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KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 9.1 Common Documents - Release Notes

Quest® KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance 9.1 Release Notes

Quest® KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance 9.1 Release Notes

This release notes document provides information about the Quest KACE Systems Deployment Appliance version 9.1.

About this release

About this release

The KACE Systems Deployment Appliance provides a network-centric solution for capturing and deploying images. The KACE Systems Deployment Appliance provides a seamless cross-platform imaging solution from a single Administrator Console enabling you to provision Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® OS X®, as well as Red Hat, CentOS and Ubuntu Linux platforms. You can deploy the configuration files, user states, and applications as an image to a single device or to multiple devices simultaneously.

The appliance provides the tools necessary to automate deployments in both homogeneous and heterogeneous hardware environments, and provides reliability of large-scale image deployments with multicast and task engine capabilities. The built-in driver feed allows for downloads of Dell, HP, and Lenovo drivers for business class model machines, while drivers from other manufacturers can be added manually with ease. You can also integrate the KACE Systems Deployment Appliance with the KACE Systems Management Appliance to image devices in the KACE Systems Management Appliance inventory. The KACE Systems Deployment Appliance is available as a virtual appliance.

The KACE Systems Deployment Appliance version 9.1 is a minor release of the product which offers new features, enhancements, and resolved issues.

New features and enhancements

New features and enhancements

The following new features and enhancements are included in this release:

Table 1. New features and enhancements


Issue ID

Implemented Two-Factor Authentication.


Improved multicast deployments, now approximately 50% faster.


Default notifications now use the updated KACE Image Prep name. Notifications can be updated by reverting to default or manually if the default has been customized.


Scripted Install Wizard has specific check boxes selected by default for most used options.


Updated KBE footer to indicate if secure boot is enabled.


Added permission repair to netdiag menu.


Resolved issues

Resolved issues

The following is a list of issues resolved in this release.

Table 2. Resolved Issues

Resolved issue

Issue ID

Updated drivers that have an alias no longer have looping directories.


Driver list page was not displaying Windows 10 21H2 correctly.


Driver injection works properly on a virtual device using PE 11.


Better handling of Media Manager local driver directory.


Only the boot environment being imported has its IP address and Samba share password updated.


USB KBE readme.txt file is now formatted properly for basic text editors.


A folder can now be deleted from the clientdrop share through File System Manager.


WIM images are imported 75% faster and those over 15Gb import properly from clientdrop.


VMware virtual machines with multiple vCPUs (virtual central processing units) could not PXE-boot to a legacy iPXE.

For more information, read the following KB article:


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