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I have to randomly upload new drivers etc and therefore have quite a few KBOX source media entries. However whenever I try and delete some of these old ones (that are not selected as a default K2000 Boot environment in the general settings) I get an error saying "Cannot delete Source Media while it is in use by a deployment." when it in fact is not. And no imaging is taking place either. Any idea on how to clean these up?
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What i usually do is delete them from Deployments -> boot environments Then delete from Library -> source media If that doesn't work, try a K2 reboot.
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What i usually do is delete them from
Deployments -> boot environments
Then delete from
Library -> source media
If that doesn't work, try a K2 reboot.
Answered 03/27/2012 by: dchristian
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  • Fantastic thanks David! I was trying from Library>Source Media but deleting from Deployments>Boot Environments worked a treat, thanks.
  • Additionally, it will not let you delete the source media if it is the default boot environment under:
    Settings & Maintenance --> General Settings: Default K2000 Boot Environments
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Have you purged unused files?
Settings & Maintenance> Appliance Maintenance> Purge unused K-image files.
Answered 03/27/2012 by: dugullett
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  • I have indeed and absolutely nothing happens. The server has gone through an update also to v3.4.54256
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