The majority of our area techs use PXE as well. And our folks rely on PXE
when imaging multiple machines at once. But for onesy-twosey, I like the USB
boot, it’s faster.  J


From: []
On Behalf Of Andreas Hammarskjöld
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 11:31 AM
Subject: [mssms] RE: Recommended USB Flash Drives for OSD


I meet a lot of USB deployers in my field, naturally, since we sell PXE
software. The common view is that it’s a royal mess.


So go with any ol’ PXE instead! Will save you a ton of headaches and less
frustrated deployment techies.




From: <>
[] On Behalf Of Murray, Mike
Sent: den 17 oktober 2016 13:19
To: <> 
Subject: [mssms] RE: Recommended USB Flash Drives for OSD


Honestly we have a mixed bag of USB keys and they all work fine. Are you
talking about standalone imaging or just putting the boot image on it?
Either way, we use a wide variety.


From: <>
[] On Behalf Of Chris Carbone
Sent: Monday, October 17, 2016 9:16 AM
To: '' <
<> >
Subject: [mssms] Recommended USB Flash Drives for OSD


Hello All,


I would like to entertain the idea again of using USB for imaging. In the
past we were using the Kingston Traveler USB 3.0 drives and I recently read
that these are known to have issues with imaging. I did not know this and
always wondered why imaging would sometimes flake out for us. 


Does anyone use USB 2.0 drives that you have used for a while that are
consistently working with OSD?








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