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  1. Just started having an issue when attempting to PXE into configmgr console for OSD. My machines will pxe to server, load boot image, load WinPE, prepare windows, load nic adapter, hang at 2012 SCCM splash scrren for about 20 seconds, then reboot. Would anybody happen to have a resolution to this issues we are seeing? I have redistibuted/updated distribution points in terms of content including boot images. This just started since i've moved and isolated this pxe service point to a new vlan. Thanks
  2. 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.
  3. Hello all, I am getting the "ProxyDHCP service did not reply to request on port 4011" error. This is only on certain models, while they are on certain VLANs in our environment. I've checked and the routes are the same on these VLANs as they are at some of our other sites. I have also made sure that DHCP is setup the same for those VLANs as it is everywhere else in our environment. While looking around, I've found articles that said to make sure both boot images are on the distribution point, and they are. I have been fighting with this for about two weeks and don't know what else to do. The SMSPXE log doesn't show that anything is wrong. It shows the same for machines that I can actually PXE boot. Any help is appreciated!
  4. Hey guys- I am pretty new to SCCM, but I setup a SCCM 2012 SP1 CU4 server. I am using it for Endpoint Protection and Windows Updates. I have been reading on how to use PXE and have followed several guides to get this working. Right now my workstation will successfully boot using PXE. My problem is that the machine reboots immediately after "Preparing Network Connections." I do get an IP address when I push F8 so it's not a network driver issue. I am attaching my smsts.log file. There are 4 error lines in red, but I cannot figure out how to fix this. Coult not create WMI locator class (80040154) Failed to connect to WMI namespace \\.\ROOT\CIMV2 (Code 0x80040154) RegOpenKeyExW failed for Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence GetTsRegValue() failed. 0x80070002. Any help would be great! Thanks smsts.log
  5. I have searched all though these formus, Technet, and any place Google will send me. Any assistance would be appreciated. I'm setting up a new distribution point ("newDP") with dedicated hardware to be used for OSD. The DP is setup, but clients continue to hit the IP of the original DP, despite PXE being disabled on the Orig, but enabled on the New DP. Error Windows Boot Manager (Server IP: "origDP") File: \Boot\BCD Status: 0xc0000098 Info: The Windows Boot Configuration Data file does not contain a valid OS Entry Note that the error indicates the IP of origDP, which is NOT enabled for PXE. The boot files are indeed present (on both DPs).... the problem is wrong IP/server. We do not need or use DHCP option 66 because client and server on same network segment. The SCCM server simply replies directly to broadcast request for PXE server. Troubleshooting Verified DHCP Option 66 isn't responding with the OrigDP address Ensured Restarted WDS service on orig and newDP. Also restarted servers. Ensured boot images (and pxeboot.com) files were present on newDP Erased hard drive of a client device in case somehow using a cached IP from the hard drive (note: it is all clients, though) Ensured PXE is enabled on general tab of newDP, boot images, and Task Sequence Additional detail If I shut down origDP entirely (instead of just disabling PXE), the error changes to TFTP timeout. The SMSPXE.log file on newDP is not updated. It's not updated on origDP either (when PXE/WDS is disabled) I cannot imagine why the IP in the error is for a server not even configured to respond to PXE requests. It's been vexing me for a week and my management is becoming impatient. Any help is GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!
  6. Hello there! First i would like to thank you for the help I already got from you guys, even before i posted anything on here. This forum is great! I got a lot of useful information just from reading topics over here. But i'm still struggling... My objective is to get a WDS-server up and running so we can stop using our ghost server for reimaging our clients. I have encountered a number of problems of which I was able to resolve most by searching the web (for example that the client doesn't get an ip-address before trying to PXE-boot). But now I get following messages and I have no clue what to do. PXE-T04: Access Violation PXE-E36: Error Received from TFTP Server PXE-M-F Exiting PXE Rom Everything i find online suggests it is because my server and client are on different subnets or vlans and that it could be resolved by setting up ip helpers on the router. The problem is that my server and client are on the same subnet, I have no vlans configured as far as I know and they are directly connected to the same switch. So this means that normally when one of them broadcasts something it gets forwarded to all the others and it doesn't need interaction with the router. My setup is as follows: I have installed WDS on a seperate server (windows server 2012), so it isn't authorized in DHCP. I added options 66,67 and 60 to the DHCP-server with their required parameters (option 66 points to the ip-address of the WDS-server, option 67 points to the wdsnbp.com file). I also opened up the ports needed on the WDS-server (UDP 67-69, 4011, 50000-65000 and TCP 135, 137-139, 5040). I hope someone can help me out with this. If you need more information of a specific part, I'll try to provide it.
