2 Replies Latest reply on May 6, 2011 1:34 PM by bgarcia

    Unable to create Windows PE Capture Script

    Rookie

      Running LANDesk 9 on a Windows Server 2003 server. Whenever I try to create a script for a Windows PE capture, I get the following error message when I try to save:

       

      "Can't access the specified image file. Verify the UNC image path and user credentials."

       

      The UNC path is pointing to a share on the core server. I've tried pointing it to other shares, as well, to no avail. Am I supposed to specify a filename as well as a path to where I want to store it? I'm trying to store the capture as a LANDesk ImageW file.

       

      The share is enabled and all the of the rights are in place for the credentials I'm using.

        • 1. Re: Unable to create Windows PE Capture Script
          Specialist

          If you are trying to capture an image, then you don't need to specify an image file.  Just the unc path location that you want the image to be reside.  It will auto generate the name, LD follow by the machine MAC address.  If the machine is already managed and in LD database it will be captured as that name.  Also is your unc share a hidden share?

          • 2. Re: Unable to create Windows PE Capture Script
            Rookie

            Are you logging into your console from a domain other than the location (your core server) that you want to save your file to? I can replicate your issue here from another domain (logged into core on domain "A", but trying to save image file to domain "B").

             

            If so, try navigating to that folder first. It may need additional login credentials to see that path to create the script first.

             

            If they ARE on the same domain, what I would try doing is login to the console via your core server, then try to save the script and see if you get the same results.

             

            Let me know if this fits your current situation. We have over 6 domains here that require this so this is most common.