a couple of questions:
1) do your clients have the Landesk agent software installed on them already?
2) do you have PXE services available via the PXE REPRESENTATIVE?
No, the machines I am working with don't have the LANDesk agent install.
No, we do not use the PXE services.
ouch; I won't be the guy to give you an answer then. I've been using PXE services for the past 9 years or so and can't remember the last time I used boot media for anything other than a simple test.
If you DID elect to go with the included PXE services there is an option that is called MANAGED WINPE; I believe that if you were to boot a client computer to PXE and select that option, the result would be that you could then drive your OSD tasks against that machine from your management console.
anyway; lets see if anyone else chimes in here...
I would recommend that you start with this document:
I know that it is labeled/marked for 8.7, however the basic processes remain the same. Some buttons or screenshots may not match, but you should be able to get started.
I would highly recommend that you use the PXE Representative, especially as you get started. Even if it is just in a lab/test environment. While LANDesk can boot to WinPE and do OSD tasks without PXE, starting with this can sometimes cause problems, especially in the area of WinPE drivers
Thank you. I will give it a try.