Scripting Installations with K2000
So I have gotten imaging part of K2000 down but I just started to do scripted installations on the box for other features like USMT etc...
I have uploaded my XP SP3 ISO as a Source Media. I then created a new scripted install, with the XP iso as the source media, and pretty much left al the other fields for the unattend file blank. When I goto run the scripted install on physical box and after my partition pre install task runs, I get the following:
The system cannot find the path specified.
File not found - c:\txtsetup.sif
Path not found - c:\$win_nt$.~bt
Path not found c:\$win_nt$.~ls
Does c:\$win_nt$.~bt specify a file name or directory name on the target (F = file, D = directory)?
I've tried various combos of File and directory options but what ends up happening is the pc promptly restarts and does and errors to BOOTMGR is missing...
Any ideas? My first time using scripted installs.
Community Chosen Answer
Figured out the solution:
When using Kace media uploader: do not upload the ISO. Extract the ISO in its own folder, then upload that directory. Make your scripted image and boot from it and tada, it works. Media manager will upload anything you throw at it, so be careful.