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HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

 
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HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

How can I either import or create an RDP script to deploy Windows 2008 R2 from HP/Altiris RDP 3.83? I cannot find a 2008R2 supplement for 3.83.
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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

I need it too ;)
I think the problem is the unattend.xml file
thanks
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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

support added in RDP 6.0
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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

Rapid deployment software, not Remote desktop protocol. I tried copying xml file, changed osname in xml file for IBM deploy and that worked fine, gonna try HP deploy soon.
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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

I know it's Rapid Deploy
You can deploy windows 2008 R2 with HP Rapid Deployment 6.0

You can find notes here:
http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/rdp/knowledgebase/20000040.html

and download a demo here:
https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/try.do?productNumber=HP-RDP

bye
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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

Yes RDP 6.0 is the way to go. I think you could do it in 3.83 anyways providied you add PSP 8.30 version drivers to the WinPE automation environment

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Re: HP RDP 3.83 deploy Windows 2008 R2 - Need to create install script

The jobs lauched with HP RDP 6.0 can also be imported into HP RDP 3.83.
Just download HP RDP 6.0 and start the setup on your client. you can find all extracted files in your %temp% Folder \hpfeatures.
I just did it and Windows 2008 R2 rollout works fine (except Altiris Dagent with some workaround in aclient.inp).