Hi!

Where does K2000 store the source media content? I want to download the image (files) to my computer, but I can`t find where does it saves it.


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Thx for help!
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OK, but what is the different between the first one and second ? First one is only 175MB, and the second is 4.33GB. I can only download the first one.

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We use scripted install and win7_x86_pro_sp1_dell_version, see picture. And I want to get that img, so I can build a new img, adding some windows update etc. 
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Answered 12/03/2014 by: Swede
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  • the first one is a winpe boot env and the second and third are both OS install media
    • fyi source install media is not GUI downloadable just KBE's are
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if you go to the source media list and point your mouse at it, look at the bottom for the source id
go to that directory and you will see a copy of the uploaded dvd there.




Answered 12/03/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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Not sure these files are stored in plain sight, didn't see them in peinst or petemp on the K2000 server. Are you just trying to download the KBE? If yes, go to Deployments>Boot Environments and you can download bootable ISO or bootable flash drive. 
Answered 12/03/2014 by: SDNBTP
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If you are specifically asking where the files are located in the share look no futhure then \\yourshareipaddress\peinst\source_cds but Swede is correct.
Answered 12/03/2014 by: mikesharp1
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Aha! Looking good, but it`s keep asking me for a network password.....have try everything, nothing bites. Hmmmm....
Answered 12/04/2014 by: Swede
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  • user admin and whatever you set your k2000 samba share password to.on the control panel - general settings page
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Thx to all of you guys! 

I worked with the samba share pwd, and now I can reach all the content I want.
Answered 12/05/2014 by: Swede
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