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   LANDesk
   Provisioning




            LANDesk Provisioning Team
                Brevard Public Schools
                             6/8/2010
                              LANDesk Provisioning

Import template (need to rename in script)
      1. Go to the Operating system deployment tab
      2. Click on the “Import template” button




      3. The following will open




      4. Click Browse and go to the “Join Domain and install LD Client – XP” template


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      5. Click Open
      6. You should see this




      7. Click Import
      8. Click OK
      9. Click Close, rename to have your school number in front.
      10. Right click the template you just imported and go to edit




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       11. Expand the „System Configuration” section
       12. Click the “install full LanDesk Client”
       13. In the drop down select the landesk client distribution task created before.
       14. Click OK and you are done.


Repeat steps 2-14 for the “Join domain and install LD client – Win 7” template
Repeat steps 2 – 9 for the “Patch and Repair” template, steps 10-14 are not necessary.




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Install LD and join computer it to the domain
      1. Go to the Operating system deployment tab
      2. Click on the “New template” button




      3. The following will open




      4. Name it (I suggest xxxx join domain and install LD)
      5. Select Boot Environment to “Not applicable”
      6. Select Target OS to “Windows XP Pro”
      7. Click OK
      8. Right Click the template and select Edit



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      9. The following will open




      10. Click the System configuration section
      11. Click Add
      12. Name it XXXX configure initial LD Agent
      13. Use the drop down to set the type to Configure Agent
      14. Click OK
      15. The following will open


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      16. In the drop down, select your agent
      17. For domain and username enter: %lddomain%\%lduser%
      18. And for password, check the „user a variable‟ and enter: %ldpass%
      19. And check the „reboot if required‟
      20. Click Apply
      21. Highlight “System Configuration”




      22. Click Add
      23. Name it „reboot‟ – action type reboot/shutdown, click OK
      24. In the dropdown, reboot should be selected




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      25. Click Apply
      26. Highlight “System Configuration”
      27. Click Add




      28. Name: Join Domain
      29. Type: Join Domain
      30. Click OK
      31. The following will open




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                                                                     ,
      32. Domain name: %lddomain%
      33. Username: %lddomain%\%lduser%
      34. Check use variable for password
      35. Password: %ldpass%
      36. Click Apply
      37. Highlight “System Configuration”
      38. Click Add




      39. Name it „reboot‟ – action type reboot/shutdown, click OK
      40. In the dropdown, reboot should be selected




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      41. Click Apply
      42. Highlight “System Configuration”
      43. Click Add




      44. Name: install full LD agent
      45. Type: Distribute software
      46. Uncheck the „stop processing if this fails‟ box
      47. Click OK




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      48. In dropdown on the right, choose your LD agent distribution task.
      49. Click Apply
      50. Highlight “System Configuration”
      51. Click Add




      52. Name it „reboot‟ – action type reboot/shutdown, click OK
      53. In the dropdown, reboot should be selected




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      54. Click Apply
      55. Highlight “System Configuration”
      56. You should now have six entries under System configuration




      57. Click OK




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Creating a Master Install Template
      1. Go to the Operating system deployment tab
      2. Click on the “New template” button




      3. The following will open




      4. Name the template “xxxx XP Image Join Domain and Install LD”
      5. Boot environment = Windows PE
      6. Target OS = Windows XP Pro




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      7. Click OK
      8. Right click the “xxxx XP Image Join Domain and Install LD” template
      9. Select Edit




      10. Highlight Include




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      11. Click the Include button




      12. The following will open




      13. Expand the My Templates and All my Templates
      14. Highlight the xxxx WinXP deploy template




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      15. Click OK
      16. Highlight Include




      17. Click the Include button




      18. The following will open




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      19. Expand the My Templates and All my Templates
      20. Highlight the xxxx Join Domain template




      21. Click OK




      22. Click OK




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Note
       The computer that you want to image must be set to PXE boot as the first option, or you
       need to manually go to the computer and start the PXE boot.
       In the Win PE menu, choose Win PE provisioning, log in with your AD credentials, and
       then you can browse your templates and pull one down!
       Right click your desired template, choose to schedule it, then target desired machines to
       push the image. A reboot may be necessary and user interaction if the machine is not set
       to PXE boot as the first device.


Deploying your PXE Representative(s)
       What is a PXE representative?
              PXE stands for Pre-boot eXecution Environment. It allows you to manipulate a
              computer‟s hardware and software before you boot into windows and it locks
              files. For our purposes, we will be using Windows PE version 2.0 (vista.)
       To boot into PXE from the network, you have to have a computer acting as a PXE
representative somewhere on your network, or in each VLAN if you employ vlans. If you have
computers that are not compatible, a boot CD or USB disk can be made.


To deploy a PXE rep:
In the OSD section, go to „All Other Scripts” under the “OS images” tree view.
       Option 1: Use NON-password protected boot menu (requires less interaction)
              Right click the „PXE Representative Deployment” script and select „Schedule‟
              Target machine(s) in the scheduler and start the task.


       Option 2: Use Password Protected boot menu (more secure)
              Click the „build secure PXE deployment script




              Name the script: XXXX Secure PXE Deployment
              Enter and confirm your password
              Click OK. Right click your new script and select „Schedule‟
              Target machines and start the task.




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