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6. Depending on how you want to configure the USB key, complete one of the following:
Copy - Select the Configure a single USB key to Copy or Update firmware
option, click Next, and then complete the procedures in "Configuring to Copy a
Firmware Image."
Update - Select the Configure a single USB key to Copy or Update firmware
option, click Next, and then complete the procedures in "Configuring to Update a
Firmware Image."
Replicate - Select the Replicate an already configured USB key containing
firmware to another USB key(s) option, click Next, and then complete the
procedures in "Configuring to Replicate a Configured USB Key."
Configuring to Copy a Firmware Image
After completing the steps in "Using the USB Firmware Tool," complete the following to
configure the USB key to copy firmware from a supported thin client:
Note
Supported thin clients include those listed in "Supported Devices."
Support for Non-PXE images - In the case of a copy configuration, the USB
key is configured to support PXE as well as Non-PXE images.
Figure 3 Copy firmware options
1. Select the OS option you want and select Copy Firmware.
2. Select as many of the following contents options that you want:
OS Image - Configures the USB key to copy only the OS image
BIOS - Configures the USB key to copy only the BIOS image
CMOS - Configures the USB key to copy only the CMOS image
3. Click Next to open the browse dialog box.
4. Click Next to open the prepare USB dialog box.
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