force10
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ImageX not TFTPing

I had WinPE 3rd party imaging working for a while and all of a sudden, I started getting errors stating that imagex.exe was not a valid application. I tried re-uploading both the WinPE.wim file and imagex.exe through the ZCC. I also tried renaming the exising imagex.exe in \srv\tftp\imagex and uploading it again, but when I boot to winpe and look in the system32 directory, either imagex is missing or it is 0 KB. Anyone know of a way that I can either fix this or totally start over from the beginning with 3rd party imaging. Thanks.
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force10
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Re: ImageX not TFTPing

OK so if I manually run the TFTPclientapplication.exe from the WinPE environment I can pull the image.exe from the \imagex folder on the server down to the X:\windows\system32 folder in winpe, but on the subsequent boot into winpe the file is still not there. I'm guessing that I need to restore that command (or something similar) into one of the config files, I just don't know which one. Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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Re: ImageX not TFTPing

force10;2071424 wrote:
OK so if I manually run the TFTPclientapplication.exe from the WinPE environment I can pull the image.exe from the \imagex folder on the server down to the X:\windows\system32 folder in winpe, but on the subsequent boot into winpe the file is still not there. I'm guessing that I need to restore that command (or something similar) into one of the config files, I just don't know which one. Any ideas would be much appreciated.


try adding network drivers for the new machine
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