We currently have only 4 images.  We duplicate the images and set our post installs.  No big deal here.  Where can I find what image I used for this "copy?"  Is there a log file or somewhere on the System Image Detail page that tells me?

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The only way you can tell is know the id of the images and do it that way.  Below are the logs that show I duplicated image "244" to image "445".  You can get this ID from the deployment-system images screen by hovering over the deployment name and look in the bottom left corner of the browser.

this is all that is logged during a duplication

KServerTaskProcessor[87895] @ Wed, May 21 2014 09:47:48 PDT: (datastore) running /kbox/bin/system_image_duplicate_files.php '244' '445'
KServerTaskProcessor[87895] @ Wed, May 21 2014 09:47:50 PDT: (datastore) command exit status is 0
KServerTaskProcessor[87895] @ Wed, May 21 2014 09:47:50 PDT: (datastore) command output start
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Answered 05/21/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • you may want to suggest this as an enhancement thru the user voice
    https://kace.uservoice.com/forums/82717-k2000
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Are the images KImages or WIM? 

 

for KIMages, I believe we just rebuild the manifest, no file copies are done. 

Answered 05/22/2014 by: MacDude
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