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0xc0000098 error during Boot PXE

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Hello,

 

this problem makes me crazy..

 

SCCM 2012 RC1

All components on the same server

PXE point enabled in DP properties

option "deploy from pxe point" checked for both x64 and x86 boot images, update DP done

WDS installed, just configured, option for port 67 @ port 60 checked

DHCP installed, server options set for : 006/015/060/067 (value: boot\x64\wdsnbp.com)

client computer targeted by the task sequence deployment

 

I boot on PXE, it gives me IP Address

Architecture: x64

contacting server : 192.18.10.1

TFTP Download : boot\x64\pxeboot.n12

 

and Boom :

 

File: \Boot\BCD

Status : 0xc0000098

Info : The Windows Boot configuration data file does not contain a valid OS Entry.

 

In C:\Windows\Temp\BootImages, the foldwer is empty, is it normal (but there was a content during the update DP for boot images)

In C:\RemoteInstall\Images, the folder is empty, is it normal ? (subfolder Boot is OK)

It works correctly when I use Bootable media...

 

PLEASE Do you got an idea ??? Thanks in advance.

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Also having the same problem after updating from sccm 2012 to sccm 2012 SP1, it was working fine prior to the update. Has anybody been able to resolve the 0xc0000098 error during Boot PXE?

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I also got same problem after install SCCM2012 SP1 on the Windows Server 2012. How to do "add the image boot to Pxe startup in server properties and boot image properties" as mentioned above? Thanks

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