Scripted OS install problems from K2000
Hi, I just started a new job, and one of my first tasks is to get the Imaging/Scripted OS installs working on our Kace systems.
so, when I network boot to the K2000 to try and perform a scripted OS (win7_x64) i get stuck, the CMD window opens and the automated tasks start to run, but it stops at this.
X:\Windows\System32>net use Y: \\192.168.x.x\peinst
it says that the password is invalid, and wont proceed past that point.
I have asked the other 2 guys in my dept if they know what the user name and password for the share on the K2000 is, and no one seems to know..
does anyone have an idea how I can fix this? thanks!
Community Chosen Answer
Sounds like they upgraded the system from 3.3 to 3.4 and did not recreate the boot environments. With 3.4 the boot now uses the password set in control panel. You need to set the password to something known and recreate new boot environements using the k2000 media manager.
the driver/restore password