Autologon settings lost after imaging T5730 & HPDM (1885 Views)
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lincoln spencer
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Registered: ‎04-16-2007
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Autologon settings lost after imaging T5730 & HPDM

Hello

 

I have been messing with the new 810 image for our T5730s.  I use HPDM 4.1 to clone the image and send it to other T5730s.  Even though I set the autologon settings to log the user in automatically, this setting is not retained after the image is installed and it does not appear that HPDM has a "setting" to modify it in a job.

 

Having to sign in to every thin client is not desirable to fix this setting, does anyone have any work arounds?

 

Thanks in advance.

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RobertMayer
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Re: Autologon settings lost after imaging T5730 & HPDM

This is fixed with the latest HP DM 4.2 Version:
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=12...
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lincoln spencer
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Re: Autologon settings lost after imaging T5730 & HPDM

Thank you for your response.  OK, so I did a clean install (upgrades would keep losing all templates and such), took a fresh image from the thin client, and the problem is still present.  It will not apply the autologon settings.  Any other ideas?

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RobertMayer
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Re: Autologon settings lost after imaging T5730 & HPDM

Have you updated the HP DM Agent to 4.2 before pulling the Image?
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