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WDS and Server 2012 R2

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So I just set up a completely new sccm environment, and everything was working great. I got to the point where I'm starting to move us over so we image from R2, not SP1. I built brand new DPs and everything. When I go to enable PXE boot on a DP i want to handle pxe requests from, it works, but when i go to check WDS on my Server 2012 R2 server. WDS is started, but there are a few errors in the event viewer. I also dont have SMSBOOT in my remoteinstall directory. I do have the boot folder and everything inside it. Has anyone else run into this?

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The errors i get are:

 

An error occurred while trying to load the module from E:\SMS_DP$\sms\bin\smspxe.dll for provider SMSPXE. If the provider is marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will be shut down.

 

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider SMSPXE. Because the provider is not marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will continue to run.

 

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider WDSMDMGR from C:\Windows\system32\wdsmdmgr.dll. Windows Deployment Services server will be shutdown.

 

Despite all these WDS starts, I just dont have most of the folders i need for the pxe point to work correctly.

 

I see this looking through my logs too

 

[CE0][Tue 10/28/2014 15:48:19]:Library path mismatch: \\?\E:\SCCMContentLib, E:\SCCMContentLib

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So I remounted the boot.wim's and indexed them, now im down to only two errors:

 

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider SMSPXE. Because the provider is not marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will continue to run.

 

An error occurred while trying to load the module from E:\SMS_DP$\sms\bin\smspxe.dll for provider SMSPXE. If the provider is marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will be shut down.

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