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Problems with Task Sequences - Configuration Manager 2309 - Windows 10

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Thanks again for your help.  What i did was I downloaded the WINPE from this link https://www.dell.com/support/kbdoc/en-us/000108642/winpe-10-driver-pack  Created a driver package called it WinPE x64 A32 and then loaded it into the new boot image which appeared to inject the drivers successfully.  I assume that is all the the network and storage drivers for most if not all dell models.  

One question is when i create a new boot image it ask me what directory so i added it to the currrent .wim file that was associated with the other boot image.  I am not sure if i am suppose to do this or should I create a new .wim file for the boot image.  Essentally i just pointed it at the same .wim file as the previous boot image was pointing to.  I assume it loads all the the drivers into that wim file for pxe boot?  

I have one dell model still after do all of this when i pxe boot it just brings up the configuration manager screen with no wizard to continue to name the machine and pick the task sequence and it eventually reboots.  I would think it points to the network or storage driver.  Any thoughts...  If i connect a docking station or a usb ethernet it works fine.  It has the Intel 219-LM Nic.  I loaded the latest version of the driver in the boot image and still no luck.







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