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RE: Slow deployments to E7240 from OSD

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Hi Dustin,

Thanks I will test this and let you know.

Do you also know how to solve the issue when using UEFI ? By using creating a GPT disk in task sequence ?

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Deploying in the LEGACY mode works fine....so that one is solved.

But then o really want to know how to deploy uding UEFI..that should be possible as well...not ?

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For UEFI Support you have to build your Boot Media using the console directly to USB.  You can't (currently) copy a Boot ISO to USB and have it work (some UEFI boot files are missing).

The default Task Sequence (or the MDT Task Sequences) should already have built-in Format and Partition Disk steps to handle UEFI scenarios.  There is a BUG in MDT Task Sequences where the variable OSDisk isn't specified in the UEFI step.  See this blog http://www.deploymentresearch.com/Research/tabid/62/EntryId/76/Uber-tips-for-the-MDT-2012-Update-1-T...

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Hi I had same problem. (13 h) My issue is: using  the power supplies that came with the Latitude. I used 90W PS when I change it on 130W PS then I instaled OS by 15min. :emotion-1::emotion-21::emotion-22::emotion-49::emotion-59:

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