Does images contain BIOS Settings?

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    Does Wyse Images contain the BIOS settings of the devices where the image in extracted?

    I have V90Ls which inherited BIOS settings when imaged. However newer V90Ls didn’t inherit BIOS settings on the same image. Is there a firmware version or patch that I should be wary about?

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    Hi,

    Yes the settings should be saved when you pull an image. Check the pull.i2c and the push.i2c on your WDM sever. These files are in the inetpubftprootrapporttoolssa9V92 folder. In the file is a line like = or = they should both =YES.

    Also the USB imager on this site does not support pushing the BIOS settings,

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    Thanks. Having checked the parameters, I can confirm that both says YES. There are about 47 pull.i2c and push.i2c files in the sa directory and subdirectories. I’ve also checked the i2c files in the 9V90 folder and the “=” and “=” parameters say YES too.

    I just realised that the newer thin clients I received are V90LE models. Is there some prior prcedure when pushing an image from a V90L into a V90LE?

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    You will only need to check the files in the 9V92 folder, maybe you have found a new bug!

    As for the V90L/LE they are the same unit with a faster processor BUT there is a rub. Wyse released a notification that you must use the latest V90L/LE image on all devices as they have changed the CPU in production, see this:

    http://www.freewysemonkeys.com/site/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=60&mode=&order=0&thold=0

    Cheers,
    -TT

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