Just FYI for those who are trying to install 1040 sensors with Operations Manager/Service monitor. The base image on the 1040 sensors have a image name ending with AA2_24.img. If you try to get these registered to Service monitor, it does not work right out of the box.
These sensors do not pick up the TFTP server's IP address via option 150 if the IP address of TFTP server has a 32 or 92 in its octets. The only image that has this bug fixes is the one ending AA2_37.img. I have attached the image in case any body needs immediate access to it.
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