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Tested your solution and Copying Files works great.................. :)
How can I run a script which is copied using CD File/Folder copy utility?
I know we can call a script using sysprep unattended xml file. I there any other way?
This is the script that calls other scripts to do tasks like installing drivers, joining domain etc....
Also we have different models of laptops in our environment. The drivers will be different for each them.
If I copy the entire driver folder, it will take a lot of time to copy the entire folder to the image and can cause unwanted delay.
How can I detect the hardware model and only copy the drivers required?
I know creating an image profile will work on this case. But I have to assign the profile to computers which is extra work.
Please let me know whether I am doing it right.
How can I copy both the folders to C: drive on the image? When do the copying happens?
How can I call a script which is just copied through clonedeploy
What is destination partition? any examples?
Clonedeploy is working great. It is much faster compare to Ghost and MDT.
I would like to know whether clone deploy have this feature
Does NIC teaming speed up the imaging process? What else we could do to speed up imaging?
Thank you for this great product and your support
Thank you very much for supporting this product so well. You are awesome!
I would like to get help in automating some of the tasks in on demand Multicasting
The reason I want this feature is: I have a big lab with around 50 PC where I start several on demand multicast sessions. I usually connect 15-20 machines to one session. Here is the steps I follow.
It works perfect but it takes time............
What I need is the machines to boot to pxe and automatically select ON demand and multicast by itself and stay on the screen where we can select the multicast session I started from the server. It can save me a lot time and energy..........
Is there any way to do image restore from a locally attached hard drive to a physical machine?
Also, is there any way to edit files on the image after capture? ( like Ghost files can be opened and edited via ghost explorer)
Please see the results for lspci -nn
I am experiencing the same issue on Dell Optiplex 5040 desktops with Samsung NVMe Drives. Any other fix than changing the BIOS.
Admin, you are right.....I installed it on a Windows 7.
I will definitely try it on a Windows server 2012.
Thank you very much for your fast and exceptional support. You are amazing.
I am trying to use clonedeploy in a lab of 41 machines. When the client count becomes 20 for a multicast task, I am getting error.
Unable to mount SMB share.
The first 20 machines boot with no issues.