  7. I have to apologize for the length of the post right up front. I am having an issue with PXE boot while using SCCM 2012 R2. The issue is only with 64-Bit machines using UEFI. All others are working correctly. This is running in a test lab so it's a pretty simple setup at this time. I have two boot images (x86 and x64), both are distributed to the DP's and Unknown Computer support is enabled. I have two Task Sequences that I am testing. One is a Windows 7 x86 sequence - using the x86 Boot Image.The other is a Windows 8.1 sequence - using the x64 Boot Image. No applications or anything special in the task sequence, just standard OS installation. I was initially deploying both the x86 and x64 task sequences to the "All Unknown Computers" group. However, this caused issues as SCCM was selecting the initial PXE boot image based upon the last deployment. Therefore it would not always boot the correct architecture. I know I can boot the x86 image and deploy a 64 Bit OS. However, UEFI breaks all of this. When you attempt to PXE boot in UEFI mode, the architecture of the boot image must match the architecture of the machine. I have a mixture of x86 (Latitude 10 tablets) as well as newer x64 UEFI machines. There are also both x86 and x64 non UEFI capable machines. So I need to be able to support Non-UEFI as well as UEFI PXE booting for both the x86 and x64 architectures. To get around the issue with publishing multiple task sequences to Unknown computers, I have created two Collections to try to separate the x86 Unknown Computers and x64 computers. The collections each contain 1 member, the "x64 Unknown Computer" and "x86 Unknown Computer", respectively. I then modified the Windows 7 x86 task sequence to deploy to the "Unknown x86 Computers" collection. I also modified the Windows 8.1 task sequence to use the "Unknown x64 Computers" collection. I can now successfully boot an x86 NON-UEFI machine, an x64 NON-UEFI machine, as well as a UEFI x86 machine. They all pick up the correct boot image and run the task sequence just fine. The issue I am having is specifically with the UEFI 64-Bit machines. They PXE boot just fine, however when they do, they boot from the x86 Boot Image. Of course this doesn't work because of the UEFI mode. I get the following error: I have attached the SMSPXE.log file in case this helps. Now, here is the interesting part..... If I import the UEFI 64 Bit test machine via either the MAC address or GUID and add this to a collection and then deploy the Windows 8.1 Task Sequence to this collection, the machine boots the correct x64 Boot Image and runs the task sequence just fine. Anyone have any ideas how I can specifically target UEFI 64-Bit machines through a collection? -Chris SMSPXE.log
  8. Hi There, I am in the middle of a OS refresh of our estate (XP to Windows 7) and many of the sites are running 20+ machines on slow links (20mb or less) and the OS refresh must be ran outside of hours We have a very tight timescale for the OS refresh so i would like to create a protected distribution point that can be taken to these slow sides and run upgrades locally rather than pulling down the wim 20+times over a slow link. Unfortunately i only have desktop PC's i5 4GB memory at the moment to use for the DP's and plan on once the OS refresh is completed at a site, remove this DP and take it to the next site. I would like to know if i can just use Windows 7 and set this as a protected branch distribution point or if i would be best to install Server 2008 and set it up as a full DP with PXE support? The important aspect is being able to move the protected DP between sites (reassigning the protected boundary each time) SCCM 2007 SP2 R3, 1 primary site server, no secondary sites and a couple of main DP's in main sites. Thanks
  9. I started to get a TFTP time out error imaging PCs here is the log from the server below. Could someone give me some pointers on what to look for? I have removed the PXE from Dist point and rebooted and reinstalled PXE on the dist point. I have checked and recreated a new boot image and check the box to distrubute the boot image. and nothing. I checked my DHCP for option settings are all correct. 066 Boot Server Host Name Standard 067 Bootfile Name Standard SMSBoot\x86\wdsnbp.com SMSPXE.log Start: Client boot action reply: <ClientIDReply><Identification Unknown="0" ItemKey="16778090" ServerName="" ServerRemoteName=""><Machine><ClientID>GUID:869c7a8b-de66-48e9-8c92-a1fb7b6349be</ClientID><NetbiosName/></Machine></Identification><PXEBootAction LastPXEAdvertisementID="" LastPXEAdvertisementTime="" OfferID="XLA20033" OfferIDTime="11/20/2013 3:38:00 PM" PkgID="XLA00036" PackageVersion="" PackagePath="http://HX-SCCM01.XXXX.com/SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/FLA0007D" BootImageID="XLA0007D" Mandatory="0"/></ClientIDReply> SMSPXE 12/11/2013 8:52:21 AM 3060 (0x0BF4) B8:AC:6F:71:86:5B, 4C4C4544-0035-5910-8046-C2C04F524E31: found optional advertisement XLA20033 SMSPXE 12/11/2013 8:52:21 AM 3060 (0x0BF4) End of log. Then the system gets a TFTP PXE-E32 timeout
