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  1. Hi all, A while ago we had to shut down WDS on all of our DP's due to a task being sent out to the wrong machines. When we started WDS up again, one of our DP's would not start the WDS service. I ended up removing the role and content from the DP and the DP's site server from SCCM and starting from scratch. Now when I try to OSD a machine in that building it fails with the following error: Windows Boot Manager Windows failed to start. <bla bla bla> File: \Boot\BCD Status 0xc000000f Info: An error occurred while attemptint to read the boot configuration data. If I take the machine to another building, it images fine. Imaging also worked fine before restarting WDS. When I look at the SMSPXE.log of the DP during a netboot, I see the following (I have attached the full log as well): [010.013.010.001:4011] Recv From:[010.013.130.191:68] Len:283 1635e70 MAC=08:2E:5F:22:7D:F1 SMBIOS GUID=97035800-4440-11E1-0000-082E5F227DF1 > Received DHCP Request Set media certificate in transport Set authenticator in transport Set authenticator in transport failed to receive response with winhttp; 80072ee2 Failed to get information for MP: http://CM.mydomain.com. 80072ee2. PXE::DB_InitializeTransport failed; 0x80004005 PXE::DB_LookupDevice failed; 0x80004005 Set media certificate in transport Set authenticator in transport Set authenticator in transport failed to receive response with winhttp; 80072ee2 Will retry in 5 second(s) Retrying... failed to receive response with winhttp; 80072ee2 <snip> End of retries failed to send the request Failed to send status message (80072ee2) Failed to send the status message PXE::DB_ReportStatus failed; 0x80072ee2 PXE Provider failed to process message. Unspecified error (Error: 80004005; Source: Windows) failed to receive response with winhttp; 80072efe End of retries failed to send the request PXE::DB_LookupDevice failed; 0x80072efe Also possibly related but when I check the content library with ContentLibraryExplorer.exe all of the regular content checks out except for MSC00001 and MSC00002 (The configuration manager client package) which show as "(PENDING)" Thanks in advance for any help you can give! Edit: This is SCCM2012, no SP1, no R2. SMSPXE-error.log
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