Ghost error during restoring

I need a solution

Good morning, Inside the company i work for we got many cnc siemens machines with a pc windows 7 and the ghost suite integrated. After a blackuot i made a backup of the 2 partitions contained inside the ssd and after that i tried to restore an old partition backup. Here i made an error, i pressed restore entire hdd and i choose the partition file. After 2 seconds i got an error from the ghost console. Now, i got the hdd without anything inside. I think the procedure canceled some configuration files but no real files. Windows does not start and during the boot up i only got a black screen. Do you know any way to try to recover the hdd?

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Could not add user account with NVME SSD in Symantec Endpoint Encryption 11.2.0/11.2.1.

I need a solution

After finishing SSE Client installation, can not find the windows user account and could not add new user account. Please refer to the attahced picture.

Could you help to confirm if it can support NVME SSD Encryption or not?

Thank you very much.

OS: RS5, 19H1

Platform: Intel WHL, CML

Isolation: HDD, M.2 SSD are ok

Symantec Endpoint Encryption version: 11.2.0MP1HF1, 11.2.1MP1

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Citrix Provisioning does not support VHD vDisks on 4Kn storage – Console Error: 0x00000057 – Invalid Parameter

There are two possible solutions:

1. Upgrade your existing VHD vDisks to the VHDX file format.

– This can be done by running the Citrix Provisioning vDisk Creation Wizard and selecting the VHDX format.

– Alternatively, you can leverage Hyper-V to properly convert the format from VHD to VHDX.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/hyper-v/convert-vhd?view=win10-ps

2. Use 512 byte based storage disks.

Guidelines with regard to vDisk sizing and storage disk compatibility according to Microsoft

1. VHD (512 logical sector size) must be on storage with 512 logical sector size. No RMW.

2. VHD (512 logical sector size) does not support storage with 4096 logical sector size. PVS has not implemented RMW for performance reasons.

3. VHDX (512 logical sector size) can be on storage with 512 logical sector size. No RMW.

4. VHDX (512 logical sector size) can be on storage with 4096 logical sector size (PVS implements RMW). Citrix recommends VHDX 4096 logical sector size for optimal performance.

5. VHDX (4096 logical sector size) can be on storage with 512 or 4096 logical sector size. No RMW.

*Read-Modify-Write (RMW) results in degraded overall disk performance.

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When configuring a vDisk for private mode, any device booting from that vDisk gets the “No servers available for disk” error.

For example, when connecting to the Provisioning Services (PVS) console on the first server, the vDisk is listed as private mode. When the console is connected to PVS console on the second server, the error appears when viewing the vDisk.

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I do not need a solution (just sharing information)

The SEE Client Administrator and SEE Management Agent will both show no internal drives if Disk 0 is unallocated (unformated) in a system with two or more drives. I have an HP ZBook 15 that came with an internal 256 GB M.2 PCI-E SSD. That drive proved to be too small for my needs so I installed an additional 1 TB SATA SSD. I left the M.2 drive in the laptop when I added the new SSD. Disk Management shows the 256 GB SSD as Disk 0 (Unallocated) and the 1 TB SSD as Disk 1. Windows 10 1809 is installed on Disk 1. If I create a new simple volume on Disk 0 and then launch either the SEE Client Administrator or SEE Management Agent I will see both Disk 0 and DIsk 1 displayed. If I delete the volume on Disk 0, the SEE Client Administrator and SEE Management Agent will both fail to show any internal drives. This was tested with both Symantec Endpoint Encryption 11.2.1 and 11.2.1 MP1. I was able to verify that Disk 1 is in fact encrypted with the following command.

C:Program FilesSymantecEndpoint Encryption ClientsDrive Encryption>eedadmincli.exe –status

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Unable to Stream a VDisk to Any Targets

Target device boots, acquires an IP address, downloads the bootstrap, connects to the PVS Server, finds the vDisk and then hangs after that.

CDF traces show StreamProcess exception and then termination whenever the target device tries to stream the vDisk:

1105 1098,2,2019/04/03 11:49:07:94578,4704,1152,0,StreamProcess,SSProtocolModule.cpp,2943,CSSProtocolModule::DoTraceEvent,1,AOLOG_ERROR,”Exception generated by streamprocess.exe

1107 1099,2,2019/04/03 11:49:07:94591,4704,1152,0,StreamProcess,SSProtocolModule.cpp,2943,CSSProtocolModule::DoTraceEvent,1,AOLOG_ERROR,”Exception in thread SSProtocol:1260 near SSVirtualDisk.cpp:1117.

5306 5293,0,2019/04/03 11:49:48:82083,1184,7392,0,StreamProcess,SSProtocolModule.cpp,2943,CSSProtocolModule::DoTraceEvent,1,AOLOG_ERROR,”Terminating StreamProcess.”,””

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I am running ghost 12.0.0.10561 in UEFI.

I have several Dell precision 7720 laptops with 2TB SSD that I am trying to deploy a 60GB image to via USB 3.0 HDD.  I was able to deploy the first image in under 30 min., however all remaining systems so far are taking 18+ hrs to deploy. All SSD and laptops are the same make and model. Could it be a bios setting? If so which one?

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Remove the MCSIO drive from the vDisk, which is installed together with the VDA software .

1. Create a new vDisk version and boot it in maintenance mode

2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlClass{4d36e967-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}, find UpperFilters key with CtxMcsWbc in it. Remove *only* CtxMcsWbc line from UpperFilters and keep other lines.

3. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesCtxMcsWbc, set Start=4.

4. Shut down the target.

5. Promote the vDisk to production.

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  • In the hypervisor, attach an additional disk of the required disk size to NetScaler MAS virtual machine.

    For example, for a NetScaler MAS virtual machine of 120 GB, if you want to increase its disk space to 200 GB, you then need to attach a disk space of 200 GB instead of 80 GB. Newly attached 200 GB of disk space will be used to store the database data, NetScaler MAS log files. The existing 120 GB disk space will be used to store core files, operating system log files, and so on. The new disk does not have to be formatted. While adding the disk, please make sure we add it under the Primary controller (IDE Controller 0). Do not create a new Controller for adding the disk.

    Note: For best performance use fast HDD or SSD.

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