Select the First Boot Device option and press Enter.
Press F10 to save your configuration.
Press Enter to save and exit.
Altiris Deployment Server Console Actions
Double-click the Deployment Server Console icon from the desktop to open the Deployment Server Console.
Right-click the lower left window and select New Job.
In the empty field, type Image Deployment and press Enter.
From the upper right window, click Add.
From the drop-down menu, select Run Script.
From the Run this Script window, type the following command: rdeployt -md -raw -f.\images \test.img
NOTE: test.img is used for this example. You may select any name for the .img file.
Select the DOS radio button from In which OS would you like to run this script?
To deploy an image, you can drag and drop this job to any HP Compaq Linux thin client.
How can a factory image be restored locally?
A factory image can be restored locally using USB drive key or USB CD-ROM. Instructions for this procedure are available on the HP Compaq Thin Client Linux Image SoftPaq.
Can you capture and deploy settings separately from an image?
Yes. HP has developed custom scripts for Altiris that capture system settings and defined HP Connection Administrator connections from a source HP Compaq Linux thin client system through the Altiris deployment console. You can then deploy these captured system settings and connections out to a target HP Compaq Linux thin client system through the Altiris deployment console. For more information, see the white paper entitled Altiris Manageability Scripts for HP Compaq Linux Thin Clients at http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/ support/SupportManual/c00448511/c00448511.pdf.
Are there other management methods available from HP to manage HP Linux thin clients?
Yes, you may update images using new HP FTP image update and DHCP image update for HP Linux thin clients. For more information, see the white paper entitled, FTP/DHCP Image Update for HP Linux Thin Clients available on the http://www.hp.com product support site.