Shortly before my colleague went on holiday he created a new RM build disk for us as 100 new computers and 30 new laptops need setting up.
Whilst he was away we had our servers upgraded from 2003 to 2012 and since then i cant get the computers to build. I originally tried the disk he made which failed almost automatically so was told by the network manager to make a new one (something I haven't done before).
I followed the guide in RM's knowledge library on how to make a build disk and it all seemed to go OK.
I popped the disk in one of the computers and ran through the usual set up, choosing which version of windows to install etc.
All seemed to be going well and it got past the place where the original build disk was failing. However once it got to the stage where it retrieves drivers it got stuck and timed out after roughly an hour and a half.
Anyone else experienced issues 'retrieving drivers' when imaging a computer using an RM build disk?
Am i likely missing something obvious?
I've had a similar issue before where it drops the connection (and therefore times out) because I had the wrong Windows PE driver installed. I would start by checking this, you can refer to the tech article TEC1274876 for help.
Failing that do you have a user with the username drivers because that will cause it to fail whilst retrieving drivers - TEC1562348