XenDesktop and Windows 7 configuration

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Microsoft Windows 7
VDI
Virtual Desktop
XenDesktop
I've got XenDesktop configured and working with Windows XP. Now I would like to test Windows 7 Enterprise. I created the Windows 7 VM, imaged it to a new vdisk on the provisioning server, then ran the XenDesktop Setup Wizard on the provisioningserver to create two VMs', and all that worked fine. The problem I am having is that neither of the two new VM's I created from my template will boot to the vdisk. They get a DHCP address but then they just sit there with a black screen. My original master Windows 7 image is still set to boot to its hard drive which works fine, but as a test I set it to boot to its vdisk and it did the same thing as the two new ones. I was wondering if anyone has experienced this before?

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 7, XenDesktop

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