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I presume that would do the same as the Step 3 you are referring to? Are you having problems registering the host or imaging it? This helps the community, keeps the forums tidy, and recognises useful contributions.
I am considering building a custom kernel to see if I can resolve the issue. I have these nics in some new Dell Optiplex systems. Mostly, this worked for me. TechNet Subscriber Support in forum If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tnmff microsoft.
As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. All other systems I image on the same networking equipment and server are pretty quick.
Please test to do xpe steps 3 in following article and see if a driver could be included to your WDS image:. Remove From My Forums.
I am experiencing the very same thing on some Optiplex units with MDT Thursday, July 18, 9: Marked as answer by Roger Mayne Thursday, July 18, 9: I actually created a new boot image for the x64 environment we have previously been using x86 Windows XP images. I recently 82579l, a new Win7 x64 image, and have been successfully deploying it to various hardware platforms. Both new kernel and old worked great for Dell machine but Dell could not registered the host.
Only users with topic management privileges can see it. I have a few questions… Is this for both 32 and 64 bit clients? Hope I said all the correctly.
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Sign in to vote. Friday, July 26, 6: I had to specify a bit kernel for output because I was building on a bit system. Please do post your progress on this issue as you go. The imaging issues I had with this nic are now resolved.