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Good morning, and happy Friday!

 

Today is my birthday, my car overheated, and my SCCM is not working so any help would be appreciated ;)

 

I followed the amazingly awesome SCCM installation, and configuration guide on here. I have avertised a task sequence to all systems which has a client I imported. My virtual client recognizes the DHCP server, receives a IP, and says its connecting to the server 192.168.0.20 but then it takes a while and fails out, my task sequence will not run it will not even get into windows pe.

 

This is the smspxe log any ideas?

<![LOG[sMSPXE Provider starting

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.894+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="main.cpp:226">

<![LOG[================= PXE Provider loaded. =====================]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.913+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="smspxe.cpp:142">

<![LOG[init Policy Provider settings]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.913+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:232">

<![LOG[Machine is running Windows Longhorn. (NTVersion=0X601, ServicePack=0)]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:1740">

<![LOG[Reloading PXE Provider Settings. cached=0]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:297">

<![LOG[Loaded PXE settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Identification:

SMS Site Settings:

Server: WIN-BBVL4E98LAT

SiteCode: DST

Parent SiteCode: <empty>

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:389">

<![LOG[Cannot read the registry value of MACIgnoreListFile (80070002)]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:456">

<![LOG[Loaded PXE settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\PXE:

PXE Settings:

IsActive: Yes

SupportUnknownMachines: No

MACIgnoreListFile: <empty>

ResponseDelay: 2

CacheExpire: 3600

HTTP Port: 80

HTTPS Port: 443

IISSSLState: 0x0

BindPolicy: Exclude <empty>

TRK: <non empty>

SiteSignCert: <empty>

Root CA Certs: <empty>

PXE GUID: 0766cc47-ee5a-46d9-b5b2-473978c9696b

PXEPassword: <non empty>

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:571">

<![LOG[Loaded TFTP settings from reg key HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\WDSSERVER\Providers\WDSTFTP:

TFTP Settings:

Directory: C:\RemoteInstall

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:754">

<![LOG[MAC Ignore List Filename in registry is empty]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:766">

<![LOG[Loaded Database settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\PXE:

Database Settings:

Server: WIN-BBVL4E98LAT

Database: SMS_DST

User: <empty>

Password: <empty>

Use Integrated Security: No

Impersonation Required: No

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:964">

<![LOG[PXE Provider Settings Changed]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.927+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:317">

<![LOG[Querying Database for Cert with GUID: 0766cc47-ee5a-46d9-b5b2-473978c9696b]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.928+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:628">

<![LOG[inside GetPxeCert]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.928+240" date="10-29-2010" component="SmsPXE" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:776">

<![LOG[Executing PxeGetCert(0766cc47-ee5a-46d9-b5b2-473978c9696b)]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.969+240" date="10-29-2010" component="SmsPXE" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:806">

<![LOG[CDatabaseProxy :: GetPxeCert succeeded: 0766cc47-ee5a-46d9-b5b2-473978c9696b \\WIN-BBVL4E98LAT <non empty>]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.970+240" date="10-29-2010" component="SmsPXE" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:878">

<![LOG[Loaded PXE settings from DB: PXE Cert: <non empty>

]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.970+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:632">

<![LOG[site Code: , Parent Site Code: ]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.970+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:637">

<![LOG[Executing PXE_GetSiteTypeAndDefaultMP(DST)]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.970+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:934">

<![LOG[GetSiteTypeAndDefaultMP: SiteType=2 DefaultMP=WIN-BBVL4E98LAT.DSTT.LOCAL ]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.971+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:981">

<![LOG[site Type: 2]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.971+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:643">

<![LOG[GetUnknownMachineResource (DST,x86):]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.971+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:1126">

<![LOG[unknown machine resource not found]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.972+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:1152">

<![LOG[GetUnknownMachineResource (DST,x64):]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.972+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:1126">

<![LOG[unknown machine resource not found]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.972+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:1152">

<![LOG[Loaded PXE settings from DB: Unknown machine GUIDs: (x86) , (x64) ]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.972+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="provsettings.cpp:648">

<![LOG[initializing PXEPerfObject.]LOG]!><time="09:25:07.994+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="smspxe.cpp:404">

<![LOG[Executing LookupDevice(, 00:00:00:00:00:00)]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.017+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:394">

<![LOG[CDatabaseProxy :: LookupDevice succeeded: 0 0 0 0]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.018+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="database.cpp:444">

<![LOG[Failed to read PXE settings.

The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.018+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="3" thread="1648" file="bootimagecache.cpp:119">

<![LOG[Failed to read PXE settings.

The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.018+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="3" thread="1648" file="bootimagecache.cpp:119">

<![LOG[Found new image SMSPKG\DST00001]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.050+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="bootimagemgr.cpp:915">

<![LOG[Opening image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00001\boot.DST00001.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.052+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:276">

<![LOG[Failed to read PXE settings.

The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.059+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="3" thread="1648" file="bootimagecache.cpp:119">

<![LOG[Found Image file: C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00001\boot.DST00001.wim

PackageID: SMSPKG\DST00001

ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System

Architecture: 0

Description: Microsoft Windows PE (x86)

Version:

Creator:

SystemDir: WINDOWS

]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.059+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="bootimagemgr.cpp:715">

<![LOG[Closing image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00001\boot.DST00001.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.059+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:312">

<![LOG[Mutex was not owned. Now have ownership.]LOG]!><time="09:25:08.060+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="TSBoot.h:696">

<![LOG[Opening image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00001\boot.DST00001.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.422+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:276">

<![LOG[Applying image 1 to volume C:\Windows\TEMP\PXEBootFiles]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.425+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:466">

<![LOG[Closing image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00001\boot.DST00001.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.640+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:312">

<![LOG[Found new image SMSPKG\DST00002]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.643+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="bootimagemgr.cpp:915">

<![LOG[Opening image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00002\boot.DST00002.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.644+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:276">

<![LOG[Failed to read PXE settings.

