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t5540 Storage Memory

Posted on 2010-09-01
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I have upgraded HP Device Manager to version 4.2.3610.9112 and find that i need to deploy an Agent Update to my t5540s in order for me to be able to deploy images to the correctly. However, the update agent task fails with error -1503 No More Disk Space. This can be resolved by increasing the storage memory in Control Panel/System but I have around 200 of these devices so i need to be able to do this from Device Manager.

Does anyone know of a way to change this setting from Device Manager

Thanks

Allan
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I have managed to resolve this issue. I found a registry key which controls the available Storage memory on the t5540 and I can send a task to adjust it. The registry key is HKLM\SOFTWARE\HP\WBT\SystemMemoryDivision. If I increase this value and then reboot I am able to update the agent and deploy my image.
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