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  1. 4 days ago
    Fri Jun 23 12:25:56 2017

    Http is probably the only other one I would consider. Previous versions did actually have the option for http but only for deploying the image. Most people didn't use it, so it was removed. I have not found a way to upload large files using http. If I can figure out how to upload I can add it back in.

  2. 5 days ago
    Thu Jun 22 13:04:49 2017
    clonedeploy posted in CloneDeploy Proxy DHCP.


  3. 6 days ago
    Wed Jun 21 14:13:57 2017

    If you are on version 1.2.1, you can select remove gpt structures under the image profile upload options and this will be done automatically.

  4. Wed Jun 21 13:56:02 2017
    clonedeploy posted in CloneDeploy Proxy DHCP.

    You need to install it as a service with the --install flag or run it in console mode with the --console flag

  5. Wed Jun 21 13:55:22 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Windows 10 after deploy won´t boot.

    Probably an efi / bios mismatch. Can you attach the upload and deploy log?

  6. last week
    Mon Jun 19 19:01:07 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Partclone fail.

    There is an issue with partition table not being recreated. In the image profile under deploy options I would try selecting force dynamic for exact hdd match. It's probably a long shot but worth a try. If it doesn't work, then the encryption just isn't supported right now.

  7. Mon Jun 19 18:58:45 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Failure to install 2012R2.

    What version of .net do you have installed

  8. Fri Jun 16 15:21:46 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Partclone fail.

    It's in the web ui. If the computer is registered it's under that computer->logs. If it's on demand it's in Admin->Logs

  9. Fri Jun 16 15:09:25 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Partclone fail.

    Seems like it may have something to do with the encryption. Nothing is coded specifically to handle this. Can you attach the upload log and the failed deploy log?

  10. Fri Jun 16 13:53:05 2017
    clonedeploy posted in Uploading Issue.

    Your first screenshot of the default menu does not actually represent current settings. Its just asking what kernel you want to use if you choose to update the boot menu.

    So your task boot menu is still using the x86 kernel. You need to cancel the task. Verify the image profile has the correct kernel set, then start a new task.

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