I've got a situation where I successfully created and rolled out a RIPREP image to several dozen desktop HP computers (XP Pro SP2). I then had to add another image to my RIS server, to create images for a bunch of Dells (different HAL). In order to get this to work properly I ended up having to add a new risetup image (flat OS image) to the server from a retail XP Pro disc. It wouldn't work with my original HP flat OS image or the Dell OEM media.
And in both the above cases I had to slipstream NIC drivers into the images for deployment.
My problem is this.... since I added the new RISETUP image to the server, my HP RIPREP image is broken - it won't deploy at all, and I've got a bunch more HP clients that need deploying.
I know that when you add a new RISETUP image to the RIS server, it gets set as 'default' . I think the main cause of the problem is that the new risetup image has slipstreamed drivers that work for the Dell, but cause a BSOD during the HP RIS client install.. after the CIW (both systems have broadcom gigabit NICs, but different models).
So I still have the original HP flat image on the server, how do I tell the server to use that flat image for the HP RIPREP deployments, and the new flat image for the Dell deployments?