I might confuse something...
But I think it was kind of autoselect for F8 PXE boot menu for the computers are booting.
1. I create cupture or deploy OSD script
2. place it to PXE boot menu (not F8)
3. Schadute the capture ot deply task.
Computer with NO OS starts to "Managed WINPE" and install my OS image. I worked fine with LDMS v8.8
I'm not sure, but looks like computers with OS (boot partition) can select F8 option automaticaly if they are scheduled as target and task is started.
Now I'm trying to do the same with LDMS9 but looks like something goes wrong. Computer with OS (boot partition) want to select "local boot" option and to start from drive C. I want it to start from PXE (it works) and select Managed WinPE or any *PE, to boot from PXE Representative (boot to WAIK)
OK. How do a say to unmaged or managed device to boot from WAIK directly and not to select "Local boot" option inspide of it is a traget and the task schaduled and started. It's is not a good idea run to the computer and select F8 >> Managed WinPE by hands
device with NO OS, I guess, must do it OK - they has no boot partition.