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  1. I'm familiar with the C:\SmartDeploy\Logs folder, but there doesn't seem to be a log file with information about instances of the deployment process. Does such a thing exist? I have a SmartDeploy server set up in a satellite office, and walked a user through PXE boot and selecting an OS to deploy. Something goes wrong in the process, however, and I'm at a loss to troubleshoot without some sort of log file to let me know where in the process there's a problem. I suspect, in this case, that it was a network issue, so I rebooted the SD server and am trying again. It may work fine this time, but it would still be nice to have log files to show when and where an OS is deployed, and how each step in the process went.
  2. Here are some handy logs and locations to check out if you run into any deployment issues. You can always view the following logs in: C:\Windows\Debug - Deploy.log is created by SmartDeploy Enterprise and will show you deployment errors that may have occurred with SmartDeploy. - Netseteup.log will show any issues with the deployed machine joining the domain. If you are running windows 7, the windows setup logs are located in C:\Windows\Panther If you are having issues with drivers on your deployed machine, be sure to check out C:\Platform\Dism.txt. This log will show you what occurred during driver injection. Of course, if you run into any issues when using SmartDeploy Enterprise, we'll be glad to help!
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