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@jheuser okay thanks. That solved it. I was assuming we needed a windows account to access the share. SO much for that idea.
Now, however I have another issue. I added another computer to test deploy the image. But the task for deployment will not become active. I have applied the patch 1.1.1 but that did not help.
Have you tried deleting all the current active tasks then try running the deploy again for that computer?
I am experiencing the same issue on Dell Optiplex 5040 desktops with Samsung NVMe Drives. Any other fix than changing the BIOS.
"USB 3.0 Drivers require to be injected to the .ISO for the USB stick to be recognized correctly as does the Storage driver need injected during the install to make the NVMe/SSD visible."
I wonder if this would fix the issue?
I am not understanding the option broadcast-address option in your config but that lead me to this "1. Create a rule that allows UDP & TCP on ports 137, 138 & 139 for your entire subnet 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0.
2. Create a rule that allows UDP & TCP on ports 137, 138 & 139 for only your LAN IP addresses, and then a second rule allowing the broadcasts on 192.168.0.255.
3. Create a rule that allows UDP & TCP on ports 137, 138 & 139 for only your LAN IP addresses, and then create a LMHOSTS file so you can map the network drives."