How long should it take a scripted install to a single machine (on average) from start to finish on a Gigabit network? I am installing: Win7, Office 2010 Standard, IE9, Firefox, Chrome, Cisco Anyconnect, Kbox agent 5.3.....and that's about it. I also have a few tasks to do some minor configuration and copy some small scripts to the local machine. Depending on whether I incorporate a Windows Update task or not, it can take from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. Just curious how long it's taking for others.

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Depending on your source media, there is a time where the Windows 7 SI looks for updates, so if you are using SP0, this could take longer.  I've seen this process alone take the same amount of time itself as the entire install.

Answered 04/20/2012 by: cserrins
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That matches the scripted install times we are seeing as well.. 45 min to 1:15...  On a side note how are you doing your Windows Update task? Currently we are using Offline WSUS, it get most of the updates but does miss some that need to be done manually. 

Answered 04/18/2012 by: jrscribner
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What is the total size of this install?

Answered 04/17/2012 by: piyushnasa
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How do I determine this? I don't see it anywhere on the console. I only see sizes for the individual tasks....

Answered 04/18/2012 by: etipton
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Check the Task Type on Time Started & Completed here:
http://K1000-IP-Address/systemui/konductor_tasks.php?STATUS=ALL 
 
Answered 04/18/2012 by: Aaron Cool
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  • Not sure what you are responding to but my question is regarding Scripted Installs on the K2000, not Tasks on the K1000....
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