I have a flash drive set up to boot to our K2000 to deploy images.  I just hooked up a new workstation that I was trying to put an image on. It gives me an error saying that it was unable to mount shares to the kbox.  Our environment has Dell Optiplex 990, Optiplex 9010, and Optiplex 9010 AIO.  The new workstation is a Dell Optiplex 9020 AIO.  I am able to boot any other machine just fine, except this new one.  What would be causing this error?

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The unable to mount share error message usually points to a missing NIC driver from your KBE.  Have you downloaded the 9020 AIO drivers and rebuilt your KBE?

Answered 10/22/2013 by: dpyett
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