So, does Microsoft include all of the drivers you need? Well, again, not really.
Oh, you’ve noticed? We’re blushing.
For those of you that didn’t catch it, our website got a little facelift complete overhaul this past week. In addition to a fresh look and the marriage of the once-separate Big Bang and UIU sites, our new slice of cyber real estate includes improved functionality and brand-new features (with more to come!)
In addition to our new desktop site, we’ve added both tablet and mobile versions, so you can browse easily from the device of your choice.
Whether you are using the UIU Classic (better known as the UIU 4.x to you lifers out there), the new UIU 5, or one of the UIU plug-ins for SCCM or MDT, you’ll find it all here.
Speed up your support experience with the improved UIU Support request form. Submit the form for your next technical support issue, and a ticket will be automatically generated and sent to our technical support team. You’ll receive an email notification that your case has been received and also get a reference number to include in future emails for speedy handling. Also, please remember to attach any applicable UIU log and setupapi files for faster resolution of your issue.
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In the case where you are forced to bid out an order of PCs, be a specific as possible with respect to your ACTUAL requirements. If you're not specific enough, you may get stuck with a lower, sub-standard set of machines! For example, specify USB 3.0 (if desired/required) as opposed to simply USB. Otherwise you may be forced to buy machines with USB 2.0 ports when the competing bid comes in less expensive.
For Example: \\Server. Domain.com\Repository
This is a Folder on the Server and is shared with the name Repository.
Add the Above Active Directory Domain Service Account to the Security of the Repository Share with Read and Write Rights.
Founded in 2001, Big Bang is a software development and training company located in Milwaukee, WI. Our many years of training IT professionals to use Symantec Ghost led to the development of our flagship software application—the Universal Imaging Utility.
Since its release in 2004, our customers have used the UIU to deploy Windows operating systems to millions of PCs throughout the world.
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