3150 not load windows CE

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  • #332
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    Hello,

    You pardon my English, I do not write it well.

    I have wyse 3150. When I ignite nonload Windows CE. I am trying with tftpd32 load image but it does not work “peer returns error abortin transfer.

    thanks

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    Hi fahrenheit,

    Can you load the firmware with FTP, not PXE?

    Like this:

    http://www.freewysemonkeys.com/downloads/Configuring%20Winterm%20-%20Automated%20DHCP%20Firmware%20Update.pdf

    Cheers and Welcome!
    -TT

    #9244
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    hi thinkthin,

    i can´t load the firmware with ftp.

    When i ignite think client leaves: pxe-e53: no boot filename received

    thanks

    #9245
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    Hi,

    With the FTP method you do not need PXE.

    Do you mean that you can not start the thin client at all? (it is broken?)

    IF so go to the wyse.com web site and download the Wyse Simple Imager and use this to load the firmware,

    Cheers,
    -TT

    #9248
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    hi thinkthin,

    i have already used the Wyse Simple Imager and I’ve got the error: peer returns error abortin transfer.
    I can’t download the image from the tftpd32.

    I ‘ve followed the guide very carefully, but i’ve just obtained this error.
    Do you know what the problem is?

    Thanks in advanve,

    Best regards,

    Miguel

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    I Have seen this when the Windows Firewall was on or the if tftp was not set up. Make sure tftp32 has this set as the Base Directory:

    C: InetPub ftproot Rapport Tools sa (include a backslash – this forum will not let me post them)

    Can you see if this works?

    #9250
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    hi,

    To pull
    Go to command prompt (cmd)
    cd c:intepubftprootrapportToolssaalone
    run alone pull (ex. alone pull 9V90 test9V90)
    For push
    Go to command prompt (cmd)
    cd c:intepubftprootrapportToolssaalone
    run alone push (ex. alone push 9V90 test9V90)

    I do not understand what i must do here.

    thanks

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    Hi,

    This is only to pull an image on Windows XP or CE. You can not use PXE to take an image from Windows CE.

    The Simple Imager Tool is used to load factory images to devices that no longer boot.

    If you are trying to push custom settings use Wyse Device Manager (WDM) to “Get Custom Settings”

    I am a bit confused (sorry), are you trying to load an image or copy an image for delivery?

    -TT 🙂

    #9254
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    The device (Wyse 3150) does not load Windows ce. A black screen appears, where I can read: “no boot filename received”.

    I want to load the image that comes by default in the Wyse 3150.
    The manual of simple image tool that i have is:

    WISard Stand Alone

    SETUP REQUIREMENTS:

    Execution of this application requires a Windows 2000 Server on an ISOLATED NETWORK that contains DHCP Server Services.

    Install FTP and DHCP Service
    Control Panel
    Add/Remove Programs
    Add/Remove Windows Components
    Internet Information Service (IIS)
    Details
    File Transfer Protocol
    Network Services
    DHCP
    Set static IP on the server (ex. 10.1.1.12/255.255.255.0/10.1.1.254)
    Set DNS (ex. 132.237.1.96)
    Create a DHCP scope
    Control Panel/Administrative Tools/DHCP
    New Scope
    Scope Options (Define option: 3, 6, 43, 67)
    Option 43:
    0000 3C 04 49 54 46 00 43 09 <.ITF.C.
    0008 72 6F 6F 74 2E 69 32 75 root.i2u
    0010 00 00
    For option 67: rapportitf.0
    Activate DHCP scope
    Create an Account
    Control
    Local Users and Groups
    Create User: rapport
    Password: r@p8p0r+
    Setup FTP
    Create directory: c:intepubftprootrapport
    Control PanelAdministrative ToolsInternet Information Server
    Default FTP SiteRight ClickPropertiesSecurity Accounts
    Add rapport user to FTP Site Operators.
    Click on Home directory and set c:intepubftprootrapport
    Set Read, Write, MS-DOS
    Copy WISard under c:intepubftprootrapport
    Go to c:intepubftprootrapportToolssa
    Edit env.i2c and update
    Utility execute tftpd32.exe
    Go to Settings and set root tftp directory to c:intepubftprootrapportToolssa
    To pull
    Go to command prompt (cmd)
    cd c:intepubftprootrapportToolssaalone
    run alone pull (ex. alone pull 9V90 test9V90)
    For push
    Go to command prompt (cmd)
    cd c:intepubftprootrapportToolssaalone
    run alone push (ex. alone push 9V90 test9V90)
    Product name and i2d file must be the same

    How shall i do it?

    Thanks for yous help and your patience,

    Miguel

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    Hi,

    The instructions you have posted are wrong!!!!

    You need to go to the wyse.com site and get the instructions to Push an image. You can do this form the GUI on simple imager.

    The process you are trying will not work on CE.

    Sorry the language is hard, what country are you from?

    Cheers,
    -TT

    #9264
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    hi,

    i am from spain

    thanks

    #9266
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    Wow, spain – that’s cool!

    Here is the Guide from the Wyse eb site, you will need Simple Imager working then complete these steps:

    http://www.wyse.com/supportdownload/3series/Wyse%20Simple%20Imager%20Ver1.1.4%20User%20Guide%20Feb%202007.rtf

    Wyse Simple Imager Usage:

    1. Connect the clients, (which all needs to be imaged) in the network in which Wyse Simple Imager is installed.
    2. Run Wyse Simple Imager tool
    3. Select the appropriate Product from the Product list.
    4. Click on Add button
    5. Fill in the fields with appropriate values.
    6. Click on the Browse button and select the image file which is already downloaded/given by Wyse.
    7. Click Ok and wait for the message ‘Image is successfully addedâ€￾.
    8. Added image will appear in the firmware list.
    9. Select the firmware and click on Submit.
    10. TFTP application will automatically launched and note that this application window should not be closed until all the clients successfully imaged with the firmware.
    11. Wait for the message ‘Please start/restart the client to start imaging’.
    12. Click ok, Log message screen will appear.
    13. Start/Reboot the client. When client finishes the imaging Log screen will show the log messages and the final status whether imaging is ‘Success’ or any other error.

    -TT

    #9269
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    hi,

    following the guide, the wyse not found ip.

    pxe-e53: no boot filename received.

    8.- dhcp scope optinos do no need to be set ????????

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    Hi,

    Yes you will need a scope that should have been created Automatically

    Create a scope from 10.1.1.13 – 10.1.1.17 with a mask of 255.255.255.0

    This should do it,

    Cheers,
    -TT

    #9297
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    hi,

    it pardons by my English.

    I have mounted dhcp (scope 192.168.63.112 to 192.168.63.114) without options

    I have installed wyse image tool and FTP as it says the manual “wyse simple imager ver.1.1.4 user guide feb 2207.rtf”

    pxe-e53: not boot filename received

    thanks

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