This can be caused by several factors.
1. The image you are restoring has different partitions then on the computer hard drive you are restoring the image to. Example the original had OEM, System and OS and the computer you are imaging had only the System, OS.
2. Your OS script is pointing to a location for the image and you moved the image or deleted the location.
3. Something I'm trying to figure out now, some disk signature or mbr on the computer you are going to image is not correct.
Try re-editing your deploy script and when you get to the part after clicking Save, it comes up with a window with the imaging script for you to review. Example h:\path to imaging tool\imagew.exe /r /0/d:0 /f """"i:imagename""""/rb:0 type in /csig if restoreing a whole drive or /sig if only a partition and place it after the /f in the above example. (theres a space between the /f and /sig).
It's failing when running ldpathexists.exe. ldpathexists is checking for the widnows7pro.tbi file before it starts the imaging and can't access that file.
Verify that the path to the image file is correct and that the user perry\landesk has Security rights to the files. Looks like the share permissions for deploy$ are probably right; just check the sercurity rights.