  10. Alright, I've been having an insane amount of trouble with SCCM for the last few weeks. I am hoping someone can help me. I have combed these message boards and tried so many fixes, but no go. Setup: SCCM 2012 SP1 Server - DHCP Server - On 172.x.x.x network DHCP Options: 66: 67: Tried both smsboot\x86\wdsnbp.com and boot\x86\wdsnbp.com (not sure which to use. Many conflicting posts about them. Also, case sensitive?) When I used to F12, I would get Boot File Not Found. That was before I added the DHCP Options. NOW, however, I get: DHCP.. TFTP. PXE-M0F - Exiting Intel Boot Agent Quite instant after it receives the IP. Now, I have ensured the Files are within both the SMSBoot and Boot folders. Plenty of them. 7 in the SMSBoot and 10 in the boot. I have tried uninstalling WDS. I haven't manually configured anything WDS. I let SCCM do everything. When I try PXE-booting with the laptop, NOTHING is added to the SMSPXE log. NOTHING is added to the DISTMGR log. Everything is added to the C: to avoid any storage-related problems. After restarting WDS service, there is no red in either logs. Please, somebody, save me from the demon. My brain is mush.
  11. I've been beating my head against a wall trying to figure this out with no success, hoping someone can shed some light. Environment: Server 2012 Standard, x64 (Running on Hyper-V 2012) SQL 2008 R2 SCCM 2012 R2 Recent tasks (in this order) Installed, tested, and uninstalled UIUSD (Universal Imaging Utility) trial, no problems with install or uninstall. I installed CU3 update to SCCM 2012 SP1 I uninstalled ADK 8.0 I installed ADK 8.1 I installed SCCM 2012 R2 Ran windows and microsoft updates I did the upgrade to 2012 R2 to start testing some windows 8.1 deployments. In the midst of trying to get 8.1 deployments working I rebooted the server. Now the Windows Deployment Services Server service won't start. (See attached results from SMSPXE.log) When the service is trying to start, as soon as it hits that last line (Loaded D:\Windows Kits\8.1\Assessment...wimgapi.dll) I get Error: 1067 The process terminated unexpectedly. Windows Application Event Log shows Event 1000: Application Error, Faulting application name: svchost.exe_WDSServer, version: 6.2.9200.16420. Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version 6.2.9200.16579 Things I have tried doing to fix the problem: Remove boot files from D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages Re-distribute boot images from SCCM Remove all modules and drivers from boot images, and re-distribute Remove PXE role from DP, delete RemoteInstall folder, reboot, add pxe role, reboot. Nothing I've tried has worked. I've exhausted my google searching abilities. If anyone has suggestions of something to try I would appreciate it. Thanks
  12. I built a new secondary site server. It is running SCCM 2007 R3. I have checked and doubled checked that all perms are setup correctly and it has all the things it needs. IIS, BITS, remote diff compression, WebDav, R3. And the machine account has rights to the parent site DB and the machine account is a member of the needed AD groups to give it Admin rights on all required servers. In fact this secondary site is setup exactly like our other secondary sites (which all work) Each time I try to F12 a machine I get PXE-MOF Exiting Intel PXE ROM OS not found error. I've looked at the logs on the secondary site and they all say PXE is working properly. I looked in the System Status Messages and I see this over and over. The SMS PXE Service Point encountered an unknown device. Device MAC Address:00:50:56:A7:01:27 SMBIOS GUID:3EA72742-0A8C-D55A-2C66-BB20A72C145A. I've checked with our network team and they said everything is enabled on their end for DHCP to handle PXE requests. What am I missing or where else should I look?
