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Problem Multicasting older versions

hi everyone,

in a lab, we have windows stations that have been imaged with older version like 10.0 or 11.0. We take a workstation as a master and start a Imaging 11.2 multicast session. When we start the multicast, imaging only multicast the second partition of the master to the clients, so it's resulting to have not the OS partition (partition #1). Weird!

But if we restore an base image that have been made with Imaging 11.2, and multicast this workstation, everything's fine.

Is there a workaround for this problem?

it seems that we are forced to use ONLY base image that have been made with 11.2 ..... it is a new way?

also, how can we know on a windows workstation what is the Imaging engine that was used? is there a token on the station?

thank you for your support,

DM
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Re: Problem Multicasting older versions

Well, any ideas anybody about this problem?

thank you for your support!
DM

dominicm;2189703 wrote:
hi everyone,

in a lab, we have windows stations that have been imaged with older version like 10.0 or 11.0. We take a workstation as a master and start a Imaging 11.2 multicast session. When we start the multicast, imaging only multicast the second partition of the master to the clients, so it's resulting to have not the OS partition (partition #1). Weird!

But if we restore an base image that have been made with Imaging 11.2, and multicast this workstation, everything's fine.

Is there a workaround for this problem?

it seems that we are forced to use ONLY base image that have been made with 11.2 ..... it is a new way?

also, how can we know on a windows workstation what is the Imaging engine that was used? is there a token on the station?

thank you for your support,

DM
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