Image being downloaded from the K2000, not the RSA.
I have an SDA installed at a remote site. The only accessible DHCP server at the site has its scope configured so Option 66 was for the local SDA.
When deploying a scripted install we notices that the deployment was incredibly slow. While the image was deploying we ran a CTRL+ALT+DEL to bring up Task Manager and opened another command window to see where the drive letters were mapped. The drive mappings were pointed to the main K2000 at the home office, not the local RSA. We also only sync select scripts to the local RSAs at each site, however at this site the tech mentioned that they were able to see all the scripts.
Is there a setting that would cause the remote RSA to redirect the local clients back to the main K2000?
Community Chosen Answer
You have two options:
1. setup a DHCP server on the remote site (the RSA has one on board if it is sufficient) and let it handle the remote site
2. build your own KBE for every location where the IP/DNS name of the SDA/RSA is hard coded.
You can use the KBE manipulator to manipulate these settings