DDC problems

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  • #6973
    AvatarSjark
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    Hi,

    I am setting up WDM with some Wyse Z90DW devices running WES 2009.

    I have some problems with the default device configuration.

    I am trying to push the latest image for the devices downloaded from Wyse.com, and also push one application. When the devices gets discovered, the image and package is scheduled to be installed, and “update now” message appears on the screen.

    They reboot into Write protection off mode, but when they reboot again the image doesn’t get installed, it just boots back up again.

    WDM Version: 4.8.5
    Image: AZA0 Build 705 EFGS

    There are no error logs in the Schedule packages, they just don’t run.

    When i send the image to the device with Package Distribution Wizard, and choose non pxe, it works fine.

    Do Default Device Configuration use normal PXE? If so, is there any way to change it to Non Pxe?

    #21429
    ConfGenConfGen
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    This is a known bug in WDM.
    All scheduled packages are send out via PXE. Non-scheduled packages (“now”) can be send out via PXE and Non-PXE.

    Should be fixed in the next release 4.9.

    You can work around this by adding
    EX “c:windowssetupBAActive.exe“
    to the image script.

    CG

    #21433
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    I diddn’t find the BAActive.exe under C:WindowsSetup, but I searched the entire windows folder and found it under system32.

    Added it to the image script, and it worked out fine.

    Thanks

    #21448
    AvatarSjark
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    The image and one custom made application is now pushed fine, but when it is done it just starts the process over again, and pushes the image and app again.

    How can I keep it from doing that?

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