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HP Device Manager not deploying images after disabling SMB1 on Thin Clients

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After manually disabling SMB1 protocols on some Thin Clients using registry changes I  am no longer able to deploy images to them.

 

I have upgraded to HPDM 5 as I thought that would support SMB2 but I am still having deployment issues.

 

Devices with SMB1 still enabled are fine.

 

I am getting the ErrorCode: 1068032

 

It seems to be ignoring SMB and trying FTP. Please note that I currently do not have FTP setup as a protocol, only HTTPS and SMB2 on the server side.

 

I would appreciate any advice you could offer. Thank you. DH.

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Hi DH, 

if you are on Windows thin clients, SMB is required to deploy an image by Windows.  If you have enough free space on storage you can try cached imaging which allows the thin clients to download the whole image with any protocol and then write to the flash.  

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Hi there, 

 

Thanks for your reply. We had to turn off SMB1 due to security concerns but I have now managed to get around the issue by setting up S/FTP as a communication protocol.

 

 

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