Hi Al,

With the Windows 2000 image, I'd first try using the XP selection in vcld
--setup.

Regarding pulling the unpatched XP image, could you please post your
/var/log/vcld.log to the list for a failed image pull?  I've pulled XP
images with the firewall disabled before and haven't had any troubles.  The
Cygwin service-not-starting bit is interesting.

Regards,
Mike

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On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 4:58 PM, Evelio Quiros <evq...@fiu.edu> wrote:

>  Hello,
>
>  I would like to use VCL to deploy Windows 2000 images. The choices for
> the vcld –setup only present newer windows systems (XP, Win2k3, 7)
>
>  Is it possible to use vcl to deploy old systems like Windows 2000 ?
>
>  Also, I have some difficulty capturing an out-of-the-box Windows XP
> (unpatched, no updates, no service packs, no windows firewall).
> This is for a class in hacking, so we needed to deploy some vulnerable
> systems to attack.
>
>  The Cygwin configuration script wants to configure the windows firewall,
> which is not installed.
> I commented that part out of the script, but the SSH service does not
> start automatically.
> When I force the SSH service on, the image capture fails soon after.
>
>  Any way to get these unusual systems on VCL ?
>
>  Thanks,
> Al Quiros
> Florida International University
>

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