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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Thu Nov 29 14:38:17 2018
    W westbrook posted in Move Image Location Cannot Mount SMB.

    i updated the path and i just updated the share name which i missed, now it works. I had to disable cd_share in computer management view. There's duplicate shares for the same default path c:\Program Files (x86)\clonedeploy\cd_dp. When you go to the properties of cd_dp you only see the sharename "cd_dp" but in computer management view there was another one called "cd_share" which matched the name in distribution points.

    working now.

  2. Thu Nov 29 14:21:50 2018
    W westbrook posted in Move Image Location Cannot Mount SMB.

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  3. Wed Nov 28 22:26:09 2018
    W westbrook started the conversation Move Image Location Cannot Mount SMB.

    since moving image location and disabling the old share I can no longer upload an Image. Says cannot mount smb share.
    I can access the share by using the local default user cd_share_ro and cd_share_rw without issue.

    if i enable the old share, even with the distribution point changed, the client still connects to the old share?

  4. Wed Nov 28 17:00:58 2018
    W westbrook started the conversation Upload new image.

    built a win10 pc, trying to follow the directions to upload an image. how do i upload an image without creating a computer? whats the point of creating a computer when i'm trying to upload an image?

  5. Wed Nov 28 16:47:16 2018
    W westbrook posted in Image Location & TFTP question.

    and found the kb article to move storage location.
    http://clonedeploy.org/docs/image-storage-windows/

  6. Wed Nov 28 16:31:14 2018
    W westbrook posted in Image Location & TFTP question.

    i fixed the TFTP issue, in the tftpd32_gui.exe bind TFTP to the IP of the server.

    next back to my original question, how can i change the location of images. I don't want them stored on C drive.

  7. Wed Nov 28 15:52:49 2018
    W westbrook started the conversation Image Location & TFTP question.

    Installed 1.3 on Windows Server 2012. How can I change the location of images?

    I tried booting client using onboard NIC, comes up with
    PXE-T01: File Not found
    PXE-E3B: TFTP Error - File not found

    UDP port 69 is listening on the server.

  8. Wed Nov 28 15:46:50 2018
    W westbrook joined the forum.