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KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 8.1 Common Documents - Administrator Guide

About the KACE Systems Deployment Appliance Getting started Using the Dashboard Configuring the appliance Setting up user accounts and user authentication Configuring security settings Preparing for deployment Managing device inventory Using labels Creating a Windows or Linux Boot Environment Managing drivers Capturing images Capturing user states Creating scripted installations Creating a task sequence Automating deployments Performing manual deployments Managing custom deployments Imaging Mac devices About the Remote Site Appliance Importing and exporting appliance components Managing disk space Troubleshooting appliance issues Updating appliance software Glossary About us Legal notices

View the manual deployments in progress

View the manual deployments in progress

You can view the list of manual deployments that are in progress and the details for a selected boot action for the deployment to verify which image was deployed to which device.

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On the left navigation pane, click Progress, then click Manual Deployments to display the Manual Deployment Progress page.
2.
Under Name, select the boot action for the deployment to display the Deployment Details page.
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In the Devices menu bar, click Details next to the device MAC address to view the progress of the tasks that are running for the deployment.

View the completed manual deployments

View the completed manual deployments

You can view the list of completed manual deployments and the details for a selected boot action to verify which image was deployed to which device.

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On the left navigation pane, click Audit Log to expand the section, then click Manual Deployments to display the Manual Deployment Log page.
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Under Name, select the boot action for the deployment to display the Deployment Details page.
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In the Devices menu bar, click Details next to the device MAC address to view the success or failure of the tasks there were run for the deployment.

Managing custom deployments

You can use custom Windows deployments to capture and run a collection of specific tasks that you want to apply to a user's system, instead of deploying a brand-new image to the system which requires deleting the contents of the target device.

For example, you can use a custom deployment template to bring in a user's system just to capture their profile using USMT (User State Migration Tool), and to migrate it to another system, before shutting down the original system. Another example for using custom deployments is to simply upgrade a system's OS, without applying a new image.

Create or modify a custom deployment

Create or modify a custom deployment

You can create or modify a custom Windows deployment to carry out one or more specific tasks on the target device.

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On the left navigation pane, click Deployments, then click Custom Deployments to display the Custom Deployments page.
On the Custom Deployments page, click a custom deployment name to display the Custom Deployment Detail page for the selected item.
On the Custom Deployments page, click Choose Action > New to create a new custom deployment.
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On the Custom Deployment Detail page, in the Custom Deployment Name field, type the name that you want to assign to this custom deployment.
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Click Architecture and select the target system architecture, as required.
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Optional. In the Notes field, type some additional information about this custom deployment.
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Click Task Error Handling and indicate how you want to handle errors that are encountered during task execution. You can either Continue on Errors or Prompt on errors, as required. For more information, see Set task error handling option.
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Under Deploy Options, select any of following options, as required:
Force continue on errors: Select this option if you want to continue the capture and the upload process even if warnings and fatal errors occur.
Shutdown target device after last task: Select if you want to turn off the target device when the image is installed.
Hide Deployment from KBE: Select this option if you want to hide the custom deployment from the KACE Boot Environment (KBE).
NOTE: Custom deployments marked as hidden from KBE do not appear in the Deployment drop-down list on the Automated Deployment Detail page when creating a boot action.
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