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If you have not done see review this doc especially the bottom. http://www.droppedpackets.org/osd/osdsata/ Also, make sure you have updated you PXE reps.
When you boot into winpe does the file actually exist where the error indicates the file should be installed?
Thank you for your reply extremely helpful. In answer to your question there is no such folder as i386\system32\driver2\ ... I thought that the Winpe instation files have their own drivers that are stored on LANDesk Core server thus like your link you just sent you install the drivers so that they can be used within the Winpe.
Is it possible to deploy an image to a computer and then modify that image and caputre it to re-deploy? This is kninda what Im trying to do.
I will try that site link now just to make sure but first I will uninstall the LANDESK AGENT on the client.
Is it possible to deploy
an image to a computer and then modify that image and caputre it to
re-deploy? This is kninda what Im trying to do.
Yes it is possible. This is what we do (readers digest version) Remember there are multiple ways of doing this:
Do an unattend on the machine. Clean copy of XP.
Customize the image to our standings. We always use scripts for our customizations so there is little issues with human errors and it is documented.
Boot into windows pe and capture the image.
Deploy the image and test.
You really are Z man thanks
What I'm doing though is pushing out an image that is already stored on LANDesk.
Adding SPS3 and other Apps
Then doing SYSPREP and trying to run the Capture image process on the machine from LANDesk
Would this work??:0
Also I have a DHCP server as a PXE rep how do I update the PXE reps?
Your regular pain Da Hover?:|
Should work, however watch out for agent s that you install on the image (Virus Scan, security, etc...) Most of them have client guids much like LANDesk and may not work well or at all after being imaged (all machines will have the same guid).
Find the script PXE Representative Deployment (8.8 under OSD - All other scripts - older version I believe under manage scripts) and use this.
No PITA don't worry.