Hello All, I've just installed a SCCM 2012 SP1 CU1 on windows server 2012. SQL DB is on a remote SQL 2008 R2 SP1 CU6 cluster. I just wanted to begin using OSD and have prepared a VM with a vmxnet 3 adapter. From a running VM, I've copied off the vmxnet3 drivers (C: Program Files Common Files VMware Drivers vmxnet3) I imported this driver into my x64 boot image and created a driver package containing this driver. I then created a basic task sequence that does nothing else than the default steps. When I pxe boot the VM, then it successfully starts the OSD but when it reboots after applying the OS and it comes back into windows then the nic drivers aren't active and no nic is to be found. Therefor the vm isn't joined to the domein neither.
Install VMware vmxnet3 Ethernet Adapter driver for Windows 7 x64, or download DriverPack Solution software for automatic driver installation and update. Typing tutor india.
Has anyone encountered this behaviour already? The driver is correct, as it is working for the boot image. Why wouldn't the OS load this driver for the nic? Rather than just add the driver separately, it might help to just install the VMWARE Tools. It will install the driver and a few other useful drivers for you.
I am preparing a Windows 10 image for our company and ran into this problem. Installing VMWare Tools fixed it for me. You still need the VMxnet3 driver for your boot image, and you also need to inject it to the Applied OS before Setup Windows & ConfigMgr -step so that your task sequence will work correctly. You cannot achieve that without the.inf drivers, so VMware Tools isn't helping you there. To obtain VMxnet and PVSCSI drivers, you can simply install VMware tools to a installed VMware virtual machine and grab those drivers for example with this: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgr-Driver-Injector-aae7d17d.
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We have recently upgraded our VMware infrastructure to vSphere 4.0 Update 2 and have been told to use the VMXNET3 NIC driver from now on (instead of the E1000) to make use of its enhancements. Athough I can build machines successfully using the new drivers, the speed at which the RAMDISK comes down during the PE stage has gone from taking around 10 seconds to about 5-10 minutes! VMware's stance appears to be they don't support WinPE in general, therefore just wondering if anyone has any ideas or a better WinPE driver for VMXNET3? Reverting to the E1000 the process only takes around 10 seconds again, however it is not really practical to build with an E1000 then remove the NIC and replace it with a VMXNET3 - and if it needed a rebuild this process would need to be reversed then reversed again! I have replaced my MDT WinPE drivers numerous times with variations of VMXNET3 drivers - e.g.
What I normally do is set the virtual adapter to Intel's e1000 adapter with this setting in the.vmx file in the folder specified when creating the VMachine: ethernet0.virtualDev = 'e1000' I also set the IDE interface to PATA opposed to SATA with this setting: scsi0.present = 'FALSE' These settings take away the need to inject any drivers into your Windows installs in VMWare environments. I apologize, I didnt read your post fully. What advantages are you gaining with moving away from e1000? Would it make sense to have 2 adapters then? One for deployment and one for network connectivity post image? Thanks Brian - our external VMware consultants have requested we use VMXNET3 for all the new features/performance enhancements it provides however I am not aware of how relevant these features are (I think 10Gbps is new since the E1000?) as the management of the VMware layer is not in my area (but the base build is).