I installed a fresh win xp on a new machine.

Except the netwerk driver and the amp-kace-agent, no other drivers of software was installed.

I would like all the necessary drivers to install automatically on the system.



Can do this via the K1000 - Dell update schedule?
Will the Kace 100 check itself what drivers are needed on the system and add them?
Or is it not possible must i install all the drivers manually and he will then check whether new updates are available?



Which is the best way to do this?

Answer Summary:
The K2K is recommended rather than the K1K. In terms of using the K1K, you can create silent installs for the drivers, or your other option is to install Dell Client System Update on the system via the K1K.
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I'd also recommend the K2K rather than the K1K for imaging / scripted installs.  In terms of using the K1K, you can create silent installs for the drivers, or your other option is to install Dell Client System Update on the system via the K1K.  It is available for newer systems.

Answered 05/07/2012 by: philologist
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The K1 should be able to install / upgrade the drivers if your machine is supported. Just curious what are you using to deploy the OS? The K2 works great for installing the drivers at build time.

Answered 05/07/2012 by: dchristian
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