Mike you must load 32 bit Vista drivers for 9.0 SP2, this changes in SP3 to WIN7 but still 32 bit.
Hope this helps
Thanks .. I will give that a try.
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Do you actually get an IP address?
If you don't get an ip-address, launch a WinPE command prompt and execute:
\ldclient\wait4ip /t 180
If there is a driver problem (or a very slow driver), sometimes this command fails on the first run, but works fine afterwards.
If this resolves your problem, it might help if you to get around it by writing a loop into startnet.cmd which runs until an IP has been assigned.
Replace 10.20.30.40 with an IP that you can use as test IP to test connectivity, eg. the Core Server's or a DNS-server's IP.
\ldclient\wait4ip /t 20
net stop "DHCP client"
net start "DHCP client"
ping -n 1 10.20.30.40
if errorlevel 1 goto :ipstart
Test the commands first to check if they give you the desired results and then include them in the startnet.cmd of the WinPE image.
Another interesting document is this one: http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-1419
Thanks for the assistance. I eventually installed the correct driver.