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2015-07-01 17:05:45 +0200 asked a question Can 'System' be set as the Run As Account on Cloud Initialization Service?

Is there a way to have the Cloud Initialization Service setup to use "Local System" or "Local Service" as the account the service runs as versus allowing the Cloudbase Init installation create a new local administrator account called cloudbase-init? We need to prevent additional local accounts from being created and do not want this account generated on the systems.

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2015-02-26 19:05:57 +0200 asked a question Unknown device Windows 2012 on OpenStack

When using the OpenStack Windows Server 2012 R2 Evaluation as well as creating my own qcow2 with the PowerShell scripts I have an unknown device on the system. Here is some information i can pull off (there is other info but these seem to be the most pertinent) of the device in Device Manager.

  • Location: on Intel 82371SB PCI to ISA bridge
  • Device Instance Path: ACPI\QEMU0001\4&3B4F7DA4&0

I haven't been able to find anything yet to help me identify what driver(s) are missing or exactly what type of device this is complaining about. I don't manage the OpenStack environment so I'm not sure of the hardware behind the scenes but could probably find out. Anyone have a similar problem with a resolution?