everyone Read to get the xml file without prompt)

1. Running Powershell with administrative privileges

2. cd <BIS-F Installation folder>\Framework

3. .\PrepBISF_Start.ps1 -ExportSharedConfiguration

4. the xml files would be created, in the path that you’ve entered in this policy

5. Copy BISFSharedConfig.xml to the <BIS-F Installation folder>

6. If BIS-F is running, it reads the XML BISFSharedConfig.xml and get the path to the shared configuration, import these settings into the local policy and load the values into BIS-F.

If you disable do not configure this policy setting, the export can’t be run.

Note: mostly you need this one time, to create the xml files, afterthat you can edit it manualy !!

You can also find the needed xml templates in the installation folder

Configure Folders If Citrix PVS Target Device Driver is installed, the some folders must be redirected to the WriteCacheDisk. You can specified this folders here:

Eventlogs:

If you enable this policy setting, you must enter an custom Eventlog foldername, e.g. “EventLogs”

If you disable this policy setting or if you do not configure this policy setting, the BIS-F standard folder would be used.

NOTE: Please specify the Name of the folder only, without any Driveletter !!

Spool:

If you enable this policy setting, you must enter an custom Spool foldername, e.g. “Spool”

If you disable this policy setting or if you do not configure this policy setting, the BIS-F standard folder would be used.

NOTE: Please specify the Name of the folder only, without any Driveletter !!

Configure Logging Log Share:

Configure a central log share during Device Personalization on System Startup. Authenticated Users must have read/write access to this folder

If you enable this policy setting, you must enter a valid log share location \\Server\Share.

If you disable this policy setting, logs will be written to the Write Cache disk and you will not be prompted during the sealing process.

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

Log Retention (Default = 5):

specify a value between 0 -20, means the number of logfiles being kept.

0 = keep all logfiles

Configure Device Personalization Configure the Device Personalization

Skip Personalization based on DiskMode

If you enable this policy setting, you can select a DiskMode to skip the Device Personalization on computer startup.

> None – never skip the Device Personalization

> ReadWrite – if the Image is in Private Mode (PVS or MCS) skip the Device Personalization

> All – ignore all DiskMode’s and skip the Device Personalization

If you disable or dor not configure this policy settings, the Device Personalization would not being skipped.

Supress Pending Reboot Suppress Pending Reboot

If you enable this policy setting, pending reboot will be suppressed.

If you disable this policy setting, pending reboot won’t be suppressed.

If you do not configure this policy setting and a pending reboot exist, the scripts will stop working!

Shutdown Base Image after sealing Shutdown Base Image after successfully sealing. If running from an MDT or SCCM Task Sequence the Base Image will not be shutting down.

If you enable this policy setting, the Base Image will be shutdown after the sealing process.

If you disable this policy setting, the Base Image won’t be shutdown after the sealing process.

If you do not configure this policy setting, the Base Image will be shutdown after the sealing process.

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