Expert Day Question: Why are Gen 9 Proliant drivers not in WinPE images in 10.21
My apologize for that inconvenient,
In order to get this addressed, could you please open a support case? Please refer to the following published article: https://softwaresupport.hp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM1405856
Once support has recieved the proper information, support will investigate the issue and verify if a ticket needs to be filed with Current Product Engineering (CPE) to have them create a new image.
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From 10.21'1 release notes can see:
What's New for Provisioning New Samba Version
This release comes with a new version of Samba (3.6.25).
Build Plans Changes
- Non-C drive agent installation supported in Windows build plans.
- Instead of OS Sequences, use Build Plans for new provisioning jobs.
- OS build plans are now supported for SLES 12.
Proliant Content Changes
- New OS build plans for: ESXi 5.1 U3, RHEL 5.11, RHEL 6.6, RHEL 7.1, SLES 12, Windows 8.1 Pro
- New drivers: 2015.03.0
So seeing SPP: 2015.03.0 and based on your knowledge that adapter is 6 months older and the driver should be in
Either way, the following article shows you the way to inject the desired driver into winPE image:
Pay attention to the fact that in latest version you have to stop smartboot component in order to be allowed to make any changes
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