I have the same issues. Some 10 out of 30 computers got the winlogon.exe error. 0X74eF400e" referenced Memory at "0X00000000.
I'm not using Ghost, but we push out VMware-images. It is a Red Hat 4.x platform with Vmware 5.x.x. (lately upgraded, but still have the problem) and we push out Windows XP SP2 images.
(With this method we've had problems with outher bluescreens too but they might be gone withe the VMware-upgrade.)
- windows does not create a Minidump for the crasches.
- problems often disappears after a few reboots and then the machines runs fine for weeks.
- when we patch windows XP the problems often returns and sometimes it helps to reinstall VMware Tools...but not always...
For a time I was sure that running "the same" image on several virtual machines in a domain was the issue, but I have installed windows (not using the image) in Vmware on a few systems and that does not help on all of them...
By installing "Debuging Tools for Windows" an running the tlist -command in cmd I'm now trying to find the responsible .dll -file in winlogon.exe but so far; no luck.
- Somehow related to images right??
- domain? yes?
- somehow random...