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  1. Hi everyone, I am currently trying to use WDS on Windows Server 2012 r2. I also have the MDT 2012 and Windows ADK 8.1 installed. I am however, just trying to get WDS barebone working at the moment. I have had WDS working as a standalone but when I moved it to be integrated with Active Directory I have run into issues. The WDS server is on it's own VM and the DHCP/DNS/AD DS are all on another VM. I have set up a VLAN test environment with the two servers and multiple clients all on the same subnet and blocked off from our production environment. There is a screenshot of my client booting from PXE attached here. It downloads the wdsnbp.com from the correct IP. I have tried prestaging in AD with no results. If I add a computer and its GUID in AD, I can see it appear in the prestaged devices in WDS. I know all clients and servers are communicating with each other from looking through the logs. The Deployment-Services-Diagnostics log in EventViewer shows the correct client VM MAC address booting from PXE and downloading wdsnbp.com so I know it is connected to the server. My current WDS settings are: Respond to all client computers (Known and unknown) - with require administrative approval for unknown computers checked. Do not listen on DHCP ports unchecked, and configure DHCP options to indicate that this is also a PXE server unchecked. Allow Windows Deployment Services to dynamically discover valid domain servers Authorize this Windows Deployment Server in DHCP My current DHCP settings are: Option 66 configured to point to WDS server IP Option 67 configure to point to boot\x64\wdsnbp.com (I have tried x86 as well with the same results) I feel like I have tried everything and have run into a wall now. Since it worked as a standalone I believe it is likely to be something wrong with my AD setup. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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