Hi There,

I have successfully sysprep'd the machine image and uploaded it to the K2000. Boot environment works great, but when I go to deploy it gives me the following error:

Error opening directory while building local file list for D:\ (3) The system cannot find the file specified.

The attached picture shows what I am doing for pre-post tasks.

Im not sure why its showing D:\ instead of C:\


Sorta stumped here, if anyone could lend a hand that would be great.

Any information that would assist I can provide.
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Ensure that the captured system's disk is provisioned like the deployment system; in otherwords apples to apples is best. So if the target system has multiple disks, or the captured system did you may need to adjust for that.
Answered 07/02/2011 by: cblake
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Well it is a windows 7 image so I dont believe that there is a boot folder in the root... There is a boot folder under the windows directory though..


As for partitions, the machine that I am harvesting the image has not partitions setup, as in I deleted everything in windows setup and started from scratch. Win 7 setup automatically creates a 100MB NTFS partition for system.

The target machine is a dell machine that has the weird 3 partitions. So i added in the dell package from kace to deal with the partition setup but I am still having no luck.

One thing that I do know is that when I harvested the image I only selected one drive from the list. I will now re-try with selecting both disks from the selection menu of the k-image screen
Answered 07/04/2011 by: bobbylwest
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Thanks so much for your input!
Answered 07/04/2011 by: bobbylwest
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