Performing real-time migration from Deployment Server is slow and/or freezes
|Article:HOWTO2622|||||Created: 2006-03-03|||||Updated: 2007-10-24|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO2622|
When performing a real-time migration through a script that calls PCTWiz.exe from a server share, the migration is slow and sometimes freezes.
PC Transplant Solution
Running PCTWiz.exe from a file share.
There could be many causes of the issue. One known cause is the NIC drivers of the computers need to be updated, but there may be others.
- Ensure the NIC drivers for both computers are up to date. If that does not work then proceed to the next resolution.
- Copy the PCT files down to the client computer and run PCTWiz from there.
For example, if you are running this from a Deployment Server job, have the job perform the following tasks.
- Copy PCT files to client computer.
- Perform the migration.
- Delete PCT files from client.
In order to save a little bandwidth, not all the files in the PCT directory need to be copied down to the client. For a list of necessary files, see article 22873.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO2622