I imaged a system successfully via K2000 but after I connected that hard disk to another Machine , it is no longer booting 
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You might want to look for tools designed to clone devices:
Such as Acronis True Image.

KACE K2 is not entirely designed for this swap HDD\cloning practices.

Anyway, I would say make sure the BIOS settings are the same, specially Legac vs. UEFI.

Have you tried returning the same HDD to the original machine?
Answered 11/23/2017 by: Channeler
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"no longer booting" is too vague. At what stage of booting does it fail? Does the machine see the disk in the BIOS, for example? Folks here are very clever but psychic powers are a bit thin on the ground.
Answered 11/24/2017 by: VBScab
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