An OSD script is only a list of commands executed one after each other.
You can duplicate the same functions by using the Add action and placing them in the right section of your provisioning template.
in your OSD script you would have the line
REMEXEC23=diskpart /s X:\LDClient\WIPECLEANDISK0.TXT
you could execute this same command in a provisioning template by placing an "Execute File" action item in the Pre-OS installation section
with same similiar commands
so in short, open up your OSD scripts and find what you want in your provisioning template and convert the command over into an action item
I will get started on trying to replicate the script in a new template.
So would you just use the script like an image install script and run it from WinPE (assuming I didn't use a template)? Or is that function just available to help you build a script file?
Personally, i use a OSD script in 2 scenarios:
1. I load the script in my PXE menu and the user/technician can boot off the pxe server (if they have one) and choose to do a image job from the PXE menu that pops up.
2. I can schedule the OSD script against a computer already in the database and it will reimage the machine using vboot
So here comes the really stupid question. I have my profile script but I can't see any options to schedule it, how do I do that?