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Hi all:

Been using the K2000 for about two years and it has been a great tool for deployment on physical machines.  Starting to use more virtualized environments, and I'm having trouble getting any of our images to deploy on a virtual machine (using Hyper V).  VM is set as a "Generation 1" in HyperV, to allow for Legacy booting.

Each time I try, the "apply image" step of the deployment seems to run to completion, but then I get the following errors (attached).

This image was captured from a physical machine, using the KACE instructions for creating a master image, and using the KACE Sysprep tool before capture.  As I mentioned, it deploys without issue to physical hardware.

Is it possible to deploy an image captured from physical hardware to a VM?  Or do I need to start from scratch and create a new image specifically for virtualized use?

Thanks.
Eric

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Answering my own question is odd -- but I was able to find the solution thanks to this thread:
http://www.itninja.com/question/booting-kace-boot-environment-kbe-inside-hyper-v-vm-is-hit-or-miss

In my case, I already had HyperV configured for a single processor; but changing from dynamic RAM to static RAM solved the issue.
Answered 11/15/2016 by: erzeszut
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