Dell devices with TPM at the 2.0 level will not build on legacy BIOS systems.
A solution around this is to downgrade the TPM to 1.2 level.
This can be done using the Dell provided TPM firmware update utility.
Have a look here for the details: http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/11850.how-to-change-tpm-modes-1-2-2-0
During your OSD Task Sequence you may want to determine whether the machine is a laptop or not, install software to a specific machine name format, or install drivers to only specific models of laptops. For this you can use the WMI Query Condition within the Tasks of your Task Sequence. A great tool to look up what can be queried from of WMI is WMICodeCreator and is provided by Microsoft.
Laptop Hardware: Select * FROM Win32_Battery WHERE Chemistry > 3
Computer Model: Select * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Model like ‘%latitude%5400%’
Computer Name: Select * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Name like ‘CH%’ or Name like ‘AR%’
Setting up PXE boot on a Samsung Slate:
- Power on the Slate using the Power Button then press the Home Button (with Windows logo) once.
- Wait for the boot options menu.
- Go down with the Volume Down button to the last option Enter Setup.
- Go to the Boot tab. (To navigate left and right can be done with the Volume Buttons while holding the Rotation Lock Button.)
- Enable PXE OPROM.
- Go to the Exit tab and select Save Changes and Reset.
- The device will reboot, then hit the Home Button again.
- Now you can PXE boot from the network.