RIS


J

JP

When booting and attempting to RIS a machine, the images
are all there. Then go onto the next machine and 2 of
the previous 7 image options disappear. Any clues on the
cause?
 
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Daniel Chang [MSFT]

HAL filtering--in Windows 2003 server RIS will only present the images with
the same HAL as the target machine? Are each of the machines "identical"?
One way to tell if it's got a different HAL is to do a clean install and
check the SETUPAPI.LOG file to see which HAL is selected.

Some machines have BIOS options that require setting before installation
(ACPI enable and select "Windows 2000" or whatever as the target operating
system).


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Daniel Chang
Server Setup Team

Search our Knowledge Base at http://support.microsoft.com/directory
Visit the Windows 2000 Homepage at
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/default.asp
See the Windows NT Homepage at http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/

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: When booting and attempting to RIS a machine, the images
: are all there. Then go onto the next machine and 2 of
: the previous 7 image options disappear. Any clues on the
: cause?
 
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J

JP

The image was taken from one of the machine that is
identical. Therefore the HAL will be the same. And it
does appear once after moving the image on the RIS server
and then moving it back into the folder.
 

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