No more hijacking someelse's thread, sorry.
I want the computer to skip the F8 Menu and boot directly into WinPE, once WinPE boots, it also skips the WinPE menu and joins a ghost session. Looking at earlier threads it was suggested to change the registry keys for DisablePredefinedLinuxPE etc from 0 to a 1. This removes the options from the boot menu, which I did. Now the only items remainin on the F8 Menu is "Local Boot, Managed WinPE and WinPE Menu". I tried adjusting the WinPE Menu to the top by running PXE Configuration Utility but I am not successful. Local Boot still appears to be on top.
Current setup, we use LinuxPE with DOS to load ghost and automatically join a ghost session. There's only one input from the user, that is to active the PXE booting when the computer boots up (these are Dell computers). I want to achieve the same thing with LANDesk and WinPE.
Interesting though: PXE Configuration Utility --> PXE Servers --> SERVERNAME --> proxyDHCP Server --> Client Boot Menu --> X86PC (UNDI)
Does not list "Local Boot", where is this value being pulled from? Currently it is displaying WinPE Menu, LANDesk(R) Managed Boot, and WinPE in this order.
This is the first problem, the second, I want it to bypass the PXE Boot Menu where it prompt for a task. Is there anyway to set the default for this menu?
Currently we have to press F3 to enable PXE, then the F8 Menu appears. I have to select "WinPE Menu" otherwise the default is Local Boot. Once WinPE is booted, another menu appears, this is the PXE Boot Menu. Here I have to scroll down to my "Capture Image". This is tedious and time consuming. Is there anyway to automate this process?