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scottie924

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  1. I guess I don't have boundaries set up correctly. I have some that must have been auto created, but they all have a 0 for a group count. they are set up as IP address ranges. I also created a new one by AD site and selected the one that I'd be in and still all system counts are 0. Any help would be appreciated with this.
  2. I have a device collection with all the systems in it that under the deployment tab, has the install deployments listed. But I can't seem to figure out how to get a system listed in the boundaries. Does a machine have to be added to the domain first or can I boot a new machine to the PXE and deploy windows?
  3. I was able to ping the FQDN of the SCCM server. My PXE settings were set correctly (matched the picture you posted. It looks like it's my boundaries. I have some that were set up automacically (by IP address range) but they all have a group count of 0. I think I missed something simple. This is my first attempt at setting up SCCM, so I might have missed something simple.
  4. It fails instantly after I type in the password. Then when I press f8, I can ping the server that just fine. Do I have to set up some certificates or anything? I thought I read about that but didn't see anything about having to set them up.
  5. I'm trying a PXE boot. I get the error code 0x80004005. I have added the proper network drivers to both boot images. I have saptured the smsts.log. I think the issues is valid certificates, but I dont' see any guides for adding them. Any help would be great. Thanks, smsts.log
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