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Kace2000 - add applications to current image.

08/01/2017 722 views
Hello All, 

I am new here. I have a question about updating an current image to install a couple more applications.

What is the easiest way. I am new to this system, so have not much experience with all of this. 

Thanks, 
Regards, 
Kopfan.
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If you have the applications included in your captured image then you will need to capture a new image...or... if you have a managed installation from your k1000 that works, you can export from your K1000 and import to your K2000 as a post installation task to add the installation to your existing image...or create a new post installation task to install your app.
Answered 08/01/2017 by: Hobbsy
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  • Hobbsy, could you clarify on how the post installation task is done in the sense of a batch file/script.

    Where would installers need to be located etc

    Many thanks
    Kopfan.

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Hey Hobbsy, 

Thanks for the reply. 

We use K2000 for laptop image deployment. We have an image which we pxe boot from and is fine.

Could I just add a simple post installation task, a script/batch file that runs the installers.

If so, where would installers need to be stored.

Many thanks, 
Kopfan.


Answered 08/03/2017 by: kopfan
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