I've been working a day and a half on this now and so far no luck at all.
I'm trying to image a couple of machines for Monday and decided to try the new HII procedure in LD9. I went through the HII quick start guide verbatim but have yet to have one of these go past the first step. Well I take that back, it does clean the drive, but it fails on mapping to the image folder. Here's the text from the log:
"LSA402","OK",0,0:00:00,2/19/2010 2:24:20 PM,2/19/2010 2:24:20 PM,"WINPE, TIMEOUT=1800"
"LSA402","OK",5,0:00:01,2/19/2010 2:24:20 PM,2/19/2010 2:24:21 PM,"diskpart /s X:\LDClient\rmvol.txt"
"LSA402","ERR_Fail",-1917255678,0:00:00,2/19/2010 2:24:21 PM,2/19/2010 2:24:21 PM,"ldrun drvmap.exe domain\username 20979C61A5A88BD78D8F495A317E37 I: <qt/>\\CORP14.domain.internal\wkimages<qt/>, STATUS FACILITY=3513"
; "Job Complete","0 Done","1 Failed","0 Off","0 Unknown"
Since OSD Provisioning is now broken for me this is my last line of sanity before I'm having to donate a weekend day to building these machines manually.
Upgrade your PXE reps.
To do this you will need to perform these steps:
1. Identify your PXE Reps. To do this, on the core click Configure> Services> OS Deployment The machines in either column will need to be updated.
2. Remove the PXE server from each rep. To do this locate the "All other scripts" folder under the OS Images folder on OSD. Highlight and right-click "PXE Represenitive Removal" and select Schedule. Drag your PXE rep machines to the task and start it. Go have some coffee, it takes about 5-10 minutes.
3. Once done, schedule the "PXE Represenitive Deployment" script and start the task. Go have some more coffee.
4. Update your PXE reps in the database. To do this right-click your chosen PXE reps and start an inventory task. Wait for this to finish. Go have more coffee.
5. Update the PXE Reps. Open up the "PXE Boot Menu" panel. If you can hold your hand steady enough through the caffeine jitters, click the "Update" button.
You are now ready to use OSD.
Edited to include the full solution.