These are both references I have used. I tried copying the examples exactly and it still did not work. I also have tried modifying the template .ini file that came with the CWUA. The Firmware has not updated and the LEAP save password option has always been available.
Here is a clip of the .ini file I am using:
Folder Name = Cisco Systems, Inc. ; folder for applications
Program Location = C:\Program Files\Cisco Aironet\Aironet Client Utility
Even if I just include the name of the firmware file, the autoinstaller says the firmware could not be found in the temp directory where everything else is extracted to during the install.
I don't get this! Why wouldn't the file be available? As long as the firmware.img file is in the folder with the CWUA.exe, shouldn't that be sufficient?
If you specify an absolute path to the firmware on that local drive, it would have to be constant for each and every customer. How do you propose this happens? The firmware should be packaged up with the rest of the files and available in the temp directory when the script is running. In addition, it doesn't make sense to make the path a network share, because the client card has no IP prior to the ACU install and reboot.
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Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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