  13. How to setup a IPV6 PXE server using windows server 2012 or windows server 2012R2? Any document about this?
  14. I'm trying to determine the minimum requirements for a DP in 2012 which I'd like to PXE enable. What OS? What Bitness? I THOUGHT I had read that 64 bit was required, but seem to find contradictory information. I don't want to spend my days banging my head against a brick wall if something isn't possible. More specifically I am looking to PXE enable the following two: 1) 2003R2 SP2 x86 2) 2008 Std SP1 Any specific advice as to how to make it WORK would be appreciated if they _ARE_ supported. Thanks.
  15. First and foremost thanks for the great site. Honestly couldn't have gotten started with SCCM without the site. With that said, I was able to get everything up and working fine for SCCM 2012 using the articles and forums. I decided to upgrade to SP1 to check out some of the new features and I have regretted it since. Basically I can't deploy via PXE since the upgrade. I always get the 80070002 error. I'm pretty sure it is a permissions issue but I'm baffled that an upgrade to SP1 would so drastically change permissions. I've looked far and wide for a solution and have gone as far as to set my domain admin account as the Network Access Account to see if that solved the issue. I'm able to do an install from media but it has to be a full media install. It would be great if this were something simple that I have overlooked. I have attached the latest smsts.log file. Any help or insight into what the problem is would be great. smsts.log
  16. I'm trying to get PXE setup in our environment and am having some issues. We are running 2012 SP1 CU2 with a single site. I've setup the DP for PXE and deployed an X64 and X86 boot image that are both enabled for PXE. When I try to PXE boot it gets an IP, says it downloaded WDSNBP from the DP, identifies the architecture as x64, shows the pending request ID and then a message says "Please wait. SMS is looking for Policy" Contacting Server: 172.X.X.X. It then says TFTP Download: smsboot\x64\abortpxe.com and it aborts the process. The computer I'm trying to boot is already in the database since it has been imaged before and has the client installed. It also has an OSD task sequence deployed to it. When I look in SMSPXE.log on my primary server there are no entries since I first tried to get this working several months ago and gave up. The DP I'm trying to boot from is on the same LAN as the machine I'm trying to boot so I do not have anything configured in DHCP nor do I have IPHelpers setup. I'm not sure where to go from here since there isn't anything in the SMSPXE.log? Thanks Paul
  17. I've been trying to create a custom UDIWizard_Config.xml to install my applications during my task sequence, but I haven't been able to get my Applications to show up when I go to Add Software to a group. I know my Configuration Manager settings are correct because my Site Settings are validated. I also have all my applications checked to "Allow this applications to be installed from the Install Application task sequence without being deployed". All my packages show up just fine. The issue is only with Applications. I'm on SCCM 2012 SP1, with MDT 2012 Update 1. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, Leo
  18. Should I cut my losses and rebuild all my libraries? Some Background: Over the past week I have been trying to redistribute and validate all packages, applications and OSDs to our SCCM server. The reason for this is that one of the hdd for the server was relocated from one virtual datastore to another. Unfortunately we discovered after the fact that SCCM could no longer validate the hash of any of the packages - each and everyone was listed as unavailable. I set about redistributing them and validating them, but now I am faced with the situation that the process to validate\redistribute is hanging and not completing the job. Looking at the resource logs for the server I can see it is accessing the hdd at a high rate, but within tolerable limits. And aside from that, no other server resource is been unduly stressed or used. But at the same time, no packages, images, OSDs are getting validated or distributed. They all display "in progress". And have done so for several days now. And now for the complication that is the CU1 KB2817245 hotfix - this was unfortunately applied yesterday and we are unsure if it is the cause of the PXE not been able to distribute OSD TS or if that issue is tied to the "in progress" waiting. Leading me to either think I should cut my losses and to save time rebuild my entire catalogue. Or should I try and troubleshoot it some more...but then where should I start? Organisation info: We are a school with a single SCCM 2012 server in an 2008 R2 environment. All clients are managed with ConfigMngr. We make exclusive use of Windows 7 in a 40/60 split between x64 and x32 versions. Any info\help is appreciated.
  19. Hello, I have a ~8 mb bootable iso that contains the Dell diagnostics tools for laptops. Is it possible to somehow use this iso to boot into the diagnostic tool from PXE using SCCM 2007?
