KACE Product Support Question
Kace 2000 and Dell XPS13
I am trying to build a DEll XPS 13 laptop with the K2000 system.
The laptop does not have an internal nic , so I am using a Trulink USB NIC.
I have got the driver for the nic (sys) and dropped it into the KBE boot environment.
Ive rechaced the drivers for this environment and recreated a new KBE boot environment,
I then created a boot USB using the options from the K2000
The USB boot find and loads up the Dell Kace splash screen , but fails over when it can't get an ip address.
In fact , I dont get anything for the ip address , just blank , which makes me think that it can't see the USB nic.
There are no active nic lights on the USB nic.
Is there away to see if the drive is loading witin the KBE ?
Has any one else built an XPS 13 via K2000 ?
Community Chosen Answer
This is a winpe environment, on the main menu open a command window (recovery, command prompt) and follow the info in the links I provided to test your nic and also you can manually load the drivers thru there to see if it works