unfortunately it cannot be done. The intel pxe configuration utility has hard coded pxe menu items supplied by LANDesk that cannot be modified. Those include the Local Boot - Boot type 0. Since it is hard coded to have the Local Boot set first it will always default to booting off the local disk.
Only way you can get provisioning to automate the way you want is to schedule it on the core and it will immediatly go into win pe provisioning.
Thanks for the info, I suspected as much but I was hoping there was a way.
On your second point, I have scheduled a task on the core but it still boots to the PXE menu. When I choose WinPE Provisioning it goes through and provisions automatically without anymore imput (except for another password as we use a secure PXE rep). Is this not right, should it not show the PXE menu if a job is scheduled?
I have never used a secure pxe rep so i dont know if that has an effect, but normally when I schedule a provision job that has winpe actions once pxe booted and the pxe miniscan reaches the server, it automatically chooses winpe provisioning and starts the job. No manual input.