Software Deployment Question
Computer not being able to connect to KACE2000 to capture image
I don't think I really understand how this works. If I want to capture an image of a notebook that currently is running Windows 8 don't I just need a NIC driver that will work in order to connect to the KACE 2000 to capture the image.
I am getting an error about not being able to connect and I suspect I need to add a newer NIC driver to the driver share.
In an article on KACE support it says:
After copying the drivers to the appropriate location you will need to re-cache the drivers under Library | Manage Drivers. Manage Drivers is found in the Overview tab under Library...
Now build a new KBE boot environment using the latest version of Media Manager from the K2000. You will need WAIK for Windows 7 to build a WinPE 3 KBE or ADK for Windows 8 to build a WinPE 4 KBE. Your new KBE boot environment will include the new drivers that were added above.
Can I just rebuild the one for Windows 7 to get the new drivers or do I need to build one for Windows 8? We are not really wanting to go to Windows 8 yet. This is just a test.