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Trying to "put an imaging on this ws on next boot" - not working

Trying to "put an imaging on this ws on next boot" - not working

Trying to "put an imaging on this ws on next boot" - not working

We are in the process of imaging this summer and have successfully been using this procedure for several of our other sites but I have 2 locations/servers that seem to be having the same issue...one school is running Network 6.5 sp8; ZDM; the other running SUSE Linux 10 with same ZDM vs. We are flagging the ws object to "Put an image on this workstation on next boot" in ConsoleOne. None of the workstations are recognizing this flag.

Checked ws registration...that looks good.
We are able to PXE image by using CTL+ALT.
Compared several configuration files to other working servers.

I have looked through other posts and still not finding a solution.  Has anyone ever had this happen to them before?  What am I missing?


RE: Trying to "put an imaging on this ws on next boot" - not working

OK...We've figured it out.  These 2 servers happened to be servers that we had migrated to new hardware; something must have happened during that process to break this.  To fix the problem, we went to the eDirectory server object in C1, "Other" tab and added the zenimgImagingService Attribute, browsing to the ZIS object in eDirectory.  

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