I am working with my Networking team in an attempt to proceed with Mac imaging. We are using the following guide in order to configure the ISC DHCP server to tell clients to boot to the K2.

http://brandon.penglase.net/index.php?title=Getting_*nix_to_Netboot_Macs

We seem to have a good handle on what is going on, but we need to know the path to the Boot Image, which is described in the example code as

option root-path = "http://10.25.64.32/build.sparseimage";

What is the path to the netboot images on the K2? Has anybody else succeeded in setting up mac imaging in this method?

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\\kbox\PEINST

http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/K2000-peinst-file-share-information

 

Answered 03/05/2013 by: jdornan
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  • More specifically nfs:KBOX_IP:/kbox/datastore/current/tftpboot/netbootintel:netboot.dmg
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I can also suggest implementing ip helpers if you can't get that script working: http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/discussion-on-booting-using-macboot-from-a-subnet-other-than-where-the-k2000-appliance-resides

Answered 03/06/2013 by: mpace
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The easiest solution is to either a put in an ip helper which is hit or miss IMO, or set the BSDP info node side by running the following command: sudo bless -netboot -server bsdp://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (This can easily be accomplished on all machines via K1 scripting module.)

Answered 03/06/2013 by: scriptingninja
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  • That does not work if the EFI has been updated for "Lion Internet Recovery" (mid 2011 and 2012's)
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