i have a question...

We have a K2000 v5.x --> everything works perfectly. For Test reasons we have a second ! K2000 v6.x - and exportet Tasks from the working v5.x and imported to our Test v6.x. After Deploying image - the deploying stops until the midlevel Task: Unattend.xml --> with this error: Unattend.xml --> Error Code 2: Message: System cannot find the file (same procedure works with the v5.x).

Image is captured @ windows 7. (100 MB partition, 70 GB OS partition - and a second Data Partition).

Here ist the diskpart script:

select volume 0
remove all noerr
select disk 0
create partition primary size=100
assign letter=C
create partition primary size=110000
assign letter=D
create partition primary
assign letter=E

The midlevel Task to copy over the unattend is:

copy unattend.xml D:\windows\panther\unattend.xml /Y


i think here is the failure --> but i tried to change the path to C:  or D:windows --> but no effect....

diskpart shows:

list disk --> Datenträger 0 --99 GB

select disk 0

list partition shows --> partition 1: 100 MB; partition 2: 98 GB

select partition 2

detail partition: C Windows


So normally the KACE should find the unattend ?


I don´t know what to try more....

Maybe somebody could give me a hint?

With the best regards






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Couple things...

First off, the K2 cannot be version 5 or 6, that is the K1.  I am assuming you mean 3.5 vs. 3.6.

Second, when you imported the task, did it also copy the dependency file (unattend.xml) also?  You may just need to re-add it to your task.  I am guessing it is missing because of the specific error you are receiving, and the fact that it works with 3.5 and not 3.6 after you exported it.
Answered 07/21/2014 by: nheyne
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Hello Nheyne,


thx a lot for your response!

I could solve the problem with the KACE Support Team - i had an "error" while copying the file. The solution is: create a batch file to copy it - zip the unattend and the batch file - and now it works (the "syntax" changed from 3.5 to 3.6).

Now works great!

Thank you for your time!

Answered 07/22/2014 by: Alex_Graf
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