06/25/2019 195 views


I saw that you can see when and what image was deployed to the computer at "C:\ProgramData\Quest\KACE\k2000_deployment_info.conf"

I was hoping that there was a report we could run that pulls up this information sorted by deployment_name. It would be awesome to see what labs need to be redone with what images without having to manually check each one. I tried creating a report with the wizard, but could not find that field.

Am i missing it or is this something that has to be done in SQL?

Thank you,

Rex H.

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I want to know what the current image applied so if I had a bug in a particular image I can track it.

Quest places a file on the imaged machine to give you a reference about the current image.


I also wanted some other info so I add a reg entry to my images when I sysprep. This entry comes into the SMA as a software item. So you can track the history thru the SMA of images by changes in that software item.

I run this file when I sysprep:

Dism /Online /Export-DefaultAppAssociations:c:\temp\AppAssoc.xml

start /wait notepad.exe C:\Windows\w2d\tmccimageversion.reg

start /wait regedit /s C:\Windows\w2d\tmccimageversion.reg


sysprep /generalize /oobe /shutdown /unattend:c:\windows\system32\sysprep\adminw10x64.xml

This is the tmccimageversion.reg file contents

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\TMCC IMAGE INFO]

"Comments"="Source 1809LTSCx64"


"DisplayVersion"="W10LTSC 062019"


"Publisher"="WIM ad062019"

"DisplayName"="TMCC Admin Image"

Then on the SMA you create CIR to read quest info.

for the reg file I use it shows like this

Answered 06/25/2019 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • then use the report writer to create reports and use the filter rules to tune
  • the names of the tmcc file has changed some over the years the files are the month day year coded so I have been doing this since 2012
    This has been a major saving of complaints. the student workers go image and I then check the software items for this years images, I can tell immediately when they put the wrong image in a room

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