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PXE imaging keeps rebooting

Hi,

We're having a problem with one of our new PC models. When new PC's
arrive
we usually plug them on the network to let PXE and imaging do it's job

(via serverpolicy) after which we give them a correct name and group.
This works flawlessly for all our PC's except the following model : HP

DC7700. When we plug this model in to the network and let PXE do it's
job
it keeps on rebooting and trying to image the PC. It gives the
following
errormessage at the img/linux prompt : "the image matches the last
successfully restored image" after which it reboots again and again
and ...

We only have this problem with that model and can't find out why this
is
failing. When the PC is imported (after pressing "esc" a few times to
make
it boot to windows) the problem goes away. But this doesn't explain
the
erratic behavior!

Stats:
Zenworks 6.5SP2
Sysprepped image containing Windows 2000

Any thoughts?

Kind regards,
Bart Bylemans




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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: PXE imaging keeps rebooting

Bart,

this forum is for ZENworks Configuration Management - better to repost

in a ZENworks 6.5 forum for quickest answers

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Shaun Pond





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Re: PXE imaging keeps rebooting

Thanks for pointing this out, my mistake!

I reposted this in the 6x imaging group.

Kind regards,
Bart Bylemans




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