  20. Were are using SCCM 2012. Our school district has over 4000 computers we reimage every summer. Our collections are setup per building and computer type. One major issue we have with SCCM is reimaging laptop computers after they have had a OSD successfully completed. We feel part of the reason laptop computers give us such grief is when you look at the properties of the laptops data record, it shows the wireless MAC address not the wired which you need for PXE. We start to reimage and then all of a sudden, PXE stops working for specific models. We have spent weeks if not months trying to resolve this. We came to the conclusion that if we just make the client unknown to SCCM we could PXE again (as unknown) and things would work perfect again. Boy was I wrong. One model we have is HP Probook 6445b, which in HP's infinite wisdom, that model all has the same SMGUID. Searching the web we came across the WDS registry entry of BannedGuids. This fixed the issue in the SMSPXE.log when the machine would PXE boot and say "device is in the database" then follow with "no advertisement found" after we deleted the client from SCCM. But now we get " device is not in the database" which we want, the client PXE boots WinPE and after entering the password on the task sequence wizard, it returns the message "there are no task sequences available for this computer." We definitely have a TS assign to unknown computers. Is there some way to remove all traces of a client's record from the system center database? Is there a better solution that we just don't know about? Ultimately we would like to PXE boot any machine on our network and have a TS set up for "PXE and media only" for every OS image and driver package we use, and be able to deploy to known and unknown computers. Luckily we only have eight different models, and six different images for our district, with exceptions of course. Thanks in advance for any help and solutions. Bob Microcomputer Technical Support. West Seneca Central Schools.
  21. Hi, I've been reading a lot on these forums the last couple of weeks, mostly regarding SCCM etc, but at the moment I've got an issue I haven't been able to wrap my head around. We're using a standard win 2k8 r2 domain environment. This environment used to contain a server with MDT 2010 and WDS 2008 (server 2008 r2), used for deploying win7 etc, the environment used to work pretty well. Then somebody thought it was a good idea to buy some tablet computers, to be specific the HP Elitepad 900. Specs for this tablet computer indicate it is able to do PXE boot (there is an ethernet port on the docking), but due to limitations this only works using UEFI (BIOS not supported). After a lot of reading I found that wds 2008 does not support x86 uefi, so the server was upgraded (no fresh install) to windows server 2012 (with wds 2012) and mdt 2012 update 1. Legacy computers are still able to PXE boot correctly (and complete installation), but UEFI machines, or machines starting in UEFI mode can't do this at the moment. What happens is: - boot the computer over network (or tablet), we mainly want the elitepad to get working (x86 uefi), but I've also tried booting another machine using x64 UEFI with the same result - the following is shown: >>Start PXE over IPv4, Press [ESC] to exit... Station IP address is x.x.x.x Server IP address is x.x.x.x NBP filename is boot\x86\wdsmgfw.efi NBP filesize is xxxxx bytes Downloading NBP File Succeed to download NBP file. [EDIT] Not sure if it's NEP or NBP file, not very clear on the screen Then the screen changes and I see: Windows Depoyment Services (server IP: x.x.x.x) Contacting Server (x.x.x.x): - (this is like turning / - \ - / - \ ...) ESC= Exit After a while (timeout)the computer shows: Windows Deployment Services encountered an error: Error Code: 0x102 ENTER=Reboot What I've tried/changed so far: Changed the NBP filename in DHCP options, it used to be boot\x86\wdsnbp.com (when not using UEFI), before changing this I simply got network error when trying to network boot. Added NIC (and other) drivers in WDS 2012, regenerated the boot image afterwards etc. Tried reinstalling WDS on a newly installed windows server 2012 (without mdt) in standalone mode. Other stuff I can't think of at the moment :-) PXE booting of our SCCM 2012 update 1 (only used for updates & endpoint protection at the moment), but with the same result Any thoughts/ideas? I have a feeling I'm overlooking something stupid, but then again it may not be stupid. Thank you [EDIT] Sorry I should have posted this in http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/forum/43-windows-deployment-services-wds/ [/EDIT]
  22. I am unable to PXE boot a bare metal PC using SCCM 2012 sp1. I have never tried to deploy an operating system before now. Here is my situation: Recently upgraded my SCCM 2012 site to sp1. Site system status is all green. Configured SCCM 2012 to deploy operating systems using PXE boot. When I try to PXE boot the bare metal PC, the following error message is returned: PXE-E55 ProxyDHCP service did not reply to request on port 4011. The firewall on the SCCM 2012 server is turned off. In the SMSPXE.log I have the following message: Getting boot action for unknown machine: item key: 2046820352 SMSPXE 4/11/2013 9:46:31 AM 3008 (0x0BC0) Client boot action reply: <ClientIDReply><Identification Unknown="0" ItemKey="2046820352" ServerName="" ServerRemoteName=""><Machine><ClientID>b3a3b006-6b2f-45bf-aa94-3b4fd1d4ddac</ClientID><NetbiosName/></Machine></Identification><PXEBootAction LastPXEAdvertisementID="" LastPXEAdvertisementTime="" OfferID="RHC2002C" OfferIDTime="4/10/2013 3:53:00 PM" PkgID="RHC0001D" PackageVersion="" PackagePath="http://myserver/SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/RHC00020" BootImageID="RHC00020" Mandatory="0"/></ClientIDReply> SMSPXE 4/11/2013 9:46:31 AM 3008 (0x0BC0) 78:45:C4:24:00:43, 4C4C4544-004A-3610-8043-B6C04F545731: found optional advertisement RHC2002C SMSPXE 4/11/2013 9:46:31 AM 3008 (0x0BC0) I have tried reinstalling WDS and disabling/re-enabling PXE booting in SCCM 2012 3 times to no avail. I am up against a brick wall on this one. Almost ready to call Microsoft but wanted to let you guys have a look at this first. Any help would be appreciated.
