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Bluescreen Device needs to be repaired PXE Boot

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Hi Guys,

since days I try to get working my SCCM 1902 it's a fresh lab I made.

Installed SCCM with all Features on one Server. Everything in one subnet no Options in DHCP no IP Helper.

And always a Bluescreen

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I already disabled the PXE thing in the DP so WDS was uninstalled, rebooted the server and reenabled PXE again. Like I read everywhere in the Internet. But still geting that anoying BS.

Meanwhile I'm really pissed an think that it was a bad choice telling my boss that SCCM could solve our Problems 🙂 Now I got more Problems than ever.

Hopefully somone in here can help me. If you need more details just ask. I dont know which logs are interesting or wich are not, cos I'm an absolute newbie to SCCM.

 

Thanks in advance

Susie

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I do have a dhcp server running but didn't config 66 and 67 already tried it with the config and didn't work either.

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is this in a lab ? can you please video the entire pxe boot process up till the error message (which is not an BSOD, however it is a blue error message...)

did you distribute both the x86 and x64 boot images to your distribution point ?

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Normal SCCM pxe is not supposed to be like this when there is no cross-network segment startup?
Feeling that sccm and wds are not integrated successfully?

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On 7/27/2019 at 10:46 AM, anyweb said:

is this in a lab ? can you please video the entire pxe boot process up till the error message (which is not an BSOD, however it is a blue error message...)

did you distribute both the x86 and x64 boot images to your distribution point ?

Yeah it is in a lab... and I distributed both boot images. meanwhile I get a black error.

here is the vid:

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On 7/28/2019 at 7:03 AM, radish said:

Feeling that sccm and wds are not integrated successfully?

I feel so too, but I don't know how to get it working... already took out the pxe boot from the dp and deinstalled wds, rebooted and enabled pxe again...

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有teamviewer吗。可否远程协助看下?

Have you used the teamviewer software? Can remote assistance be seen?

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6 minutes ago, radish said:

有teamviewer吗。可否远程协助看下?

Have you used the teamviewer software? Can remote assistance be seen?

I first have to ask my boss if teamviewer is allowed, I'm new to this firm so not sure.

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did you let configmgr install WDS or did you install  it ? can we see the PXE tab of your distribution point please

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I tried both manual installation of wds and automatic with configmgr. But it's always the same.

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can you remove the dhcp scope options related to WDS (options 66/67) and restart dhcp, and wds and see do you get a different reply

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17 minutes ago, anyweb said:

can you remove the dhcp scope options related to WDS (options 66/67) and restart dhcp, and wds and see do you get a different reply

Still the same mistake 😞

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do you have any other DHCP scope options configured, why were they configured at all ?

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have you deployed any task sequence as Available (available purpose) to the All Unknown Computers collection ?

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ok can you attach the smspxe.log here ? it's on the dp. Also, is the dp ip address actually the one that is listed when  you pxe boot the client computer, or is WDS pointing to another ip ?

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