... and I mean a command line like /disableclientqueue
Just be sure I'm making sense
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Not sure if you can disable it, but there is good news.... perhaps... sdlient, will first look on the local system for the files, and if not found, it will look for a peer on the same subnet... So if you are pushing this out to multiple systems on the same subnet, it should only seek from the preferred server on a the first few systems until the package is seeded on a peer, from then on, it will grab from the peer...
Clients are configured with a strict personal firewall, so peer download won't kick in unfortunately.
Usually, preferred server is very nice, but in this particular instance it just uses time making my jobs slow waiting for timeouts.
Wondering if the Delivery Method - Network Usage - Use Run from source to Deploy Files would work.
Hm, guess I'll have to debug the parameters sent to sdclient.exe then.
It's OSD script, so no deployment method is used.
Sorry for not mentioning this earlier, but that's why I need the command line.
Anyway, usually when I use "Run from source", I think preferred server will kick in.
Guess I'll just have to wait the extra 5 minutes for the timeouts...
Sorry run from source will use preferred servers.
The sdclient that is used in WinPE is a special version that isn't the same as the one in the full agent.
The version in WinPE does have a /sourceonly switch.
Thanks! I'll test tomorrow!