  23. Hi, Ive been following some guides here to help me set up our existing SCCM2012 (not installed SP1 yet) for deployment (previously it only handled SCEP). After configuring and testing deployment within the same subnet i decided to go ahead with trials in the net where most of the deployments will happen. I configured the DHCP server with option 66 and 67 without problems but when i went to try the deployment i encountered the error. The pc will PXE boot successfully but it fails after checking policy assignments. SMSTS.log: CLibSMSMessageWinHttpTransport::Send: URL: AXXE13VM.AXXE.com:80 CCM_POST /ccm_system/request TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Request was succesful. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Decompressing reply body. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) ::DecompressBuffer(65536) TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Decompression (zlib) succeeded: original size 280, uncompressed size 672. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Request client ID: GUID:DAA20757-CED8-470F-BF25-BAB672C4B9A4 TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Response client ID: GUID:DAA20757-CED8-470F-BF25-BAB672C4B9A4 TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Retrieving Policy Assignments: TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Successfully read 0 policy assignments. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Retrieving collection variable policy. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Found 0 collection variables. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Retrieving machine variable policy. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Found 0 machine variables. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Setting machine/collection variables in the task sequencing environment. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) Exiting TSMediaWizardControl::GetPolicy. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1256 (0x04E8) WelcomePage::OnWizardNext() TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1208 (0x04B8) Loading Media Variables from "X:\sms\data\variables.dat" TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1208 (0x04B8) CryptDecrypt (hKey, 0, 1, 0, pData, &dwDecryptedLen), HRESULT=80090005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\smscrypt\windes.cpp,150) TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1208 (0x04B8) SMS::Crypto::DES::DecryptBuffer( (BYTE*)pszPassword, (DWORD)(wcslen(pszPassword)*sizeof(WCHAR)), encryptedBuffer.getBuffer(), (DWORD)encryptedBuffer.size(), pbDecryptedBuffer, dwDecryptedBufferSize ), HRESULT=80090005 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\tsremovablemedia.cpp,387) TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1208 (0x04B8) No assigned task sequence. TSPxe 05.03.2013 11:10:56 1208 (0x04B8) From what i gather here everything works as it should, but something is preventing SCCM from seeing this machine as valid for deployment hence no policy available? I have removed and re-added the machine to the collection for which i want to run deployment thinking this might fix it. I have double checked to see wether i got more than one computer with the same GUID. I dont think there is anything wrong with my collections considering deployment works on subnet A (same as sccm server) but fails on subnet B ? Any advice out there will be greatly appreciated. I can supply more information if needed, just let me know what you need! Thanks in advance!
  24. Does SCCM 2012 SP1 support client boot from PXE over IPV6, If yes how to setup IPV6 PXE. SCCM 2012 SP1 support IPV4 PXE, witch I deploy an OS successfully. I don't know whether a client can boot via IPV6 PXE?
  25. I am currently using SCCM 2012 SP1 RTM on server 2012. My trouble is PXE boot is not working. It go through the pxe process and see the pxe server and connects it tries to boot from both. I have included images of what i am getting. I know i might have left some things out any help would greatly appropriated PXE BOOT.rtf PXE ERROR.rtf
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