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20 Chapter 6
2. Click Next to open the Select an Option dialog box.
Figure 12 Configuration options
3. Select the Replicate an already configured USB key containing firmware to
another USB key(s) option, and then click Next to open the Select Source USB Key
dialog box.
Figure 13 Select Source USB Key
4. Select the source USB key (this is the configured USB key currently ready to push
firmware) that you want to replicate (you can use Refresh as needed to recognize an
inserted USB key), and then click Next. The progress bars show the overall progress
and task progress.
5. After the replicate process is complete, the source USB key is ejected and the Select
target USB drive dialog box opens.
6. Remove any attached USB key, insert the target USB key (this is the new USB key to
which you want the source USB key contents replicated/duplicated), select the target
USB key (you can use Refresh as needed to recognize an inserted USB key), and
then click Replicate. The progress bars show the overall (formatting and duplication)
progress and task progress.
7. After replication, you can repeat step 6 to create as many duplicates (configured USB
keys that are ready to push firmware) as required, or click Finish to close the wizard.
Tip
After creating the duplicates you need, you can use them on target devices to
push firmware (for example, see "STEP 3: Use the Configured USB Key to
Push the Firmware onto a Target Device").
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