I will be soon rolling out some new images from K2000. Is there a way to see in K1000 which image a particular client has installed? 

This would be particularly useful to see which clients need updating, or if a particular image is causing a common problem.


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I added a registry set to the software so it shows up in the k1000 as a software item.

I run a batch file to sysprep the machines that also edits the oem background picture I set and pokes the registry to create a fake software install to list my version in the k1000.

see http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/setting-up-custom-logon-background-wallpaper-and-user-icon-for-a-windows-7-image on setting up oem background.

in the bottom corner of all my oem backgrounds I place a tag

this is the reg file I poke in

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\TMCC IMAGE INFO]
"Comments"="changes to office 2013, vnc, mailto"
"DisplayVersion"="64Admin Desktop 061013"
"Publisher"="WIM file AD64061013"
"DisplayName"="TMCC Admin Image"
"Readme"="The Display Version is the K2000 image name"



Answered 12/06/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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We do something similar to SMal with custom inventory. However, we use the contents of the K2000_Deployment_Info.conf file, and save it to the registry as a Postinstall Task. We then have a Custom Inventory item on our K1000 that retreives that info. We not only save the Image Name but also the Image Date.

Answered 12/10/2013 by: BHC-Austin
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On the K2000 Reports tab there is an Image Deploy Log which may be helpful...you could compare the mac address to when it was last imaged.

Answered 12/06/2013 by: jegolf
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