After creating a bootable usb image how does one delete it from the box? I did this on a rather large image and need the space back. I'm thinking they are in a "hidden" share such as \\kbox\usmt, \\kbox\petemp, \\kbox\peinst, etc. Is there a list of all these shares documented somewhere?

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If you are talking deployment - system image.  delete the the image and then use purge under the maintenance - appliance maintenance tab.

If you mean boot environment.  If it is set as default k2000 boot env, you need to choose another one first, then go under deployments - boot env and delete it, then go under library - source media and delete that also, then purge.

Answered 09/24/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Ah - I was hoping not to have to delete the image. I'll make do...
    • We store all our windows images as wims on external shares to save the k2000 disk space for mac images. If you captured this image as a internal wim it should be stored at \peinst\wim, if you captured it as a kimage it is integrated into the system file storage area to allow deduping of the files.
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Here's a fun answer to my own question. Just download the USB image and it is removed from the kbox. Done and done.

Answered 09/26/2013 by: jegolf
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