Pulling an Image HELP!!!

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  • #1297
    Avatarjambi
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    My company uses v90L Thin Clients to run robotic welders on the production lines and I have 5 v90L’s that need to be imaged using a custom image from an exsisting V90L. Im limited for time, so didn’t get to read too much about it, but I have WSI, and followed all the walk-thru’s and guides I could find (keep in mind, I don’t have a lot of time) including working in the command prompt and editing the alone.bat file….
    All the DHCP, FTP, IIS, and WSI settings are exactly what was in the guides, and I can ping both the T.C. from the server pc (using XP Pro) and vice versa so I know the server pc and TC are connected and talking properly, I just cannot get anywhere on pulling the image from the thin client. I spent 20 hours on this now and need to have all the clients ready by Friday, so help would be GREATLY appriciated!!! thanks in advance

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    So what is your issue now?
    What happens when you boot the client?
    What is your alone.bet looking like?

    CG

    #13374
    ConfGenConfGen
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    The following steps should work for you:

    1) close WSI
    2) disable DHCP Proxy Service
    3) make sure TFT32 is running
    4) open cmd and change to c:inetpubftprootrapporttoolssaalone
    5) alone pull
    Example: alone pull 9V92 V90LE_Custom
    6) power on the Unit, it will pick up the TFTP-Bootfloppp and start pulling off the image
    7) after the imaging is done, the .i2d is in the new subdirectory under ftprootrapport
    8) if you want to pull the image again at a later time, mike sure the c:inetpubftprootrapporttoolssalogfiles subfir is empty

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    I am using a USB from Wyse instead of the C: drive, I don’t know if that is affecting anything

    The boot screen just shows the Wyse splash, then looking for DHCP, then never finds anything and boots to windows… i’ve probably wore out the power button by now with all the powering on to try.

    Should I copy the files to the c: drive from the f:? (i already have most of the files, I just uninstalled WSI and my c:/Inetpub alone.bat is gone with it, so im using the USB drive.)

    The alone.bat file is edited to read “Pull 9V92 (My directory)” should I just have the name of the folder as the directory or the whole directory? I’ve tried both…

    The SNTP on Tftpd32 says it cannot “bind the SNTP port Either you do not have the privilege or a SNTP daemon is already running ” and I have no idea how to fix that…

    I fix one problem and run into another… all I need to do is pull a custom image…wish I could just transfer it via USB or CD lol

    Thanks for your help!!!

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    Wow, I am confused now!!!

    So, lets get on the same page. Forget USB, you need to pull an image so this means the Wyse Simple Imager (WSI)

    Set this up using the reference guide on the support site. Test it by pushing a Wyse image from the wyse.com web site. Once you have this working follow the guide below to lull an image:

    http://www.freewysemonkeys.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=47

    This should get you there. There is not short cut to this, taking the time to read the manual will end up saving time rather than just trying to set it up by yourself,

    Cheers,
    -TT

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