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You might want to take a look at Baramundi Software Deployment tools.
Seems like Bootmanager is missing or corrupt and most likely due to having the wrong deployment tools installed. Deployment tool kit contains tools to create bootmanager. For Server 2012 & Windows 8 - install WADK (https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/hh825486.aspx) For server 2008 and Windows 7 - install WAIK ...
WDS log (Source Deployment-Services-Diagnostics, Event ID 57347) advised: The PXE server processed a request from a client of architecture x86. However there were no boot images installed for this architecture It seems either my NIC/PXE-code or BIOS is providing an invalid response to the architecture. Maybe its based on the processor on the NIC, I am ...
I would put them in a separate class, e.g. "wildcard_ssl_", and probably include that from both of 'webappX' classes, or maybe from both profiles instead.
CJH would be need to be an AD child domain of the KATYISD.ORG domain and the computer in question would need to be a member of that child domain. If you don't have a CJH AD child domain then I wouldn't expect it to get that computer name. Why do you expect it to get that name? Alternatively, you could manually change the primary DNS suffix of the computer ...
PsExec... erk. OK for v-small environments, but doesn't scale into the enterprise. Seen plenty of bombed PSExec child processes / residual PSExecSvc services. If AD based deployment isn't an option, and the clients are Win7/8, use WinRM.
I apologize, I no more than posted the question above when I received an email from Adobe. The Adobe Customization Wizard that supports "Adobe Reader DC" will be called version XII and is available via the following FTP URL: ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/AcrobatDC/misc/. Additionally, the Enterprise Toolkit documentation is available via the ...
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