The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.647+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="3" thread="1648" file="bootimagecache.cpp:119">

<![LOG[Found Image file: C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00002\boot.DST00002.wim

PackageID: SMSPKG\DST00002

ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System

Architecture: 9

Description: Microsoft Windows PE (x64)

Version:

Creator:

SystemDir: WINDOWS

]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.647+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="bootimagemgr.cpp:715">

<![LOG[Closing image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00002\boot.DST00002.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.647+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:312">

<![LOG[Mutex was not owned. Now have ownership.]LOG]!><time="09:25:10.649+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="1648" file="TSBoot.h:696">

<![LOG[Opening image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00002\boot.DST00002.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:11.807+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:276">

<![LOG[Applying image 1 to volume C:\Windows\TEMP\PXEBootFiles]LOG]!><time="09:25:11.810+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:466">

<![LOG[Closing image file C:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\DST00002\boot.DST00002.wim]LOG]!><time="09:25:11.992+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="wimfile.cpp:312">

<![LOG[PXE Provider finished loading.]LOG]!><time="09:25:12.020+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="1" thread="1648" file="smspxe.cpp:188">

<![LOG[[192.168.000.020:4011] Recv From:[192.168.000.020:9000] Len:274 101c8b0]LOG]!><time="09:27:19.638+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="248" file="smspxe.cpp:663">

<![LOG[Executing LookupDevice(46746E94-D140-497A-8C46-5463A8F006FD, FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF)]LOG]!><time="09:27:19.651+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="4792" file="database.cpp:394">

<![LOG[CDatabaseProxy :: LookupDevice succeeded: 0 0 0 0]LOG]!><time="09:27:19.652+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="4792" file="database.cpp:444">

<![LOG[MAC=FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF SMBIOS GUID=46746E94-D140-497A-8C46-5463A8F006FD > Device not found in the database.]LOG]!><time="09:27:19.652+240" date="10-29-2010" component="smspxe" context="" type="0" thread="4792" file="pxehandler.cpp:349">

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first things first

 

1. I have avertised a task sequence to all systems

 

don't advertise task sequences to All Systems, that is a big no-no, you might accidently install an os *windows 7 or whatever* on ALL SYSTEMS in your organisation (or lab), i've seen it happen to people so don't do it, advertise to your unknown computers collection and/or your Deploy Windows 7 collection.

 

2. is it vmware or hyperv or something else ? if vmware did you add any drivers to your boot.wim ?

 

3. so a screenshot why not

 

4. why does it say you are still validating ?

 

cheers

niall

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first things first

 

1. I have avertised a task sequence to all systems

 

don't advertise task sequences to All Systems, that is a big no-no, you might accidently install an os *windows 7 or whatever* on ALL SYSTEMS in your organisation (or lab), i've seen it happen to people so don't do it, advertise to your unknown computers collection and/or your Deploy Windows 7 collection.

 

2. is it vmware or hyperv or something else ? if vmware did you add any drivers to your boot.wim ?

 

3. so a screenshot why not

 

4. why does it say you are still validating ?

 

cheers

niall

 

2. I am using vmware player and have only checked "host only" in the network settings but I have not added any network drivers. The only NIC drivers I added were of the host machine hoping the VMware would pick that up, I am fairly new to vm.

 

3. Screenshots attached

 

4. I am not sure why it says it needs to be authorized I went into Windows deployment service and made sure that was not enabled.

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Anyone have any recommendations? I need to present this test project Thursday to management and this is the only part that is holding me up sad.gif

 

Thanks

 

 

take a look at this ? http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/2773-pxe-boot-errorpress-f12-for-network-service-boot/

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Thanks I will check that out when I return to work. I have the exact same situation as that post I made sure F12 was not an option but it still shows up for some odd reason on the client. Also should I change those boot files x86 and x64 in WDS, right now I am using the default ones?

 

-Logan

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Thanks I will check that out when I return to work. I have the exact same situation as that post I made sure F12 was not an option but it still shows up for some odd reason on the client. Also should I change those boot files x86 and x64 in WDS, right now I am using the default ones?

 

-Logan

 

If your WDS is not running on server 2008 (x64) then you can go with option changing pxeboot.exe to pxeboot.n12 and restart the WDS server to make it effective.based on your hardware architecture,you can change it accordingly either for X86 or X64 boot.

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If your WDS is not running on server 2008 (x64) then you can go with option changing pxeboot.exe to pxeboot.n12 and restart the WDS server to make it effective.based on your hardware architecture,you can change it accordingly either for X86 or X64 boot.

 

I am running on Windows Server 2008 R2, does this mean I cannot change to pxeboot.n12?

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I am running on Windows Server 2008 R2, does this mean I cannot change to pxeboot.n12?

 

Nope,the default boot program (optional) is only avilable in Server 2008 (not R2) and server 2003(if you want to reaplce boot files).But this is replaced with options that i posted another blog since server 2008 R2 gives you a GUI to select or not pxeboot.com.

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