SCVMM 2012 R2 with Windows Server 2012 R2.
I have the template created which has OS Customization selected while creating the template.
I have also defined OS Profiles which has the run as account, local admin password and set the attribute DomainJoinOrganizationalUnit as "OU=Group1,OU=Hosting,OU=Servers,DC=domain,DC=com" using powershell.
Here is the screen shot of the Gust OS Profile.
If I create a VM using this template along with this OS profile, which setting will get precedence?
I tried different combination and I always feel that only the configuration on template is getting precedence.
I started digging into this as I couldn't never get the VM created on the OU configured on OS Profile. Computer was always getting created on the default computers OU. So I tried to change the settings in the template to join into a work-group instead of the domain. So the template is set to "WorkGroup" and the profile is set to "Join to domain" and I see that computer was not joined to the domain and was in the work group.
Any help much appreciated !
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- Edited by Shabarinath Saturday, February 01, 2014 2:38 PM
Bump. Struggling trying to sort out the same here and the TechNet guidance is definitely lacking. Also cannot get a VM to deploy from a Win 7 template without specifying some dummy account for the Administrator Password setting, which is ridiculous. I just want to set the Administrator password...