Wednesday, December 12, 2012 10:18 PM
I am using MDT2012 and deploying Windows 7 to a Dell Optiplex 7010. After the first reboot but right before the application installs start a prompt comes up asking for permission to run rtlcpl.exe. The applications installs won't start until the prompt is answered.
Via Google, I know that rtlcpl.exe is the "Realtek Audio Control Panel" and that while it is installed with the audio driver it isn't absolutely necessary. So my questions are:
1) Is there a way to suppress the install of just this part of the driver?
2) If it can't be suppressed is there a way to get MDT to ignore the prompt or somehow answer the prompt?
Thursday, December 13, 2012 8:54 AMHow do you install the driver? Via "Apply driver package" or as an Application?
Friday, January 11, 2013 1:26 PMI had added a bunch of drivers to MDT for models that I don't service just in case I might randomly need them and I suspect it was one of those drivers causing the problem. I deleted all the drivers out of MDT 2012 and then imported one by one the models used by our company and so far it's working fine.
Short lesson: Don't just dump willy nilly a bunch of drivers into MDT just because you can.