Running a multicast in debug mode: Have you tried injecting the LM 32bit Vista Drivers into your boot. Thanks for your help. The trick to make all of you images work on all of your machines well at least part of the trick is to shrink your windows partition before you image it. I am experiencing the very same thing on some Optiplex units with MDT Sign in to vote. TechNet Subscriber Support in forum If you have any feedback on our support, please contact tnmff microsoft.

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I actually created a new boot image for the x64 environment we have previously been using x86 Windows XP images. Dell Optiplex Tested Kernels: I presume that would do the same as the Step 3 you are referring to?

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Will try it right now… stand by. That 825579lm this problem for me in the past I believe. I did finally resolve this issue. Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. If not, I am sure it is in the wiki or forum somewhere. Marked as answer by Roger Mayne Thursday, July 18, 9: Your browser does not seem to support JavaScript. Trying other Kernels 8257lm fix the problem… Any idea why only multicast connection is slow and unicast runs well? I did also try the x86 drivers in case there was an issue.


Remove From My Forums. Test it out though and let us know. Instead of using a Win7 base image, I created a Win base and injected the drivers and it has worked since then. We’ve been using it fine for years deploying various Windows XP images. Intek am experiencing the very same thing on some Optiplex units with MDT Then you can extend it when you install.

Only users with topic management privileges can see it. Can someone please upload the Kernel 3.

Monday, June 10, 8: Getting anxious due to deadlines! I tried downloading your kermel but it had no file extension and was only Friday, June 7, 3: I’ve added a package within the WDS environment and added it to both the boot and capture image I want to use.

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You should be able to use it for all of you machines. Then associate your machine with that kernel. Tried to push it down, failed… said it pushed the image down really quick and finished in seconds.


Hopefully, we can make some progress next week. I even pulled the boot. We use Dell almost exclusively, and I’ve treid the Windows 7 image on various different models. Please test to do the steps 3 in following article and see if a driver could be included to your WDS image:.